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kover (1951)

kover (1951)

VosVos + Karavan

VosVos + Karavan

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536656_10151331186240976_1555016443_n.jpg 600 × 450 bildepunkter

1939 New Map Baby 125cc  Para saber más sobre los coches no olvides visitar marcasdecoches.org

1939 New Map Baby 125cc Para saber más sobre los coches no olvides visitar marcasdecoches.org

1960 Fiat Weinsberg 500 Limousette | The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum 2013 | RM AUCTIONS

1960 Fiat Weinsberg 500 Limousette | The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum 2013 | RM AUCTIONS

MYMSA 3R Rana, 1955

MYMSA 3R Rana, 1955

.typically more than 95% of a car's energy is used just to move itself, The Carless Class is defined by eliminating this old fashioned "car equation." Vehicles in The Carless Class still have a full fairing but often just 3 wheels, some have pedal and most have electric assist.

.typically more than 95% of a car's energy is used just to move itself, The Carless Class is defined by eliminating this old fashioned "car equation." Vehicles in The Carless Class still have a full fairing but often just 3 wheels, some have pedal and most have electric assist.

1948 Mochet Type K  SPECIFICATIONS Manufacturer: Charles Mochet Origin: Puteaux, France Production: 650 Motor: Zurcher 1-cyl., 2-stroke Displacement: 125 cc Power: 3.5 horsepower Length: 7 ft. 11 in.

1948 Mochet Type K SPECIFICATIONS Manufacturer: Charles Mochet Origin: Puteaux, France Production: 650 Motor: Zurcher 1-cyl., 2-stroke Displacement: 125 cc Power: 3.5 horsepower Length: 7 ft. 11 in.

1953 Manocar Prototype. This rough-looking tiny car was one of two prototypes built by Établissements Manom in Saint Ouen, France between 1952 and 1953. It uses a four horsepower 125cc single-cylinder and was supposed to set the microcar world on fire due to its ease of access and “roomy” interior. Needless to say, this was as far as the project got.

1953 Manocar Prototype. This rough-looking tiny car was one of two prototypes built by Établissements Manom in Saint Ouen, France between 1952 and 1953. It uses a four horsepower 125cc single-cylinder and was supposed to set the microcar world on fire due to its ease of access and “roomy” interior. Needless to say, this was as far as the project got.

1964 Lightburn Zeta Sports. The spirit of the Lightburn Zeta goes back to the introduction of the British Frisky Sprint at the 1958 Earls Court Motor Show. Australian Harold Lightburn was so smitten with the car that, when Frisky faced financial difficulties a short time later, he hired the designer/engineer team of Gordon Bedson and Keith Peckmore to develop the car for production in Adelaide. One of less than 50 examples ever built, this Lightburn Zeta Sports looks as cool as its name…

1964 Lightburn Zeta Sports. The spirit of the Lightburn Zeta goes back to the introduction of the British Frisky Sprint at the 1958 Earls Court Motor Show. Australian Harold Lightburn was so smitten with the car that, when Frisky faced financial difficulties a short time later, he hired the designer/engineer team of Gordon Bedson and Keith Peckmore to develop the car for production in Adelaide. One of less than 50 examples ever built, this Lightburn Zeta Sports looks as cool as its name…

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