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Fiat Multipla-1998

Fiat Multipla-1998

Fiat reintroduced the Multipla in 1998 to capture the growing minivan market.  Initial sales were slow as the controversial styling scared buyers away.

Fiat Nuova 500(grey)-1964

Fiat Nuova 500(grey)-1964

Introduced on July 4th, 1957, the successor for the Topolino, the “Nuova (which means “New”) 500" used a layout similar to that seen on the 600 with a rear mounted engine driving the rear wheels and independent suspension on all four wheels.

Fiat Nuova 500F- 1966

Fiat Nuova 500F- 1966

Introduced in July 1957, the successor for the “Topolino,” the “Nuova (which means “new”) 500" used a layout similar to that seen on the 600 with a rear mounted engine driving the rear wheels and independent suspension on all four wheels.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • FIAT Società per Azioni
Fiat Panda 4x4-1987

Fiat Panda 4x4-1987

The Fiat Panda was introduced in 1980, and was meant to be a city car for the masses; simpler but in the spirit of Citroën’s 2CV.

Fiat Panda-1989

Fiat Panda-1989

Sorry, no description available at this time.

Fisker Karma- 2012

Fisker Karma- 2012

Sorry, no description available at this time.

Ford F750 American LaFrance Fire Truck-1971

Ford F750 American LaFrance Fire Truck-1971

American LaFrance (ALF), the company that built the pumping apparatus on this 1971 Ford F750, had a long and storied history. ALF was known for its innovative and distinctive equipment designs, most notably the cab-forward style utilized on many fire trucks today.

Ford Quadricycle (replica)-1896

Ford Quadricycle (replica)-1896

While a young man, Henry Ford took a job with the Edison Illuminating Company in Detroit, Michigan.  While serving as Edison’s chief engineer, Ford began building his first car.  Like other car makers of his day, he had no ready-made components with which to work.

Fram King Fulda- 1959

Fram King Fulda- 1959

The first examples of this model, in 1950, had a wooden frame with alloy panels; the next step was an all-steel body. By 1957, the body was fiberglass, giving the Fuldamobil a more handsome appearance.

  • Country of Origin: Sweeden
  • Elektromaschinbau Fulda GmbH
FSO Syrena 100-1958

FSO Syrena 100-1958

The Syrena was first shown to the Polish public in 1955 at the Poznan Trade Fair.  Production of the Syrena started in 1957, and continued to 1960 when the updated model was introduced.

Georges Irat- 1938

Georges Irat- 1938

The first appearance of the Irat name was in 1914 but there is no record of car production until 1921. Apart from the bodies, the whole of the car was made at the factory in France. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Georges Irat SA
Georges Irat- 1940

Georges Irat- 1940

The first appearance of the Irat name was in 1914 but there is no record of car production until 1921.

 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Automobiles Georges Irat SA
Glas 1700 GT- 1967

Glas 1700 GT- 1967

The Frua-designed 1300 and 1700 Coupe and Cabriolet were halo vehicles for Glas. Even though Glas was one of Germany’s smallest automakers, the GT series were very influential, marrying Italian design and German engineering in a marketable, successful package for arguably the first time. 

Goggomobil Dart- 1960

Goggomobil Dart- 1960

Bill Buckle of Sydney, Australia, was a distributor of the German Goggomobil in the late 1950s. In an effort to get away from the punishing import taxes imposed by Australia, he found it cheaper to import the chassis and then build his own fiberglass body.  

  • Country of Origin: Australia
  • Buckle Motors Pty Ltd.
Goggomobil T300- 1958

Goggomobil T300- 1958

Hans Glas and his son Andreas began producing scooters in their agricultural repair shop in Germany shortly after World War II. Their first product, the Goggo scooter, named for Hans’ youngest son, was an instant success as it met a demand for low-cost vehicles in the economically depressed country.

 

 

Goliath Atlas- 1934

Goliath Atlas- 1934

Hansa was founded in 1905 to build light cars. The company merged with Lloyd in 1914 and built commercial vehicles. Carl Borgward became involved with cars and commercial vehicles in the 1920s and merged with Hansa-Lloyd in 1929. 

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Hansa-Lloyd and Goliath-Werke Borgward & Tecklenbur
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