FAR (Tracteurs FAR)
FAR was a French truck manufacturer, affiliated to Chenard-Walcker. It was founded in 1919 and ceased manufacture in 1970. Among the company's products was the 'Pony Mécanique', the mechanical horse[disambiguation needed], developed by the Napier motor company and improved in design by Oliver Danson North a three-wheeled articulated tractor unit fitted with automatic coupling gear to enable rapid change of trailers. These vehicles were built under licence from UK company Scammell, from 1937 to 1970.
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