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Lotus Evora S- 2013

Lotus Evora S- 2013

Conceived as a more practical car than its other offerings, Lotus introduced the Evora in 2009 as a competitor to the Porsche Cayman. “Evora” is an acronym of evolution, vogue, and aura.

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.

Lotus Type 110TT- 1992

Lotus Type 110TT- 1992

First proposed in 1987 by Norwich based bicycle designer Mike Burrows, the original design of this bicycle was rejected by many British bicycle manufacturing companies as the monocoque frame was deemed illegal by the UCI for use in competitive cycling events.

Louvett Pedal Car Replica- 1935

Louvett Pedal Car Replica- 1935

The Louvet is a three-passenger, one-door, dual-pedaled, 2 x 5-speed car—meaning both driver and front passenger have their own pedal cranks that operate on separate 5-speed selectors. It was discovered in a remarkable set of French photographs from 1935.

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.  X2 (race car)-1967

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

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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
Maico 500- 1957

Maico 500- 1957

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.

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.

Mando Footloose-2012

Mando Footloose-2012

The Footloose is a collaboration between Korean automotive manufacturer Mando and British bicycle designer Mark Sanders. 

Manocar-1953

Manocar-1953

In 1952 the Manom Company started on the prototype Manocar. The car was to have large curved body shapes that gave it a larger appearance.

Marden 49- 1980

Marden 49- 1980

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Marden E2 125- 1979

Marden E2 125- 1979

Ten years prior to the launch of Renault’s Espace people carrier, microcar company Marden debuted their Espace in 1975. By 1979, Marden had dropped the Espace nameplate, now simply known as the 49 or 125 (depending on which engine you chose).

Martin Aerodynamic- 1928

Martin Aerodynamic- 1928

The Martin, despite vigorous promotion, never went beyond three prototypes. Before you is a one-of-a-kind aerodynamic vehicle built by Martin Aircraft Company of Garden City, New York. 

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Martin Aeroplane Factory
Martin Martinette-1932

Martin Martinette-1932

At the 1932 National Automobile Show in New York, James V. Martin displayed two experimental rear-engined cars of his own design–the four-wheeled Martin and the three-wheeled Martinette.

Martin Stationette-1950

Martin Stationette-1950

James V. Martin was a prolific inventor who spent years designing cars that he hoped someone would be willing to produce.  The Stationette in front of you is his last attempt.

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