2012-08-18: Microcar Museum, Madison, GA | http://microcarmuseum.com/
Jennifer's Mom grumbles: The car is too small :-)
A Berlin license plate!
Plywood body and imitation leather hood (the "band-aid bomber").
Note the door handle.
Regensburg's "Tiger". Top-speed: 130kmh.
The Maico, built in Pfaffingen-Tuebingen.
Note the back-door entry handle and the reversed back seat.
Stingy Germans: 2-for-1 parking.
The "Ossi" Trabant with caravan.
Body made from Duroplast (a fire hazard).
"Our new home!"
Steel body, chain-driven, room for 1 person.
100mph and 5 people in a 4-passenger car.
The license plate says "motorcycle."
A beautiful French fashion model.
Double wheels in the back.
A row of BMWs, the front one has room for kids in the back!
Motorized bicycle by the founder of the Sinclair computer (1970s!).
Fuji from Japan.
French commercial vans.
French, with real wood side panels.
Motobecane: Every age has its own ugliness :-)
Italian multi-use vehicle. Seats 6.
The blue one in the middle is a Benelli (distinguished Italian).
Great color scheme. (The "David": see next picture.)
French, with bucket seats that look like garden patio chairs.
Mercedes-Benz: Smart. EUR21,000 (production run: 2,000).
A row of British cars.
The tachometer goes to 70, but 70 WHAT?
Gogomobil-based delivery van.
The blue one was developed for the German postal service.
This Gogomobil model's production run: 260,000!
"Will the microcars come back?" "Don't know: I was looking for railroads here." :-)
The Courthouse in Madison, GA.