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Future- 1952

Sigvard Berggren embarked on creating his streamlined vehicle known as Future in 1951. Utilizing a retired taxi’s 1938 Dodge seven-passenger sedan chassis, he resourcefully installed a flathead Ford V8 engine in the mid-rear position of the vehicle. With help from a local mechanic, Henrik Neuman, and inspiration drawn from aircraft design, Berggren crafted a tubular […]

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Puma GT- 1972

Emerging from Brazil in the 1960s, the Puma GT quickly gained acclaim as a respected sports car. Designed by Rino Malzoni, its sleek fiberglass body and aerodynamic form provided an exhilarating driving experience. Equipped with various engines, particularly VW’s air-cooled units, it earned accolades for both its performance and affordability. The Puma GT symbolized Brazilian

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Sado 550- 1983

Entreposto Comercial SA was founded in Portugal in 1967 with the aim of importing, assembling, and retailing Datsun vehicles (now Nissan), marking its entry into Portugal’s automotive industry. However, financial difficulties arose in the 1970s, prompting the company to develop a microcar tailored for the Portuguese market. After extensive engineering efforts and problem-solving, the Sado/550

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Fuldamobil- 1955

The Fuldamobil was produced by Nordwestdeutscher Fahrzeugbau (NWF) of Wilhelmshaven, Germany and Elektromaschinenbau Fulda GmbH of Fulda, Germany between 1950 and 1969. Designed by Norbert Stevenson, it featured a three-wheeled configuration and a small engine. Despite its diminutive size, the Fuldamobil provided an economical and practical solution for urban commuting. The earliest Fuldamobil cars were

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Framo Piccolo- 1933

Jørgen Rasmussen, a founder of DKW and integral player in the formation of Auto Union, founded Framo in 1923 in Saxony, Germany to supply parts to DKW. In 1927, Framo introduced their TV300 delivery trike and began specializing in commercial vehicles, gaining prominence for its innovative designs and robust engineering. Throughout its history, Framo produced

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Fiat Moretti Coupe- 1967

Established in Milan, Italy in 1925 by Ettore Moretti, the Moretti Motor Company initially specialized in crafting motorcycles and small automobiles. Famed for its engineering finesse and stylish designs, Moretti quickly gained recognition within the Italian automotive industry. Following World War II, the company redirected its efforts completely toward manufacturing compact vehicles, notably the sporty

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Mazda R360- 1964

The Mazda R360 was introduced in 1960 by the Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. of Hiroshima, Japan. Toyo Kogyo had been producing motorcycles since 1929 and in 1931 launched a three-wheel vehicle called the “Mazda-Go”. The Mazda-Go was the vehicle that launched the name Mazda to the world. The name Mazda comes from Ahura Mazda, the

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