apolonisaphrodisia:    Fardier de Cugnot, modèle de 1771    Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot est un ingénieur militaire français, né à Void (Meuse), le 26 février 17251,N 1 , mort à Paris le 2 octobre 18042, connu pour avoir conçu et réalisé, entre 1769 et 1771, le premier véhicule automobile jamais construit. Il s’agit d’un fardier d’artillerie, mû par une machine à vapeur à deux cylindres, conservé en parfait état au musée des arts et métiers à Paris. (Wikipedia)

apolonisaphrodisia: Fardier de Cugnot, modèle de 1771 Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot est un ingénieur militaire français, né à Void (Meuse), le 26 février 17251,N 1 , mort à Paris le 2 octobre 18042, connu pour avoir conçu et réalisé, entre 1769 et 1771, le premier véhicule automobile jamais construit. Il s’agit d’un fardier d’artillerie, mû par une machine à vapeur à deux cylindres, conservé en parfait état au musée des arts et métiers à Paris. (Wikipedia)

Nicolas Joseph Cugnot — Wikipédia

Nicolas Joseph Cugnot — Wikipédia

nicolas joseph cugnot retromobile 2011 (Salon Retromobile 2011)

nicolas joseph cugnot retromobile 2011 (Salon Retromobile 2011)

1771 Historical illustration depicting the crash of Nicolas Joseph Cugnot's steam-powered car into a stone wall.

1771 Historical illustration depicting the crash of Nicolas Joseph Cugnot's steam-powered car into a stone wall.

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A replica of Nicolas Joseph Cugnots steam-powered car, circa 1770 - Capharnaum Steampunk

A replica of Nicolas Joseph Cugnots steam-powered car, circa 1770 - Capharnaum Steampunk

The "Fardier", the first self propelled vehicule, invented by French Army Captain Cugnot in the 18th century. He was one of the first to successfully employ a device for converting the reciprocating motion of a steam piston into a rotary motion by means of a ratchet arrangement. A small version of his three-wheeled fardier à vapeur ("steam dray") was made and used in 1769 (a fardier was a massively built two-wheeled horse-drawn cart for transporting very heavy equipment, such as cannon…

The "Fardier", the first self propelled vehicule, invented by French Army Captain Cugnot in the 18th century. He was one of the first to successfully employ a device for converting the reciprocating motion of a steam piston into a rotary motion by means of a ratchet arrangement. A small version of his three-wheeled fardier à vapeur ("steam dray") was made and used in 1769 (a fardier was a massively built two-wheeled horse-drawn cart for transporting very heavy equipment, such as cannon…

steam powered cars - Google Search  -  Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot's "Fardier a vapeur (Steam wagon] of 1769

steam powered cars - Google Search - Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot's "Fardier a vapeur (Steam wagon] of 1769

Cugnot's 1770 fardier à vapeur, as preserved at the Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris.

Cugnot's 1770 fardier à vapeur, as preserved at the Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris.

Steam-powered self-propelled vehicles large enough to transport people and cargo were first devised in the late 18th century. Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot demonstrated his fardier à vapeur ("steam dray"), an experimental steam-driven artillery tractor, in 1770 and 1771.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_automobile

Steam-powered self-propelled vehicles large enough to transport people and cargo were first devised in the late 18th century. Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot demonstrated his fardier à vapeur ("steam dray"), an experimental steam-driven artillery tractor, in 1770 and 1771. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_automobile

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