Discussion in 'Wheels, Wings, Mud, and Water' started by Archguy, Dec 4, 2017.
Fiat Topolino. My father with his first car and his fiancée, my mother, in 1955.
Thanks for sharing your precious photo!
Panther Six (Panther Lima in the background)
A monster limousine from Switzerland: Monteverdi High Speed 375/4
1957 Züdndapp Janus. You may guess how this car got its name...
And even smaller: Brütsch Mopetta, most likely the smallest car ever built in the Fatherland...
A very "American" Opel, made by Karmann: Opel Diplomat V8 Coupé.
Can you guess what car this is ?
Its not a sports car, no GT, but I think its classy, for shure its vintage
Interior picture from my 1969 Volvo 220 estate. Or Volvo Amazon as its named in Europe.
This car will have extensive refurbishment, and will hopefully be finished winter 2019 if things run as planned.
I like these dashboards
Bottom picture is the car after being repainted #94 dark green, as it was from factory.
+1 On the Jaguar 220 Its timeless
Ahh, I stand corrected... thx!
Yes, that is a Lamborghini Miura chassis... possibly the P400 prototype. Google is our friend
I'm curious if people ever came out of their homes to throw rotten fruit when it rolled by?
It was an alcoholic? Oh wait, wrong diety. That was Bacchus.
Here's another postwar micro? Honey, I shrunk the 356...
I think that this one is a Champion...
... grin... Champion...
The most expensive German micro is the Messerschmitt Tg 500 "Tiger". You can't get that one for less than 100000 Euros.
The steering-wheel of these cars reminds a bit of an aircraft... well... Messerschmitt...
From one of my fave films Brazil!
But are these really Grand Touring? Seems like this is Cramped Touring...at best.
I suppose if I had to shoehorn into one on a long trip this wouldn't be too bad -
Lars Anderson museum again, they have a micro car lawn event most years. Lots of fun for kids, there is usually a Mini Moke giving rides -
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