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  • 1956 Fuldamobil S-6
    S 4 was built in response to the 1955 elimination of the tax advantage previously given to three wheelers The reversible Sachs motor drove a pair of rear wheels spaced 400mm apart via a custom enclosed chaincase thus enhancing stability Front suspension was a multi leaf transverse spring with no shocks The rear deck still came up to the back of the front seat The wiper motor was moved to above the windshield and the sunroof was now the normal Isetta type Pictures seem to indicate that the bullseye rear window had grown somewhat over the NWF The Fuldamobil S 6 received a redesigned front suspension consisting of a single transverse leaf spring combined with a pair of coil over shocks It is also distinguishable from the S 4 by the small bench rear seat A single rear wheel was also available as was an optional full sized rear window This car features the optional three piece floor mats The mirror was supplied by Witte This example s chassis plate says S 4 but apparently that was simply retained to avoid a government application for a new type designation and the accompanying bureaucratic hassle The car features upholstery made from

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  • 1957 Goggomobil T-250 Sedan
    small car prototype with Isetta style front opening door in the fall of 1954 The pre production series of 50 cars had no rain gutters Until September 1955 fenders were still screwed not welded together and had intake scoops on the rear Roll up windows were introduced in October 1956 From September 1956 a 300cc motor 15hp was available in addition to the 14hp 250 The front deck had a bonnet pressed in louvers on the rear fenders and a grill on the trunklid scoop A hot 20hp 400cc motor became available but was seen mostly on U S export cars The doors were front hinged from March 1964 this being the last major change for the sedan called limousine in Germany An electric pre selector transmission was also available This is an example of a late sliding window car its plain finish being typical of the car for the little man It was restored in Germany By November 1966 BMW were the new owners and the last limousine left the factory in June 1969 Manufacturer Hans Glas GmbH Dingolfing Bavaria Germany Model T 250 Sedan Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built April 1955 1968 No Cylinders 2

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  • 1958 Goggomobil T-250 Sedan/ sunroof
    the largest selling microcar in Germany with some 260 000 examples finding buyers It was known by its swooshing sound and for its reliability This car is fitted with the scarce factory sunroof as well as a number of period accessories including the rare front grille originally fitted to this car The interior has been restored with the proper period 1950 s black cloth picked out in a silver diamond

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  • 1958 Goggomobil Transporter
    limousine Regent in England the stylish 2 seat coupe Mayfair in England and for the small businessman a small delivery van a Kleintransporter Van in England The choice of motors transmissions etc was the same for all types except for the Van with its lower gear ratios Manufacturer Hans Glas GmbH Dingolfing Germany Model TL 250 Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built Apr 1955 1964 No Cylinders 2

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  • 1958 Goggomobil Transporter
    a diamond above the rear The 400 cc transporter motor had two more horsepower than the coupe and the sedan 400 s Manufacturer Hans Glas GmbH Dingolfing Germany Model TL 400 Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built Apr 1955 1964 No Cylinders 2 Chassis None No Produced 3 665 Displacement 398 cc Suspension Front Coil No Surviving less than 100 Horsepower 20 Suspension Rear Coil Length 2910 mm

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  • 1959 Goggomobil Transporter Pickup
    found in Germany The Pick Ups were sometimes outfitted with street sweeping gear or snowplows as well as performing other civic duties Manufacturer Hans Glas GmbH Dingolfing Germany Model TL 400 Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built Apr 1955 1964 No Cylinders 2 Chassis None No Produced 3 665 Displacement 247 cc Suspension Front Coil No Surviving 4 Horsepower 14 Suspension Rear Coil Length 2910 mm Gearbox 4

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  • 1965 Goggomobil Cabriolet
    Dingolfing Germany Model TS 300 Coupe Cabriolet Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built Oct 1957 June 1969 No Cylinders 2 Chassis None No Produced factory 7 aftermarket n a Displacement 293 cc Suspension Front Coil No Surviving factory 2 aftermarket n a Horsepower 15 Suspension Rear Coil Length 3050 mm Gearbox 4 rev Steering Rack Pinion Width 1370 mm Starter Dynastart Brakes Hydraulic Weight 420 kg Electrics 12

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  • 1960 Glas ISARD
    it from it s Microcar predecessors The T 250 T300 T 400 the car was actually given a name The Glas ISAR T 700 It was also known as the ROYAL in the UK The name was changed to ISARD for some foreign markets when it was discovered that Isar meant foolish in some language this has not been confirmed Also the short name Goggo is apparently slang for something

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