This diminutive vehicle is one of the oldest roadworthy vehicles in the world. A Peugeot Type 3, it is the 23rd Peugeot ever made. It is totally original and was bought by its current owners directly from the French family that bought it new in 1892. It has a V-twin, two-cylinder engine, hot tube ignition, and runs on very volatile fuel provided through a bucket-like carburetor called a vaporizer. The engine runs best on Hexane, a type of dry cleaning fluid - although most pure alcohols will do! The drive is through a four-speed straight-cut open gearbox with bronze gears. With this Peugeot, the owners have completed the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run twice and also the Tour du Lac Leman in Switzerland.