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The Schlörwagen “pillbug." 2

karl schlör, 1939 schlörwagen pillbug, drag coefficient of due to the start of WWII this car was not produced; the only one made was confiscated by the British after the war and never seen again

'36 Schlörwagen Pillbug

Karl Schlör and his invention, the incredibly aerodynamic 1939 Schlörwagen Pillbug. The car achieved an impressive drag coefficient (Cd) of unbelievably low even for today. Due to the start of WWII this car was not produced, and the only one made

BMW 3.0 CSI. Not quite a classic but a 70's masterpiece

bmw csi, denny's car – useful for depicting enzo's ride-along/"one more lap"

Messerschmitt KR 200 Sport, 1959

Dan Neil on Microcars

1959 Messerschmitt KR 200 Sport typically more than of a car's energy is used just to move itself, The Carless Class is defined by eliminating this old fashioned "car equation." Vehicles in The Carless Class still have a full fairing but often just 3

Elektromaschinenbau Fulda GmbH

Microcars worth big bucks at museum auction - 1956 Fuldamobil - CNNMoney

weskennedy:    Teletubby transport.  pinto:    Brutsch Mopetta

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:

1941 Ford Western Flyer. Very cool.

Chance to Own a Piece of ID History: Brooks-Stevens-designed 1941 Ford Western Flyer Goes Up on the Block -

The 1958 Ferrari TR, or 250 Testa Rossa

Ralph Lauren’s 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa. - damn you Ralph Lauren

Shelby 427 Cobra: Pinterest / Twitter : #Mblakeirl

Classic Car: 1954 Pontiac Bonneville Special Ferrari vs Lamborghini - The The Vintage Car. Ferrari vs Lamborghini - The Ultimate Car heaven

Dodge Deora - 1965

Dodge concept car every guy my age remembers this car from the first hot wheels series that came out . this was so cool it was the first hot wheels car that i stole.


futuremobile -- no doors needed (actually it's a photoshopped image of a 1970 Chrysler New Yorker by Beni Bischof in a series titled "Handicapped Cars")