Andorra cars by Jordi Vilaró

Soviet disabled vehicles: SMZ 3D. Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Disabled vehicles: SMZ 3D. The SMZ cycle car was a Soviet microcar, manufactured in Serpukhov, Russia. They were specially designed for disabled drivers and were distributed in the USSR for free or at a large discounts through the Soviet Union’s social welfare system. The engine – a two-stroke motorcycle motor from IZH Planeta-3.

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Armies and equipment of the countries of the world by Andrew Panteleyev

Disabled wheelchairs: Voltman Westphalia (Germany). Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Disabled wheelchairs: Voltman Westphalia (Germany). Production at the Voltmann plant began in 1871 and continued until 1979. Until 1920, the company produced mainly hand-driven stroller and the principle of work borrowed from a bicycle, and subsequently the company began to develop electric motors or internal combustion engines (ICE). All the strollers, produced even in the …

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