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Dodge Viper RT/10- 1994

Dodge Viper RT/10- 1994

The Dodge Viper was conceived as a futuristic interpretation of a classic American muscle car. During the development stage, it was decided to utilize Lamborghini, then a Chrysler subsidiary, to cast a prototype aluminum V10 engine based on their truck drivetrain and modify it for performance car use.

Dragonfly Ice Sled- 1957

Dragonfly Ice Sled- 1957

The Dragonfly Airdrive was an all-season, above-water outboard engine manufactured by Robertson-Hedges Inc. in Kansas City, Missouri. They were produced from 1954 through the mid-late 1960s.

Duport Onyx-1991

Duport Onyx-1991

In 1977, as a hobby, Mr. Duport built a prototype, a Microcar powered by a Lombardini 510cc diesel engine. The car was well constructed, although the only part made by Duport was the chassis.

Duport Parco-1982

Duport Parco-1982

Almost as a hobby, in 1977 Guy Duport built a prototype, first-of-its-kind diesel-powered microcar. It was a small car with a plastic body and 2 doors, equipped with a 510cc (about 31 cu. in.) Lombardini diesel engine. According to Duport, that 10HP engine assured 3,500 hours of operation, allowing it to travel potentially more than 62,000 miles.

Dymaxion Replica- 1933

Dymaxion Replica- 1933

Buckminster Fuller had a long and productive career. He was a visionary that worked in many fields, from the environment to architecture. The Dymaxion, which is an acronym for DYnamic MAXimum TensION, was his most famous automotive project.

Elcar-1975

Elcar-1975

The Elcar was a small electric car produced by the famous Italian design and coachbuilding company, Zagato. Known for designs such as the Ferrari 250 GT, Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale, and Aston Martin DB7 Zagato, the Zele, as it was known in Europe, was quite a departure. 

Erickson Streamliner- 1945

Erickson Streamliner- 1945

Anton F. Erickson built this streamlined car in his garage in Dayton, Ohio right after the end of World War II.

Fascination-1969

Fascination-1969

Paul M. Lewis started an airplane company in Denver, CO in the 30s, to construct VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) aircraft. Shortly after, he began to design an economical mode of transportation for the masses he planned on selling for $300. It took form as a three-wheeled aerodynamic automobile called the “Airmobile”.

Faun Kraka- 1974

Faun Kraka- 1974

This company is better known for its commercial vehicles which have been made from 1918 to the present day. In recent years, they have concentrated on ultra-large, off-road dump trucks. 

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Zweirad-Union AG, a Subsidiary of Faun, later by Faun-Werke AG
Ferrario Lucertola 500- 1972

Ferrario Lucertola 500- 1972

Italy had many small specialty car manufacturers in the 1960s and 1970s. Many small car makers used drivetrains from Fiat. This vehicle is based on a Fiat 500 drivetrain, with Fiat 600 transmission. 

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Carlo & Guiseppe Ferrario
Ferves Ranger 4x4- 1965

Ferves Ranger 4x4- 1965

Presented at the 1966 Turin Motor Show, the Ferves (Ferrari Veicoli Speciali) Ranger is an attractive, compact all-terrain vehicle.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Ferves srl
Fiat (SEAT) 133- 1977

Fiat (SEAT) 133- 1977

Sorry, no description as this time.

Fiat 1100 Balilla/ 508C Special- 1939

Fiat 1100 Balilla/ 508C Special- 1939

The charter establishing Fiat was signed in 1899. A year later, the factory opened and produced 24 cars in the first year. By 1908, Fiat had expanded throughout Europe and the U.S. World War I began and production focused on supplying the army.

Fiat 1200- 1962

Fiat 1200- 1962

Sorry, no description available at this time. 

Fiat 124 Sport Spider-1971

Fiat 124 Sport Spider-1971

The Fiat 124 entered the market in 1966 as a mid-level sports car. Designed to compete with the MGB, it had superior technical specifications – a dual overhead cam engine and 4-wheel disc brakes.

Fiat 500 (with 245cc Goggo motor)-1973

Fiat 500 (with 245cc Goggo motor)-1973

From all outside appearances, this is a normal Fiat 500.  What makes this car different is it's powered by a 245cc Goggo engine. It was created to allow German drivers with a Class 4 license to drive a car.

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