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Cars

Leyat Trainer (replica)-1907

Leyat Trainer (replica)-1907

The 1907 trainer was lost to history at some point, and the only thing that remains of it are three pictures (two of which you see here).  Mirko Hrazdira was able to take these three pictures and build this accurate replica in 2011.

Lidove Vozitko- 1950

Lidove Vozitko- 1950

In post-WWII Europe, Communist Czechoslovakian cars were a rare commodity. Most people rode motorcycles and bicycles since most of the population simply could not afford a car.

Liege_2001

Liege_2001

This tiny traditional-style sports car was conceived mainly with hill-climbing in mind. Hill-climbing is a popular motor sport in Great Britain and entails vehicles traveling up a steep hill against the clock. 

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • Liège Motor Co.
Ligier Ambra Country-2000

Ligier Ambra Country-2000

The Ambra Country is a continuation of Ligier microcars that can be driven in France without a license.

Ligier_JS4_1980

Ligier_JS4_1980

Guy Ligier, a successful French racing driver and rugby player, built his own sports car--the Ligier JS–and showed it at the Paris Salon in 1970. Ligier then went on to found his own Formula 1 racing team which he owned from 1976 to 1996.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Seudem
Lloyd LT 600-1960

Lloyd LT 600-1960

After World War II, Carl Borgward started Lloyd as a lower-priced alternative to the higher-end Borgward family of cars. Lloyd’s first car, the LP 300, was introduced in 1950. Due to the lack of steel available after the war, the LP 300 infamously had a wood and fabric body, leading to the well-known phrase "Wer den Tod nicht scheut, fährt Lloyd" (“He who is not afraid of death drives a Lloyd”).

Lohr Fardier FL 500- 1978

Lohr Fardier FL 500- 1978

This rugged 4-wheel drive vehicle was built for the French military. It is lightweight and intended for use by airborne troops. A large cargo plane can carry and launch six;a helicopter, one. 

  • Country of Origin: France
Lotus Elan- 1970

Lotus Elan- 1970

Lotus Cars, founded by the late Colin Chapman, was a racing car manufacturer that also built road cars, such as the Esprit and Elite. Chapman was the engineer, and a group of committed staff made his ideas come to life.

Lotus Elise-1998

Lotus Elise-1998

The Lotus Elise premiered in Frankfurt in 1995 as a roadster with go-kart handling.  It is perfectly suited to Lotus’ heritage:  small, light, fast, advanced, race-tuned, and classically styled.

Lotus Europa S2-1974

Lotus Europa S2-1974

Lotus Cars, founded by the late Colin Chapman, was a racing car manufacturer that also built road cars, such as the Elan and Elite. Chapman was the engineer, and a group of committed staff made his ideas come to life.

Lotus Super Seven S2-1965

Lotus Super Seven S2-1965

The Lotus Super 7 was the brainwork of famous race car designer Colin Chapman, who loved the phrase “less is more.” The Super 7 was a simple, fast, minimalist sports car. Production started in 1957, and continued until 1972 under the Lotus name.

LuAZ 967M- 1987

LuAZ 967M- 1987

The Luaz (“Lutskiy Automobilny Zavod”) was founded in 1967 in Ukraine. It is an automotive factory with the specific task of producing small-displacement jeeps. The main model produced by Luaz was the “969-m.”

  • Country of Origin: U.S.S.R.
  • LuAZ
M.E.P. X27- 1968

M.E.P. X27- 1968

Maurice Pezous was a French aeronautics engineer, a racing fan, and a Citroën enthusiast. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Maurice Émile Pezous
M.P.E. X2 (race car)-1967

M.P.E. X2 (race car)-1967

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Maico 500-1958

Maico 500-1958

In 1926 brothers Otto and Wilhelm Maisch formed Maisch & Co. to produce small 2-stroke engines of JLO design, plus bicycles and parts. In 1932, the brothers began producing scooters and motorcycles under the Maico name.

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