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Citroën Tissier Car Carrier-1988

Citroën Tissier Car Carrier-1988

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Citroën Type 350- 1968

Citroën Type 350- 1968

The Citroën Type 350 (series n) was launched in 1964. Design of the body, with strong similarities to its predecessor the Ami 6, was the last work of designer Flaminio Bertoni, who was also responsible for the Traction Avant, the 2CVv, the DS, and the Ami 6. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Andrè Citroën, Ingénieur-Constructeur
Citroën Visa GTi Rally Car- 1983

Citroën Visa GTi Rally Car- 1983

The Citroën Visa, conceived in the early 1970s as Project Y2, was envisioned as a replacement for the Ami 8. Citroën was forced to redesign the car after its acquisition by Peugeot in 1976. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Citroën, Peugeot A.S.
Coronet- 1958

Coronet- 1958

The Coronet is an attempt to offer full-size car looks in a three-wheeled microcar. It came as a two- or three-seater convertible. The engine is in the rear, sitting in front of the one rear wheel.

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • Coronet cars Ltd.
Croco- 1983

Croco- 1983

The Croco was designed for extreme off-road situations. It articulates in the middle, it is amphibious, and it can climb and descend almost any hill you are willing to try. 

  • Country of Origin: Switzerland
  • TAG Group SA
Crofton Bug- 1962

Crofton Bug- 1962

When Crosley ceased production, the rights to the Crosley engine changed hands several times. During this period, the engine was manufactured and sold as a stationary engine for use by the military and for boat motors.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Crofton Marine Engine Co.
Crosley CC4 Pickup- 1951

Crosley CC4 Pickup- 1951

Probably the most advanced automobile manufacturer in America during the post-WWII years was Crosley, a radio and refrigerator manufacturer. They pioneered the production of quality small cars for a nation raised on cheap fuel and high speed. 

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Crosley Motors, Inc.
Crosley Farm O'Road- 1951

Crosley Farm O'Road- 1951

The Farm O’Road was in keeping with Crosley's philosophy of offering minimum cost vehicles. It has a wheelbase of only 63 inches and an overall length of 91.5 inches.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Crosley Motors, Inc.
Crosley Gasporter-1948

Crosley Gasporter-1948

The Crosley automobile was the brain child of Powel Crosley, who had already made his fortune as a direct-mail marketer, a radio and appliance manufacturer, owner of WLW (the "Nation's Station") and the Cincinnati Reds baseball team.

Crosley Super Sports- 1951

Crosley Super Sports- 1951

Probably the most advanced automobile manufacturer in America during the post-WWII years was Crosley, a radio and refrigerator manufacturer.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Crosley Motors, Inc.
Crosley- 1939

Crosley- 1939

Powell Crosley, Jr. is famous for making millions by producing Crosley radios and Shelvador refrigerators. Mr. Crosley also had a passion for cars, and believed America was ready for a small economy car.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Crosley Motors, Inc.
DAF 33 Pick-Up- 1967

DAF 33 Pick-Up- 1967

D.A.F. stands for Vandoorne’s AutomobielFabriek. The first D.A.F. car went into production in 1959. It was produced with a step-free variomatic-transmission, a fully automatic system using a centrifugal clutch and a v-belt drivea with a limited slip differential. 

  • Country of Origin: Netherlands
  • Van Doorne’s Automobiel Fabriek N.V. Eindhoven
DAF 66 1300 Marathon- 1975

DAF 66 1300 Marathon- 1975

D.A.F. is a Dutch company that began in the late 1920s as a garage. After WWII, the company started manufacturing commercial vehicles. The economical situation and the success of D.A.F. trucks made it possible for Hub Van Doorne to realize his dream of producing a luxury car. 

  • Country of Origin: Netherlands
  • DAV Car B.V.
Daihatsu K-10 Midget II-1996

Daihatsu K-10 Midget II-1996

Created as a light delivery vehicle for tight spaces, the Midget was originally introduced in 1957 as a three-wheeled truck and enjoyed huge popularity among small businesses and delivery services all over Asia. This version, the Midget II, debuted in 1996 to meet modern standards for the same design ideals.

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