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Cars

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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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.

Otas 820 Grand Prix- 1971

Otas 820 Grand Prix- 1971

Otas offered two FIAT-based sports cars–most were based on a FIAT 500, 850 or 128. While this car was more costly than FIAT’s 850 coupé, it was far more exclusive.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Francis-Lombardi-Vercelli
P.G.O. Hemera- 2011

P.G.O. Hemera- 2011

Brothers Gilles and Olivier Prévôt began P.G.O. (Prévôt Gilles et Olivier) Automobiles in 1985, but production started in earnest in 2000, building Porsche 356-inspired sports cars. 

Panhard 24BT-1966

Panhard 24BT-1966

Panhard & Levassor was one of the oldest car manufacturers in the world. They started car production in 1891. Before WWII Panhard was well known for its large luxurious cars.

Panhard Dyna Junior- 1954

Panhard Dyna Junior- 1954

This French manufacturer built its first motorcar in 1891. In the early days of the automobile, the company led the way in French car design and motor racing. By the 1930s, Panhard had become known for its medium sized and touring cars. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Sté Anonyme des Anciens Établissements, Panhard
Panhard Dyna X85- 1950

Panhard Dyna X85- 1950

The Panhard Dyna X series of autos was quite a departure for Panhard et Levassor, maker of large luxury cars prior to WWII.

Panhard Dyna Z-1954

Panhard Dyna Z-1954

The Dyna Z model debuted in 1954. Panhard had been using wind tunnel testing for years, and utilized the latest methods to develop the car’s slippery shape.

Panhard Ghia-Aigle- 1954

Panhard Ghia-Aigle- 1954

This car is a one-off prototype built by Ghia-Aigle of Lugano, Switzerland for the 1954 Geneva Auto Show. The body is hand-formed aluminum and the chassis and drivetrain are identical to the Panhard Dyna Jr found nearby. 

  • Country of Origin: Switzerland
  • Ghia-Aigle
Panhard Levassor 6 DS RL- 1933

Panhard Levassor 6 DS RL- 1933

René Panhard and Emilé Levassor built their first car in 1890, a mid-engined, back-to-back horseless carriage. The following year, they built what many consider to be the first modern car, in terms of architecture: front mounted engine, clutch mounted between the engine and gearbox, and a driven rear axle.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Panhard & Levassor
Panhard PL17 Saloon- 1961

Panhard PL17 Saloon- 1961

In 1891, Panhard built a batch of 4 identical cars, followed by series after series of increasing numbers. Although Benz and Daimler built cars earlier, they were isolated examples.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Sté Anonyme des Anciens Établissements, Panhard
Panhard-Levassor 6 CS Panoramique- 1936

Panhard-Levassor 6 CS Panoramique- 1936

The 6 CS Panoramique sedan debuted in 1934, introducing small quarter windows to the A-pillar in order to improve outward visibility (hence the “Panoramic” name). This car would have been considered a high-end luxury car of its time. 

PCD Saxon Race Car- 2002

PCD Saxon Race Car- 2002

In 2000, Martin Ogilvie designed a car for the British Hillclimb series. This series has one rule - engine size. Martin focused on making the car as light as possible (460 pounds) and took every aspect of this car to the edge.

  • Country of Origin: England
  • Martin Ogilvie, Prototype Car Designs
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