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Skoda 110R

Skoda 110R

Lola MK6 GT Car 8 1480x988 1963 Lola Mk6 GT

1963 Lola Mk6 GT

wildbutgentleman: doyoulikevintage: 1963 Lola GT Wild but Gentleman

Who doesn't want a super cute pink car?

fiat 500 vintage - Bing Images This pink car with wicker seats has my name ALL OVER IT.

simca 8 LM39

gordini 1939 simca type 8 - the history of cars - exotic cars - customs - hot rods - classic cars - vintage cars

Fiat 1100E Stanguellini Berlinetta By Bertone 1951

Fiat Stanguellini Berlinetta By Bertone 1951

Fiat-Moretti 850 Sportiva

1967 - 1971 Fiat Moretti 850 Sportiva: gallery, full history and specifications

Micromobiles: 1949 Fiat 500C Topolino, 1959 Vespa 400, 1959 Messerschmitt KR200

Shades of blue Micromobiles: 1949 Fiat Topolino, 1959 Vespa 1959 Messerschmitt // classic and vintage car design

The best looking Japanese car ever produced. 1967 Toyota 2000GT

1967 Toyota 2000GT

The best looking Japanese car ever produced. 1967 Toyota - Car World Today

1958 750 Abarth Zagato " Double Bubble " ✔️

1956 Fiat Abarth 750 GT 'Double Bubble' by Carrozzeria Zagato

The Brütsch Mopetta was the smallest in a series of microcars designed by Egon Brütsch. The Mopetta was an egg-shaped, single-seat, three-wheeler, with a single wheel at the front. It had an open roadster type fiberglass body, although at least one car had a detachable, transparent, folding hood. The car used a 50 cc (3 cu in) ILO V50 engine with a pull start and with an integral three-speed gearbox. Top speed was tested at 22 mph (35 km/h), with an average fuel consumption of 111 mpg-imp…

Latest drawing: Our monster's driving a Brütsch Mopetta , which I first saw in this picture in Object's Top 20 Bubble Car list. What a lovely little car, what a fine little pipe chappie. Gosh, it makes a good wind-up toy noise, too:

1947 Bentley Mark VI Cabriolet

The 1947 Bentley Mark VI Cabriolet, with a custom body by Franay, will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson. This most unique and valuable postwar Bentley on the planet was created exclusively for the 1947 Paris Auto Show.