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Cars (542)

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Wartburg 353-1984

Wartburg 353-1984

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Weidner Condor- 1958

Weidner Condor- 1958


Hans Trippel is known as the man who designed the Amphicar. Before the Amphicar, he designed the Weidner Condor.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Weidner AG
Willam City A3- 1969

Willam City A3- 1969

Carlo Lavezzari, an Italian designer, decided to design a microcar, powered by a 125cc Innocenti Lambretta engine, and built by Scattolini in Italy. He unveiled it at the 1966 Paris Salon where Henri Willame, President of Lambretta SAFD, became interested in it.

Willam Cyclo- 1976

Willam Cyclo- 1976

Henri Willam, president of Lambretta S.A.F.D., presented a Lambretta-engined prototype at the Paris Salon in 1966. The company marketed and rebadged Italian imports by Lawil, Casalini, and others.

Willam Fourgonnette-1978

Willam Fourgonnette-1978

LAWIL was Italy’s primary Microcar made in the 1970s.  The LAWIL sold better in France where it was called the Willam.  These small cars were powered by a 125cc or 175cc Lambretta scooter motor.

Wind Wagon- 1929

Wind Wagon- 1929

The Boy Mechanic (published in 1925) offered hundreds of detailed drawings of things a boy could build. One chapter was titled “Building a Wind Wagon.” 

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Edwin “Ted” C. Jameson, Jr.
Windsled-19??

Windsled-19??

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Xtreme Motor Co. Cooper 107 (replica)- 2004

Xtreme Motor Co. Cooper 107 (replica)- 2004

The “CR107" is advertised as a “dirtbike for power hungry riders looking for adventure.”  It was designed by Guy Cooper, 1990 American Motorcyclist Association National 125cc Motocross Champion and styled after the Honda XR50.

Yamaha Jog-1993

Yamaha Jog-1993

At first glance, this Yamaha Scooter may not appear to be anything special.  Upon closer inspection, you will see that it only has .4 of a mile on it.  In fact, it has 10,000.4 miles on it as the speedometer has turned over.

Yamaha R-6-2000

Yamaha R-6-2000

This is a current mid-range “bullet” bike offered by Yamaha.  Ever since its founding as a motorcycle manufacturer on July 1, 1955, Yamaha Motor Company has worked to build products which stand among the very best in the world through its constant pursuit of quality.

Yamaha RZ-350-1985

Yamaha RZ-350-1985

The RZ350 represented the end of an area for road going two strokes.  Decked out in its beautiful Kenny Roberts inspired bodywork, the RZ was not only good looking, but an incredible ride.

Yamaha TY-80-1972

Yamaha TY-80-1972

HAVING COME TO DOMINATE ROAD RACING AND MOTO-CROSS, THE MAJOR JAPANESE MOTORCYCLE FACTORIES TURNED THEIR ATTENTION TO THE TRIALS WORLD IN THE EARLY 1970S, RECRUITING TOP BRITISH RIDERS TO ASSIST WITH MACHINE DEVELOPMENT.

Yamaha WR400-1999

Yamaha WR400-1999

In 1953, Genichi Kawakami, Yamaha motorcycles’ first president, was looking for a way to make use of idle machining equipment that had previously been used by the company to make aircraft propellers.  Market and competitive factors led him to focus on the motorcycle market.

Yamaha-WR250- 2001

Yamaha-WR250- 2001

Continuing the trend set by the WR400 and the YZ426, the WR250 brings ridiculously low weight (102 kilos!!!) and a whole new kind of handling and throttle response to its class.

Yike Bike-2011

Yike Bike-2011

The Yike Bike is a foldable electric bicycle.  It is made for people who have short commutes.

Zipp 3001-1997

Zipp 3001-1997

The 1990s was an exciting time in the bicycle industry with new materials such as aluminum and carbon fiber presenting new design possibilities. Many “non-traditional” designs, like the Zipp 2001, began entering the market.

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