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The first car -horseless carriage Introduction Before early 1890s, the most sophisticated mode of transport on land was the horse drawn carriage. It depicted status and nobility in society. This was until after 1893 that the first horseless carriage was made. The first car horseless carriage was made using the basis of horse carriages. It is said that Europeans made the first horseless carriage while the Americans embraced the technology with ease. The first car horseless carriage was made by Charles and Frank Duryea in 1893 in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Centuries before, several Europeans had come up with the concept of cars but few had succeeded because of the liquid being used for combustion was not effective. This was until gasoline became an essential liquid for combustion that the motor world was revolutionized. The first car horseless carriage engine To today’s automobile, the first car horseless carriage might seem like a bicycle, but the stride it made in automobile industry was enormous back then. It was gasoline powered
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