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  • Amerivespa 2003
    during Dumb and Dumber you need to have at least Quicktime ver 5 0 installed to view this if you have a really really old version you will be prompted

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/video/amerivespa.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Warstein Collection
    VIRTUAL TOUR MUSEUM INFO EVENTS VIDEOS SEARCH page 1 of 5

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/what-a-find/warstein-images/index.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 404 Not Found
    Not Found The requested URL contactform html was not found on this server Additionally a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/contactform.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1957 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

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/messerschmittkr201-black.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1959 F.G. L. Alicante
    roadster body was fabricated in Alicante during this time Permits and paperwork for licensing the car took another two years to acquire but the car was finally legal on Feb 14 1961 It remained in the family for the next fifteen years By 1977 it was being used by the nephew and was sold to D Francisco Espanoza Mora a used car dealer in town It was restored and made

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/alicante.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1953 Ardex
    was on offer and it was the cheapest car available on the French market at that time After the war a new small car emerged from the tiny workshop in Nanterres now under the company name of Ardex as opposed to the prewar Automobiles Ardex This microcar had the most basic bodywork made of plywood covered in vinyl The four seater version had engines by Saab of 100 or 125cc

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/ardex.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1951 Atlas Babycar
    the same chassis The pretty roadster body underwent several changes such as windshield shape grille casting headlamp height and the addition of doors The chassis was complex and well engineered with independent suspension all around The four speed gearbox fed into a separate secondary box which included reverse driving the left rear wheel The prototype was built in 1949 with the well known 170cc AMC motor making 8 5 horsepower

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/atlas.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1968 Authi Mini
    Morris Mini Minor soon became universally known as the Mini At ten feet it was incredibly small yet could hold four adults and their luggage The secret was a matter of putting things in the right place Its transversely mounted engine with gearbox beneath the motor drove the front wheels through compact new Rzeppa joints Suspension was independent all round via rubber cones The wheels were two thirds the normal size The Mini would go on in the next four decades to become one of the world s best known best loved cars and would be at the heart of a technical and social revolution The museum example was produced in Spain under license by the firm AUTHI or A utomoviles de T urismo H ispano I ngleses in Landaben Navarra This company started by building the Morris 1100 MG 1100 and Morris Countryman before moving to Minis and then building the Victoria a special Austin built only in Spain and South Africa The Mini 1275C used an MG 1275 engine In 1976 the state owned SEAT took over the plant to build SEATs and Lancias Volkswagen then built Polos there Today it is one of the most modern plants

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/authi-mini.html (2016-04-27)
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