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Cars (556)

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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
Frisky Prince- 1960

Frisky Prince- 1960

Sorry, no description available at this time.

FSM Cinquecento- 1993

FSM Cinquecento- 1993

Sorry, no description at this time.

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.

Futura/Waimea- 1961

Futura/Waimea- 1961

In 1945, industrialist, Henry J. Kaiser, along with veteran automobile executive Joseph Frazer started the automobile company Kaiser-Frazer. A year later he also formed Kaiser Aluminum and commissioned Rhys Miller and Frank Hershey to produce a portfolio of all-aluminum car designs to feature in promotional literature.

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. 

 

Georges Irat- 1938

Georges Irat- 1938

The first appearance of the Irat name was in 1914 but there is no record of car production until 1921. Apart from the bodies, the whole of the car was made at the factory in France. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Georges Irat SA
Gitane Victoire- 1985

Gitane Victoire- 1985

On loan from Jack Tipton.

This Victoire model was made with lugged steel tubing and has been modified with a more upright handlebar. 

Glas 1700 GT- 1967

Glas 1700 GT- 1967

The Frua-designed 1300 and 1700 Coupe and Cabriolet were halo vehicles for Glas. Even though Glas was one of Germany’s smallest automakers, the GT series were very influential, marrying Italian design and German engineering in a marketable, successful package for arguably the first time. 

Goggomobil Dart- 1959

Goggomobil Dart- 1959

Bill Buckle of Sydney, Australia, was a distributor of the German Goggomobil in the late 1950s. In an effort to get away from the punishing import taxes imposed by Australia, he found it cheaper to import the chassis and then build his own fiberglass body.  

  • Country of Origin: Australia
  • Buckle Motors Pty Ltd.
Goggomobil T300- 1958

Goggomobil T300- 1958

Hans Glas and his son Andreas began producing scooters in their agricultural repair shop in Germany shortly after World War II. Their first product, the Goggo scooter, named for Hans’ youngest son, was an instant success as it met a demand for low-cost vehicles in the economically depressed country.

 

 

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