|Manufacturer||Colonial Automobile Company|
The Kent's Pacemaker was an American automobile manufactured only in 1900. Offered by the Colonial company of Boston, it was a steam car which had one wheel in front for steering, and three rear wheels. The center of these drove; the others, an outer pair, could be raised to allow the machine to "coast like a bicycle". The vehicle was named after A.W. Kent, who was its designer.
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- Kimes, Beverly Rae; Clark, Henry Austin (September 2, 1996). Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805-1942 (3rd, illustrated ed.). Iola, Wisconsin, USA: Krause Publications. ISBN 9780873414289. OCLC 34905743.
- Wise, David Burgess; Cole, Lance (May 1, 2000). The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles (illustrated, revised ed.). Edison, New Jersey, USA: Chartwell Books. ISBN 9780785811060. OCLC 44401900. Retrieved July 29, 2013.
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