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The Raymond Flowers designed Frisky began life as a four-wheeler in 1957. The first three-wheeled "Frisky Three" was powered by a 197cc two-stroke with coil front suspension and rear by pivoted-arm. Both coupe and convertible were offered, with Family Three in 1959 designed for 2+2 children. Production was abandoned in 1964 after the Prince model, which used a 328cc power plant. The design was then taken to Australia to become the Zeta.