Berkeley Cars of Bedfordshire, England produced economical sporting microcars with motorcycle-derived engines from 322 cc to 692 cc and front wheel drive between 1956 and 1960. Berkeley Coachworks were at the time one of the largest manufacturers of caravans in Europe Entering the motorcar business was an ideal project for them as they had developed […]
After building the Fend Flitzer for 3 years Fritz Fend approached Messerschmitt to mass produce a similar micro-car to his Flitzer. Messerschmitt had been prohibited from building aircraft after the end of WW II so they jumped at the opportunity to keep their factory doors open. The title “Kabinenroller” means “scooter with cabin”. There were […]
A GERMAN INVALID CARRIER BUILT AFTER WWII Fritz Fend was a former aeronautical engineer and technical officer in the Luftwaffe. In 1948 he built a tricycle invalid carriage in his workshop in Rosenheim, Germany.
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The Tourette Supreme was a British micro car built by a company called Carr Brothers. The company was later changed to the Progress Supreme Co Ltd. Only 26 of these Tourettes were built between 1956 and 1958. The two-seater three-wheel car was made with an Ash frame and alloy body or in Fibreglass. It ran […]
The Goggomobil was a micro-car built between 1955 and 1969 by Hans Glas GmbH In Dingolfing, Bavaria. Dingolfing is about 100 km North East of Munich. The Goggomobil was first built with a 250 cc motor which was upgraded in later models to 300 and 400 cc. The engines were 2-cylinder two stroke air cooled […]