Quadricycle is making progress

Members of New England Tech’s Quadricycle Club are making progress in as they work to build a replica of Henry Ford’s quadricycle.

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Henry Ford’s Quadricycle

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Spotlight On New England Tech Quadricycle Club

New England Tech recognized in the Henry Ford BlogNew England Institute of Technology has formed its own Quadricycle Club.

The purpose of this club is to have Mechanical Engineering Technology (MCT) students, as well as interested students from any of the college’s more than 40 academic programs, work collaboratively towards a goal of reverse engineering, manufacturing, and building Henry Ford’s first automobile, the Quadricycle.

Henry Ford QuadricycleClub Advisor, Christopher Vasconselas, a faculty member in the MCT program is thrilled to see the excitement in his students as they bring their very own Quadricycle to life. The club meets anywhere from 2-5 hours per week, and the members hope to have the Quadricycle ready to take its maiden voyage in two years—a labor of love for certain.

New England Tech Mechanical Engineering forms Quadricycle Club

[Image credit: the Henry Ford Blog]

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