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  • 1960 NSU Prinz III
    version gave 30 hp The Prinz III arrived in October 1960 with a new stabilizer bar and the 30hp motor making it one of the fastest small cars of its time at 120kph This attractive car was also technically well sorted out and built It was succeeded in 1961 by the Corvair like Prinz IV Volkswagen took over NSU and then merged it with its Audi subsidiary to form Audi

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  • 1959 PTV
    device the PTV was with its proper doors 2 tone paint chrome trim and 12 inch wheels intended for a more upscale discerning clientele After a lengthy 2 year development period the prototype appeared in 1956 featuring an in house 250cc motor with aluminum piston and head which drove the rear wheels Independent front suspension large diameter wheels and snug enclosed bodywork even allowed discussion of driving comfort a subject not remotely considered by a Biscuter driver The car was improved over the years with the addition of bumpers and other extras A 350cc motor was planned for later cars but was never actually put into production Inevitably the end came from competition with a real car the Fiat 600 license built in Spain as the SEAT 600 This mass produced not much more expensive car had four cylinders and four seats and simply steamrollered over the hand built PTV a scene repeated all over Europe in the late 1950 s AUSA is still with us today producing utility equipment and forklift trucks Manufacturer Automobiles Utilitarios S A Manresa Spain Model PTV 250 Motor AUSA 2 stroke Body Steel Years Built 1959 1961 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Tube No Produced

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  • 1950 Reyonnah
    front and rear outriggers to carry the suspension The front wheels were attached to the tub with a parallelogram hinge construction and could be folded downwards so that vehicle occupied a parking space of only 75 cm width The Paris Salon of 1950 showed an open topless torpedo body style but by the spring of 1951 the production version was settled on with its side hinged convertible roof Manufacturer Robert

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  • 1953 Rovin D-4
    the front while freestanding pod headlamps and twin alloy strips circling the entire car were distinguishing features From 1953 D 4 s had the lamps moved to the tops of the front fenders and alloy trim strips running from headlamp to door were added Robert de Rovin Raoul had disappeared in 1949 held out bravely against the lower priced mass produced offerings of the large manufacturers until the end in

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  • 1976 Veloto
    rear wheels was exported to 48 countries until 1976 The Salon d Automobile of that year saw the introduction of the Veloto at the time the only two seater able to be driven without a license It was essentially aimed at retirees who had given up driving Colours offered were sky blue orange mustard yellow white and prairie green all with a rather tent like black top Manufacturer Societe BEL

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  • 1980 Veloto Super Deluxe
    Minoto of 1980 which in 1982 was taken over by Arola who continued production This was by no means the end as the family business was reorganized as Bellier Automobiles Jean Jaques Bellier continues at the present time building up to date small cars and mini pickups extolling the values confort qualite et securite Manufacturer Societe BEL Motors Les Sables d Olonne France Model Type C 10S Motor Motobecane Body

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  • 1967 Willam City
    decades His first car this one was the Willam City built in Italy and sold there as a Lawil Lambretta Willam The convertible version was called Willam Farmer Manufacturer M Willam Levallois France Model C2 Motor Lambretta 2 stroke Body Steel Years Built 1967 1972 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Steel No Produced n a Displacement 125 cc Suspension Front Leaf No Surviving n a Horsepower 5 6 Suspension Rear Leaf

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  • 1977 Willam Sulky
    from Italy the Baldi Zagato Zele and later the B M A Decsa and the museum example the Casalini Casalini was a maker of mopeds scooters and trikes who built the tiny Sulky in 50 or 60cc versions Unusually for the type it had all steel bodywork on a tubular steel frame In 1980 it gained a fourth wheel and was then called Bretta or David as well as a

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