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  • 1959 F. M. R. Tg-500
    lying on the shelf for a 400cc two stroke two cylinder stationary engine This was increased in displacement to 494cc and fitted with a four speed and reverse gearbox It was mounted in a very advanced Formula One style subframe incorporating a fully adjustable rear suspension Wheels and front suspension arms were increased in size as were headlamps and brakes which were now modern hydraulics The large plush pilot s seat was needed to handle the phenomenal cornering power of this amazing vehicle In September 1957 Fritz Fend presented his crowning achievement the F M R Tiger sports vehicle to sensational acclaim in Germany Its British debut is still the stuff of legend Developed as a proper sports car but with an underdeveloped motor it found a place with enthusiasts but not the general public The Tiger name was owned by Krupp so it was changed supposedly to T ourenfahrzeug G elandesport or touring vehicle cross country sports but the contraction fooled no one Now highly prized by collectors it is the most valuable of all microcars This car came from Australia and was restored by The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum Manufacturer Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model Tg 500

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  • 1959 Messerschmitt KR200 sport
    detail changes the Kabinenroller enjoyed a cult status worldwide being produced in relatively large numbers By 1960 sales were dropping The Microcar Boom had passed In an effort to produce the cheapest possible Ka ro the hinge locks top frame and top were eliminated and a small plexiglass windshield fitted to a door which no longer lifted to open The sills were dropped by Four Inches to enable one to step over the side to enter the car The name Sport implied a stripped down bare bones hardy attitude This body style was also available on the Tg 500 and separately in Kit Form It was not a success and only three were known to have been sold in England It is the rarest of all models the only known example surviving having been part of the first Bruce Weiner Microcar Collection in the mid 1990 s That car which was sold at Christie s in 1997 has now been re aquired and is now a permanent part of the Collection Manufacturer Regensburger Stahl und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model KR 200 sport Motor Fichtel Sachs 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built 1959 1960 No Cylinders 1 Chassis None No Produced

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  • Messerschmitt KR201
    the year the Roadster was developed and finally introduced on June 24 1957 Mechanically unchanged it featured a folding roof signal red paint snakeskin trim and lamp mirror and hubcap changes A weak point was the flexible clear plastic side curtains which were awkward to use and didn t work well Further development on these lines resulted in the Cabriolet in late 1958 Very elegant and now extremely sought after

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  • Messerschmitt Pedal Car
    MUSEUM INFO CONTACT EVENTS VIDEOS SEARCH click to enlarge Tour Index Messerschmitt Pedal Car 2002

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  • 1954 Mivalino
    ended in 1955 or 1956 Very few of these were built and fewer survive many Microcar enthusiasts are not even aware that the Mivalino was built at all This car came from a family in Italy that owns the Oldest Ford Dealership in Rome They were the original owners and the car has only 200 KM on it Manufacturer Metalmeccanica Italiana Valtrompio s p a Brescia Italy Model Mivalino Motor

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  • 1948 Mochet Type "K"
    speeds A single headlamp was fixed to the front cover but some cars were delivered with a pair of headlamps fitted on the front mudguards this model is one of those with the pair of headlamps First built in 1947 the K type was sold until 1949 Approximately 650 units were built Manufacturer Etablissements Charles Mochet Puteaux France Model Type K Motor Zurcher 2 str Body Steel Years Built 1947

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  • 1949 Mochet CM
    2 str Body Steel Years Built 1947 1949 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Tube No Produced 650 Displacement 99 cc Suspension Front Coil No Surviving n a Horsepower 2 hp Suspension Rear None Length 2 270 mm Gearbox 3 Steering Spindles

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  • 1953 CM-125 Mochet Luxe
    compared to Mochet s six weeks Mochet s primitive external contracting band brakes would continue to the end of production Another stone age feature was the gearbox separate from the motor The feeble little Zurcher engine produced its 3 5 hp only after a very precise exacting break in period involving eleven five minute stops at carefully prescribed intervals No wonder the Ydral engine was in the works Manufacturer Etablissements

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