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Walker Power Truck 600 GN- 1962

Walker Power Truck 600 GN- 1962

Max Walker began manufacturing golf carts in Fowler, Kansas, in 1957. Recognizing the company needed a product that could be produced year-round as well as for wider markets, Walker released the Power Truck in 1962.

Wartburg 311/5-1957

Wartburg 311/5-1957

The five-door Camping-Limousine seen here is but one of half a dozen body styles made available by the nationalized East German manufacturer. Seen as very much a “German Car” and upscale in comparison to the Trabant, which was the only other option available to the general public in the GDR, the 311 was still a far cry from modern designs emerging in the West.

Wartburg 353 Tourist-1984

Wartburg 353 Tourist-1984

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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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