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  • Brutsch Rollera
    ever produced licensed in France and only Four are known to survive today Ironically while Egon Brütsch was one of the most influential and prolific microcar designers his own marques only sold in very limited numbers This particular Rollera was part of the original collection in Canada and was restored but then sold at Christies in 1997 It was apparently purchased as a plaything for children and it basically sat

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/rollera.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1958 Burgfalke FB250 Export
    and rear bumpers a larger engine and so on But Burgfalke was having troubles paying for the remaining 180 Victoria Bodies and parts and production soon ceased after some handbuilt versions were made So few Burgfalke Export 250 s were built that there is not an accurate account of the number that managed to emerge from the factory and books that chronicle the history of the Spatz and Victoria only

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  • 1949 Champion CH-2
    move forward with an updated version for Public sale The Champion CH 2 Unfortunately Holbein was an engineer and not a businessman and soon became overwhelmed with all the details of attempting to start a new business and keep suppliers and partners happy When the first cars developed transmission problems he recalled them all for repair Only 11 examples of the CH 2 were built before the next model Champion

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  • 1953 Champion 400H
    factories over Three years Introduced in 1951 the Champion 400 had very modern nearly symmetrical lines and a 398cc ILO 2 cylinder motor This symmetry was passed on to the side windows which where semi circular and pivoted down into the door Minor changes in 1953 incorporated a similar engine but one made by Heinkel this model was designated the Champion 400H This example was restored by The Bruce Weiner

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  • 1954 Cuno Bistram
    wheel by chain The original registration papers indicate that it was actually licensed for use on the road A two page colour photo of this car was featured in a German Oldtimer magazine but no history is given other than that perhaps fifty were built a number that can t be substantiated Manufacturer Cuno Bistram Hamburg Germany Model Cuno Bistram Motor ILO Body Steel Years Built 1954 No Cylinders 1

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  • 1949 Crosley Farm-O-Road Original Prototype
    O Road based on the original JEEP to be a dual purpose vehicle but on a much smaller scale It had 2 gear ranges with six forward speeds It could pull farm implements front and rear optional power takeoffs could handle a number of tools When not used in the fields the Farm O Road could take to the streets with a top speed of 40 50mph A fabric top and side curtains were available for protection from the elements It was not a sales success though with only about 600 units built during its lifespan Built in 1947 and tested and modified through 1949 The Farm O Road went into production and was sold for 3 years 1950 1952 Crosley motors went bankrupt in 1952 but the Farm O Road was brought back later as the Crofton Bug by the Crofton Marine Engine Company But even then only around 200 examples were built This is one of 2 prototypes built the existence of the other is unknown Most of the pictures in the sales catalogs and promotional posters were of this vehicle Manufacturer Crosley Motors Inc Cincinnati Ohio U S A Model Farm O Road prototype Motor Crosley Cobra

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  • 1998 Cushman Rollback Tow Truck
    SEARCH click to enlarge Tour Index 1998 Cushman Rollback Tow Truck Of course we need a Micro Truck to haul around the Micro Cars The Air Horn is really loud

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  • 1954 Daus
    continued to do design work for Vidal including a Gelaendewagen some ten years later Daus built this one off microcar fitted with an ILO two stroke 197cc motor with thermo syphon cooling and electric preselector transmission There were three forward and three reverse speeds and the engine could be removed and reinstalled in 16 minutes The car was never given a KFZ Brief vehicle registration document Manufacturer Daus Werke Hamburg

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