Today the vinyl car wrap is a common form of advertising on the roadways of the land. Back in the teens, twenties and thirties things were a bit different, and small dedicated attention getting automobiles and cyclecars were used to get the message across. Nehi soft drinks were first introduced to the marketplace in 1924 and live on today as a brand bottled by Dr. Pepper.
This cyclecar appears to have been made up of from parts from a number of different sources and a few Model “T” Ford parts can be seen in the mix. The maker of the tiny little multi-cylinder magneto-fired engine is unknown along with who built this contraption and where was it used? The little car behind it was also built by an unknown automaker, but it has very GM-like styling.
Please comment if you can tell us more about either of these vehicles that originate from a post on Hemmings Motor News by Michael Lamm titled Oddballs and Weirdos that are from the Charlie Beesley photo collection.