The first domestic car exhibited great interest (Photo Gallery)

The contractor presented the first domestic automaker sees great interest: The board in Eskisehir, Turkey Locomotive and Engine Industry AŞ (TÜLOMSAŞ) exhibited Turkey's first domestic auto Revolution, are visited by nearly 30 thousand people per year.
One of the 4 "Revolution" cars produced at the Eskişehir Railway Factories with the instruction of President Cemal Gürsel was taken to Ankara by train in 1961. As a result of the railway laws of the period, little fuel was put in the tank, and the revolution stopped running when Gürsel was using it for testing. After that, the Revolution, which was brought from Ankara to Eskişehir by train, was used in the factory for a while.
SAFETY NOT REQUIRED BY SAFETY
Revolution numbered 0002 chassis and 0002 engine exhibited in TÜLOMSAŞ was produced completely in 4,5 months, excluding its tires and front and rear windows.
Devrim, whose exhaust pipe is on the side, its high and dipped headlights are operated by feet, and the ignition key can also be operated manually, also attracts attention with these features. With a total of 250 kilograms and a maximum of 140 kilometers per hour, Devrim does not put gasoline on safety grounds.
The revolution was finally presented at the Industry and Trade Fair held in Bursa in 2005. After today, Revolution is no longer allowed to be exhibited outside the city due to its historical value.
30 THOUSAND VISITORS
The movie "Revolution Cars" made in 2008, written and directed by Tolga Örnek, High Speed ​​Train services between Eskişehir and Ankara and
Touristic sightseeing tours to the city increased the interest for the Revolution. Visitors take a souvenir photo with the Revolution preserved in a special glass compartment prepared for him at TÜLOMSAŞ.
TÜLOMSAŞ officials give visitors information about the car.
The Revolution was visited by 2010 thousand 30 in 744, 2011 thousand 30 in 294, 2012 thousand 34 in 57, and 2013 thousand 11 people until the 28th month of 145.

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