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Please note that the cars or exhibit items shown in this database are part of our collection but may not be on display when you visit.

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Nissan S-Cargo-1989

Nissan S-Cargo-1989

The Nissan S-Cargo was first shown at the 1987 Tokyo Motor Show. From 1989 until 1992, only about 8,000 were produced. The small size but tall cargo area made it an ideal delivery vehicle in urban areas, with payload limited to 660 pounds.

Nobel 200- 1959

Nobel 200- 1959

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Norster 600R- 2013

Norster 600R- 2013

Designed in Finland and built in China, the Norster 600R seen here may look like, and even drive like, a normal passenger car but it is actually registered in Europe as a “heavy quad” (All Terrain Vehicle in the US). 

NSU 1000 TTS-1967

NSU 1000 TTS-1967

The NSU 1000 represented a major change for NSU.  This model has a four-cylinder, overhead cam engine which is air-cooled and located in the rear.

NSU 1200 TT-1969

NSU 1200 TT-1969

In the 1950s, NSU was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world.  Management was still looking into the future, and was concerned that small cars were going to replace the motorcycle as a means of transport.

NSU 501 Konsul II- 1952

NSU 501 Konsul II- 1952

NSU began motorcycle production in 1901, four years before they began producing cars.

NSU Fox-1957

NSU Fox-1957

The NSU Fox was the first entirely new design motorcycle after World War II.  The Fox used a 98cc four stroke engine which was very new, as most motorcycles built before World War II used two stroke engines.

NSU Prinz 1- 1959

NSU Prinz 1- 1959

The NSU trademark was first used in 1892. Motorcycle production began in 1901, and the first NSU-badged car was introduced at the Berlin Motor Show in 1907.

NSU Prinz 4 Saloon- 1962

NSU Prinz 4 Saloon- 1962

While the NSU Prinz 1, 2, and 3 were inexpensive, economical cars, they were not considered stylish. NSU realized that if they sought to sell small cars in volume numbers they needed a car with a more appealing style.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • NSU Motorenwerke AG
NSU Ro-80- 1970

NSU Ro-80- 1970

The Ro-80 was a truly advanced front-wheel drive saloon. It combined the first commercially developed twin-rotor Wankel engine with front-wheel drive and semi-automatic transmission, a spacious interior, and a low-drag body shape. 

NSU Sport Prinz-1967

NSU Sport Prinz-1967

A derivative of the Prinz, the Sport Prinz was built on the Prinz platform.  Designed by Franco Scaglione while at the Bertone studios in Turin, this new sporty NSU was a hit at the 1958 Frankfurt Motor Show.

NSU Wankel-Spider- 1967

NSU Wankel-Spider- 1967

The Wankel-Spider was the world’s first rotary-engined production car. NSU had been experimenting with Wankel-patent rotary engines since the mid-1950s. 

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • NSU Motorenwerke AG
Nu-Klea Starlite-1959

Nu-Klea Starlite-1959

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Old Town Yankee 16 with Aerothrust Engine- 1944

Old Town Yankee 16 with Aerothrust Engine- 1944

Old Town has been making canoes and kayaks in Old Town, Maine since 1898. Even though modern materials and methods are used on new designs, hand-crafted wooden canoes and kayaks are still made, one at a time, by special order.

Omega Alpha- 1980

Omega Alpha- 1980

Due in large part to the oil crisis of 1973, many startup American car companies were developing and producing electric cars in small numbers into the early 1980s. The Omega Electric Car Company of Huntington Beach, California, was one of these companies.

Opperman Unicar-1958

Opperman Unicar-1958

Opperman was a tractor manufacturer that decided to expand into the microcar business.  They commissioned Lawrie Bond (who designed and built the Bond Microcar) to design a car for them.

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