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Scootacar MKIII De-luxe Twin- 1964



It may seem hard to believe, but the manufacturer of the Scootacar also produced railroad locomotives. The Scootacar was developed in 1957 by the Hunslet Engine Works of Leeds, Yorkshire, UK, by Henry Brown. The basic design was arrived at by having Mr. Brown sit astride the engine while an assistant drew a chalk outline on the floor. The Scootacar was designed to be a weatherproof alternative to the motorcycle. By 1961, a deluxe twin version was announced. It is referred to as the Mark III, and only twenty were made. Thirteen are known to exist. The fuel consumption on this efficient microcar is 96 mpg. Available in blue or silver grey with a red interior.





Specifications
Manufacturer:Scootacars Ltd
Country of Origin:Great Britain
Engine:324cc, two cylinder
Top Speed:68 miles per hour
Years of Production:1961-1965
Number Produced:20
Original Cost:330 British Pounds
Scootacar MKIII De-luxe Twin- 1964



It may seem hard to believe, but the manufacturer of the Scootacar also produced railroad locomotives. The Scootacar was developed in 1957 by the Hunslet Engine Works of Leeds, Yorkshire, UK, by Henry Brown. The basic design was arrived at by having Mr. Brown sit astride the engine while an assistant drew a chalk outline on the floor. The Scootacar was designed to be a weatherproof alternative to the motorcycle. By 1961, a deluxe twin version was announced. It is referred to as the Mark III, and only twenty were made. Thirteen are known to exist. The fuel consumption on this efficient microcar is 96 mpg. Available in blue or silver grey with a red interior.





Specifications
Manufacturer:Scootacars Ltd
Country of Origin:Great Britain
Engine:324cc, two cylinder
Top Speed:68 miles per hour
Years of Production:1961-1965
Number Produced:20
Original Cost:330 British Pounds
Scootacar MKIII De-luxe Twin- 1964



It may seem hard to believe, but the manufacturer of the Scootacar also produced railroad locomotives. The Scootacar was developed in 1957 by the Hunslet Engine Works of Leeds, Yorkshire, UK, by Henry Brown. The basic design was arrived at by having Mr. Brown sit astride the engine while an assistant drew a chalk outline on the floor. The Scootacar was designed to be a weatherproof alternative to the motorcycle. By 1961, a deluxe twin version was announced. It is referred to as the Mark III, and only twenty were made. Thirteen are known to exist. The fuel consumption on this efficient microcar is 96 mpg. Available in blue or silver grey with a red interior.





Specifications
Manufacturer:Scootacars Ltd
Country of Origin:Great Britain
Engine:324cc, two cylinder
Top Speed:68 miles per hour
Years of Production:1961-1965
Number Produced:20
Original Cost:330 British Pounds

Lane Motor Museum’s Microcar MeetMay 23-25, 2014
Join us in Nashville, TN for a Microcar Meet that will take place May 23-25, 2014 (Memorial Day Weekend). 
The event will start on Friday afternoon with a tour to Percy Priest Lake with rides in the museum’s Amphicar (weather permitting).  Saturday’s events include a car show at the museum, followed by a tour of downtown Nashville, only 3.5 miles from the museum.  On Sunday we will take another tour of the area, retuning to the museum for a Microcar gymkhana in the afternoon and dinner that evening.  The event will end Monday morning at 9:00 am when we send off the Route 66 Vespa group from the museum.
Come spend a weekend at the museum and get the chance to see our 400 car collection (of which about 100 are micro cars).  We also have approximately 60 motorcycles in the collection.
NOTE:  You are welcome to participate even if you do not have or do not plan to bring your micro car.  All we ask on the tours is that the micro cars go first and then the modern cars follow.  On the tours we will have a rescue van and trailer following the tour.
Registration Fee: $35 per car; $25 per person for Sunday dinner (optional)

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Vicki Garrison at 615-742-7445 or via email atmarketing@lanemotormuseum.org 
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, May 23
10:00 am - 5:00 pm  

Registration at the museum

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm-  Tour to Percy Priest Lake with our Microcars. While at the lake you will have a chance to get a ride in the Amphicar (weather permitting).  Length of tour is 26 miles round trip.
Saturday, May 24
10:00 am - 5:00 pm       

Registration at the museum

10:00 am - 2:00 pm-  Static car show/basement tours
2:00 pm-  Awards for car show
3:00 pm - ? - Tour of downtown Nashville. Get a chance to drive your Microcar past many of downtown Nashville’s famous tourist spots like the Ryman Auditorium. Stay downtown if you want, and have dinner on your own. Downtown is only 3.5 miles from Lane Motor Museum.
Sunday, May 25
10:00 am - 1:00 pm-  We will leave the museum and drive through Percy Warner Park, and back to the museum. This is about 32 miles total distance.  Lunch is on your own.
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm-  Microcar gymkhana at the museum.
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm-   Dinner at the museum. There is a $25 charge per person for this dinner.
Monday, May 26
9:00 am- Send-off from the museum for the Route 66 Vespa Tour
(For more information about the Route 66 Vespa Tour contact Larry Newberry at 865-300-3599 or visit their Facebook page at:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Micros-On-Route-66/116754291702294)

Registration Fee: $35 per car; $25 per person for Sunday dinner (optional)