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Tempo G1200- 1937

Tempo G1200- 1937

The first vehicles produced by Vidal under the Tempo name were 3-wheeled delivery vans, starting in 1926. By 1933, the company was producing a 2-seater passenger model powered by a 200cc single-cylinder engine. 

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • Vidal & Sohn Tempo Werk
Tempo Viking-1955

Tempo Viking-1955

In the years following World War I, German’s economy was in a slump, with economic sanctions placed by the Treaty of Versailles. Max Vidal and Sohns, previously a fire-fighting equipment supplier to German’s coal industry, changed focus in 1926 to building automobiles.

Think City-2011

Think City-2011

Sorry, no description available at this time.

Towne Shopper-1948

Towne Shopper-1948

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Toyota Sera-1992

Toyota Sera-1992

With a design inspired by a drop of water and doors that, in turn, later inspired the McLaren F1, the Toyota Sera has staked its place in the automotive design world. The Sera made its debut at the 1987 Tokyo Motor Show as a concept car called ADX-II.

Toyota SP-94 World Sports Racer- 1996

Toyota SP-94 World Sports Racer- 1996

The World Sports Racing Series was formed in Vista, California, in 1994 by former TRD (Toyota Racing Development) engineer Kevin Singleton. His vision was to build a purpose-built, reliable race car to run in its own spec series

Toyota Sports 800- 1967

Toyota Sports 800- 1967

The Sports 800 was Toyota's first sports car, paving the way for the 2000GT, AE86/Levin, and the recent Scion FR-S/Toyota GT86.

  • Country of Origin: Japan
  • Toyota Motor Works
Trabant 601-1964

Trabant 601-1964

The Trabant is a small car built by the Nationalized Auto Industry in East Germany. In the late 1950s, this vehicle emerged and became the symbol of Eastern transportation--the Trabant.

Trabant 601P (convertible)- 1975

Trabant 601P (convertible)- 1975

The Trabant is a small car built by the Nationalized Auto Industry in East Germany. In the late 1950s, this vehicle emerged and became the symbol of Eastern transportation--the Trabant.

Trabant P 70-1958

Trabant P 70-1958

The Trabant P 70 was the first people's car made in East Germany after WWII.  The body of the P 70 is made of Duraplast, which is a mixture of fabric and resin that is pressed into a mold.

Triumph Spitfire 1500-1980

Triumph Spitfire 1500-1980

The Triumph Spitfire was introduced at the 1962 London Motor Show.  The Spitfire was based on the Standard Triumph mechanicals, and the body was designed by Giovanni Michelotti.

Triumph TR8- 1980

Triumph TR8- 1980

The Triumph name originated on bicycles in the 1880s. Motorcycles were added in 1902. The first car appeared in 1923.

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • British Leyland Ltd.; BL Cars Ltd.
TriVan pickup 4 wheels-1963

TriVan pickup 4 wheels-1963

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Trivan-1963

Trivan-1963

The first Trivan rolled off the assembly line in Frackville, PA on March 14th, 1963, to much hoopla. Governor Scranton drove Trivan #1 off the line, and the promise of revitalizing the area around Schuykill was about to be realized – but only for a short time.

Trojan RE-1931

Trojan RE-1931

The Trojan automobile was a rare example of an unconventional, and in many ways old-fashioned, design which nevertheless sold well and had a loyal following among British motorists. Leslie H. Hounsfield produced his first car in 1913 with a focus on the simplicity of driving and easy maintenance.

TVE (Teilhol Véhicules Electrique) Citadine- 1974

TVE (Teilhol Véhicules Electrique) Citadine- 1974

TVE released its first production model in 1972 with the three-wheeled Citadine electric car. The Citadine’s exterior design was inspired by earlier “bubble cars’ like BMW’s Isetta, although it’s front-opening door was hinged at the top.

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