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Bicycles (48)

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Cars (543)

Fiat Panda 4x4-1987

Fiat Panda 4x4-1987

The Fiat Panda was introduced in 1980, and was meant to be a city car for the masses; simpler but in the spirit of Citroën’s 2CV.

Fiat Panda-2004

Fiat Panda-2004

The Fiat Panda has proven to be a very popular city car; over the course of three generations, more than 9.5 million have been sold. The second-generation Panda seen here, known as the Nuova (New) Panda, was designed largely by Bertone.
Fisker Karma- 2012

Fisker Karma- 2012

Danish-born American automotive designer Henrik Fisker is best known for designing luxury cars such the BMW Z8, the Aston Martin DB9, and the Aston Martin V8 Vantage. The Fisker Karma began production in July 2011 as the world’s first luxury Plug-in Hybrid-Electric Vehicle. 

Flying Pigeon PA-02-1950

Flying Pigeon PA-02-1950

In China, the Flying Pigeon is synonymous with cycling, prosperity, and a symbol of the communist regime. 

Ford Model T Touring- 1918

Ford Model T Touring- 1918

When Henry Ford introduced his new low-priced Model T in 1908, he could not have conceived what impact the humble “T” would have on the world. By making cars available to the masses, this newfound mobility would soon alter American’s living patterns, their landscape, their leisure time, and even their air. 

Ford Quadricycle (replica)-1896

Ford Quadricycle (replica)-1896

While a young man, Henry Ford took a job with the Edison Illuminating Company in Detroit, Michigan.  While serving as Edison’s chief engineer, Ford began building his first car.  Like other car makers of his day, he had no ready-made components with which to work.

Fram King Fulda- 1959

Fram King Fulda- 1959

The first examples of this model, in 1950, had a wooden frame with alloy panels; the next step was an all-steel body. By 1957, the body was fiberglass, giving the Fuldamobil a more handsome appearance.

  • Country of Origin: Sweeden
  • Elektromaschinbau Fulda GmbH
FSM 126-1976

FSM 126-1976

Introduced at the Turin Motor Show in 1972, the Fiat 126 or “Bambino” was a direct replacement for the aging Nuova 500. This fresh but somewhat bland design resembled a scaled-down Fiat 127, but used the tried-and-true Nuova 500 drivetrain under the creased modern envelope.

FSM Cinquecento- 1993

FSM Cinquecento- 1993

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FSO Syrena 100-1958

FSO Syrena 100-1958

The Syrena was first shown to the Polish public in 1955 at the Poznan Trade Fair.  Production of the Syrena started in 1957, and continued to 1960 when the updated model was introduced.

Fuji Aluminum Mountain Bike Frame-1990s

While the St. Louis Refrigerator Company introduced an early aluminum alloy bike called the Lum-Mi-Num in 1894, aluminum did not become a mainstream bicycle material until 1990. 

Fuji Go-Devil- 1964

Fuji Go-Devil- 1964

Japanese company Fuji Heavy Industries is best known as the parent company of Subaru. Before they made cars, FHI was well-known for their line of scooters and motorcycles, including the little Go-Devil scooter seen here.

Fuji Rabbit Scooter- 1968

Fuji Rabbit Scooter- 1968

Fuji Heavy Industries created Japan’s first scooter, the Rabbit S-1, in 1946.

Fuji Rabbit Superflow S601- 1963

Fuji Rabbit Superflow S601- 1963

At the conclusion of WWII Japan’s Nakajima Aircraft Co. was reborn as Fuji Heavy Industries, to manufacture civilian vehicles. They were responsible for the Rabbit S-1, Japan's first motor scooter.

Gas Gas TXT50- 2000

Gas Gas TXT50- 2000

From small beginnings in 1974, Gas Gas has grown into a world class Spanish manufacturer of trials, enduro, and motocross machines.

Georges Irat 11CV  OLC3- 1940

Georges Irat 11CV OLC3- 1940

The first appearance of the Irat name was in 1914 but there is no record of car production until 1921. Building on the front-drive theme of their successful 6CV, Irat based the sporty 11CV on the driveline of Citroën’s 11CV, a two-liter saloon. 

 

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