|This Indian Patrol Car has an unusual throne like passenger seat.|
This three-wheeled motorcycle is a survivor from 1959, when Royal Enfield and other British motorcycles were marketed in North America under the Indian brand.
|A meter maid could easily chalk tires from here.|
|Catalog picture showed the conventional cargo box.|
The seat would be ideal for a riding meter maid who could chalk the tires of cars along the street and return later to write tickets for overtime parking. It would be ideal, too, for collecting coins from parking meters along the street.
|Power came from a 350cc Royal Enfield single-cylinder motor.|
The seller says this three-wheeler has the three-speeds-and-reverse version of the Albion gearbox, with hand shift, that is typically fitted to these machines.
|Hand shift gave three speeds and reverse.|