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Cars

Austin-Healey Sprite- 1967

Austin-Healey Sprite- 1967

The Austin-Healey Sprite was the entry level British sports car in the 1960s. The Austin-Healey Sprite Mark IV represents the final development of the Sprite line.

 

Austin-Healey Sprite- 1967

Austin-Healey Sprite- 1967

The Austin-Healey Sprite was the entry level British sports car in the 1960s. The Mark IV represents the final development of the Sprite line.

Auto Red Bug with Aerothrust Engine- 1924

Auto Red Bug with Aerothrust Engine- 1924

In 1916, the A.O. Smith Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, introduced an inexpensive buckboard-style cycle car called the Flyer. The Guinness Book of World Records lists the Flyer/ Auto Red Bug as the least expensive production car of all time, citing a 1922 ad that listed them for $125.

Auto Union 1000 SP-1962

Auto Union 1000 SP-1962

The name DKW comes from “Dampf-Kraft-Wagen” which translates to “steam-powered vehicle.” It carries this name because the first vehicle its Danish designer, J.S. Rasmussen, built, was a light steam car.

Auto Union 1000- 1958

Auto Union 1000- 1958

The name DKW comes from “Dampf-Kraft-Wagen” which translates to “steam powered vehicle.”It carries this name because the first vehicle its Danish designer, J.S. Rasmussen built was a light steam car. 

Auto Union 1000- 1961

Auto Union 1000- 1961

The name DKW comes from “Dampf-Kraft-Wagen” which translates to “steam powered vehicle.” It carries this name because the first vehicle its Danish designer, J.S. Rasmussen built was a light steam car.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Auto Union GmbH
Auto Union Monza- 1959

Auto Union Monza- 1959

The Monza seen here is one of a handful of survivors, out of an unknown total production numbering fewer than 240. Being such a low-volume car, it is what the British would refer to
as a “Bitsa” – it has a bit o’ this, and a bit o’ that…
Auto Union Munga- 1958

Auto Union Munga- 1958

After WWII, the German government sponsored a competition between Borgward, Porsche, and DKW to find a suitable military replacement for the Land Rovers they had used before the war.

  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Auto Union GmbH
Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica Wagon- 1970

Autobianchi Bianchina Panoramica Wagon- 1970

The principal derivative of the Fiat Nuevo 500 was the Autobianchi Bianchina. A chic, upmarket product conceived in parallel with the Fiat 500, the Autobianchi firm was part-owned (and later fully-owned) by Pirelli and Fiat.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • FIAT
Autobianchi Bianchina Trasformable- 1960

Autobianchi Bianchina Trasformable- 1960

Autobianchi was founded in January 1955 with the signing of an agreement between Fiat, Pirelli and Bianchi to produce a small, Fiat 500-based car. The result was the Bianchina, first shown in 1957.

Autonacional Biscuter-100-1956

Autonacional Biscuter-100-1956

The Biscuter, or ‘Zapatilla’ (little shoe) as it was known in Spain, was actually built to the design of the French engineer Gabriel Voisin. ‘Biscooter’, the French name, was in itself a playful name for a car the size of two scooters.

Autozam AZ-1- 1993

Autozam AZ-1- 1993

During Japan’s “Bubble Economy” (1986-1991), the nation’s car manufacturers enjoyed a bit of freedom in their car designs. Cars designed for smaller and smaller niche markets were financially feasible during this period.

B.S.A. TW33-10- 1934

B.S.A. TW33-10- 1934

The water cooled 4-cylinder B.S.A. was introduced at the 1932 Olympia Motor Show in England. The car was an instant success, as buyers were eager to have a quieter, smoother car that was easier to start than the original 2-cylinder car, although it was heavier and not as powerful. 

B.S.A. TW33-9 Special Sports- 1933

B.S.A. TW33-9 Special Sports- 1933

Birmingham Small Arms was started in 1861. Its main products were machine guns, shotguns and rifles. In 1880 B.S.A. also started to build bicycles. B.S.A.’s first cars were produced in 1907, and cars made from 1907 to 1915 were of the conventional 4-wheel type. B.S.A. 

BAG Spatz- 1957

BAG Spatz- 1957

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Banham X99-1993

Banham X99-1993

Banham Conversions was a maker of kit cars. The company was started by Paul Banham who began his business by making conversions of existing cars.

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