Electric Wheel Co.

EWC 1915 (1915)

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Lightweight, simple designs followed one right after another in the EWC line. This 1915 model used a two-cylinder opposed engine — it was lightweight, inherently balanced, and easy to service. Open bull gears held down production costs, as did the removal of fenders and canopy. This model was a forerunner of the design that EWC would follow for several years.

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