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America's first gasoline-powered automobile was a three-wheel motor buggy - the 1891 Lambert car invented by John Lambert. Later, after seeing the 1895 Times-Herald race, John Lambert went on to produce four-wheel vehicles at his Buckeye Manufacturing plant.

John Lambert
John Lambert was a very successful and prosperous businessman in Ohio City, who successfully tested and drove a three-wheeled, surrey-topped, gasoline-powered runabout of his own design.

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