Georges Mochet, who inherited the company from his father Charles Mochet, commenced to create cycle-cars and trucks in Puteaux, Farnce in roughly 1946 and by 1952 experienced progressed to a lot more modern day seeking two seater micro-autos and powered two-wheelers. In 1958, with approximately 3,000 automobiles manufactured, output finished.
Mochet generated children’s’ pedal cars and trucks soon after the Very first World War and among 1924 and 1934, the “Vélocar” lightweight, pedal-run, cycle-automobile. In 1934, the firm’s revolutionary “Vélo-Vélocar” recumbent bicycles, ridden to document-breaking speeds by Francis Faure, ended up banned from biking competitions by the Union Cycliste Internationale.
In October 1953, at the Paris Motor Demonstrate, Mochet exhibited a fashionable on the lookout little cabriolet bodied car or truck nearer in dimension to a (tiny) regular car or truck termed the Mochet 750, but it never progressed outside of the prototype stage.