Cyclecar QUAD by Stuart Malcolm Sandford from 1934

The Sandford cyclecar is a cyclecar sports car from the former Parisian French car manufacturer Sandford, built between 1922 and 1939.

Malcolm Stuart Sandford (1889-1956, former British motorcycle racer of the 1910s, passionate about mechanics) founded his automobile industry Sandford in 1922 in Paris (which he moved in 1925 to Levallois-Perret) to design his own Sandford cyclecar.

The body is polished and glossy aluminum, with a chrome grille, leather seat, and wooden dashboard. It is powered by a two-cylinder flat-twin engine, or a 750, 900, and 1100 cc in-line 4-cylinder engine from the French car manufacturer Ruby (car), with 3-speed gearbox + reverse gear.

Read more: World best cars by Jordi Vilaró ...