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  • 1964 Goggomobil Coupe
    a hardtop coupe in 2 tone finish a single color was offered toward the end The 300 cc engine ended September 1965 the 400 in September 1967 but the 250 soldiered on until June 1969 Called Mayfair in England Manufacturer Hans Glas GmbH Dingolfing Germany Model TS 300 Coupe Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built Oct 1957 June 1969 No Cylinders 2 Chassis None No Produced 67 000

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  • 1963 Goggomobil Transporter
    an eye to DPB specifications and they took delivery of 2000 out of the total production run of only 3665 vans between 1957 and 1965 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 3665 Displacement 398 cc Suspension Front Coil No Surviving less than 100 Horsepower 20 Suspension Rear Coil Length

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  • 1965 Honda S600
    as a convertible and a fastback coupe and was Honda s first mass marketed car It was also the first Honda available in two trim levels standard and a special upgraded package called the SM600 which included special paint badging and quick release of the passenger seat among other options It was first offered with only Right Hand Steering but Left Hand Steering was quickly made available for the Export

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  • 1958 Iso Isetta
    quickly sold to Belgium France Spain Brazil and Germany Major differences to the familiar later BMW bubble window were the engine cover with vertical slots headlamps positioned low on the front fenders with parking lamps on top flush fitting door handle Dubonnet suspension and two stroke twin piston engine providing a distinctive sound This example was built in Spain under license from Iso Today these cars are rare collector s

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  • 1955 Kapi JIP
    power There followed the JIP of which this car is an example patterned after the American Army Jeep and using again the 197cc Hispano Villiers The prototype was from Burgos and production was from 3 addresses in Barcelona This is the oldest and one of the rarest Spanish cars in the museum Other vehicles included the Platillo Volante flying saucer the Lujo luxury resembling a Fiat 600 and the M190

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  • 1952 Kleinschnittger F-125
    bands and clad in a light aluminum body shell reminiscent of a pedal car The prototype shown towards the end of 1949 was identifiable by its split windshield KR 201 style fenderlamps serving as taillamps and two tone paint On April 26 1950 the first five production cars were shown to the press finished in brown green ivory black and dark brown Production was rather slow getting underway and optimistic production quotas of 500 per month soon gave way to 10 to 30 cars The early cars had full width grilles and square windshields Kleinschnittger was an industry leader in the fitting of Hella blinkers where most cars had the easily damaged flip up trafficators Exports cars got a clock No jack was provided as the car was light enough to lift by hand The little car from Westfalia acquired a cult following and was entered in numerous events Complaints of the flimsy aluminum cracking and breaking were answered by additional rivetted gussets and free wheel replacements A spare wheel came in fall 1952 The optional 200 Deutschmark Dynastart was not recommended as Paul Kleinschnittger felt that it affected the free revving motor by its extra weight Manufacturer Kleinschnittger Werke

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  • 1971 KV Mini 1
    of rubber rollers pressing on the tires Transmission was automatic and the company was one of the only ones in France to use steel bodies for this class of vehicle This is an example of an early KV as opposed to a KVS featuring small indicator lights and a full convertible top Manufacturer Societe Anonyme de KV Chassieu France Model Mini 1 Motor KV 2 stroke Body Steel Years Built

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  • 1982 KVS
    KV by the new director Joseph Spalek The clientele for this class of vehicle composed largely of elderly drivers unable to deal with the formalities of a drivers test was substantial enough in 1970 to support some 35 manufacturers but was disappearing by 1980 and Spalek decided to close vehicle production in 1989 This is an example of a late model Mini 1 featuring wide indicator lights and the hardtop

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