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1952 Mochet CM-125 Commerciale Estimate:$30,000-$40,000 US

1952 Mochet CM-125 Commerciale Estimate:$30,000-$40,000 US

Mochet CM-125 Luxe 1951

Mochet Luxe 1951 The products of Georges Mochet were based on a philosophy of minimalism, to which he remained faithful all his .

1958 F.G.L. | The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum 2013 | RM Sotheby's

The Bruce Weiner Microcar Collection Offered by RM Auctions

The Cutest Little Microcars Of The 20th Century

The Cutest Little Microcars Of The 20th Century

Microcars worth big bucks at museum auction - 1956 Fuldamobil - CNNMoney

1961 Taylor-Dunn Trident. If you weren’t aware, California was a weird place in the 1960s. Still is, really. But this was their idea of a car. Originally introduced as a glorified grocery kart in 1955, the three-wheeled electric runabout was called the Taylor-Dunn PG. In 1959, the Trident was introduced. It still used a one horsepower electric motor – but it also had road-going capability.

World Of Classic Cars: Taylor-Dunn Trident 1961 - World Of Classic Cars -.

1958 Brütsch Mopetta | The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum 2013 | RM AUCTIONS

1958 Brutsch-Mopetta (German) Small Single Seat three wheeler with a air-cooled engine

VINTAGE & SUPERCAR The Mopetta from the Brutsch stables at Stuttgart is available in London at a cost of The one-seater, three-wheeler has a maximum speed of 21 miles per hour. (Photo by Rosemary Matthews/BIPs/Getty Images).

1957 Jurisch Motoplan – This prototype was the vision of engineer and motorcycle racer Carl Jurisch. The German saw the benefits of a vehicle that could combine the a car and a motorcycle. It utilized Messerschmitt and Heinkel components, and was used by Jurisch for a short time before he sent it to the US in an attempt to market the car. It sat unloved in Florida until the 1970s when a microcar collector purchased it and was able to track the car’s mysterious and fascinating history.

“coffeenuts: Microcar Jurisch Motoplan Prototype 1957 - 1 by Fine Cars on…

1959 Autobianchi Bianchina 500 Transformable This is the cutest "toy" car I have ever seen.

1959 Autobianchi Bianchina 500 Transformable Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

1962 BMW Isetta

The Isetta aka the “Bubble Car" - the first cheap people’s cars built in Brighton. The car's only door is at the front and opens with the steering wheel attached!

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