On June 4, 1986, Henry Ford finished his first self-propelled vehicle,
Quadricycle. He named it the Quadricycle because it had four wire
that looked like bicycle wheels. This was a two cylinder vehicle with
four cycle gasoline engine. The gas tank held three gallons of
and power was transmitted from motor to countershaft to the rear wheel
a chain. This vehicle was 500 pounds and only had two speeds, 10 and
mph. In order to stop, the clutch had to be released and the brake had
be applied, there was also no reverse.