1956 Valle Chantecler . . . this sort of thing was much more common in post-WWII Europe than here; people could only afford things like motorcycles and microcars. In the US, the Nash Metropolitan was about it, until VW invaded in the early Sixties with the Beetle.

VW Pea

Pontiac Club de Mer Dream Car, 1956

Lambretta TV175 Scooter Outfit by kenjonbro, via Flickr

A concept car, by Volkswagen, that travels by using magnetic force to float...

what i would drive if i lived in florida & was 80.

1959 Scootacar Mk I... the greatest car ever! It's a red m & m!!!

The A.L.F.A 40/60 HP was a race and road car made by A.L.F.A (later called Alfa Romeo). Its top speed was 125 km/h (78 mph). 40/60 HP production and development was interrupted by the First World War, but resumed briefly afterwards. Giuseppe Campari won the 1920 and 1921 races at Mugello with this ca

smart car + camper

1956 Paul Vallée 125cc Microcar

1956 Heinkel Kabine 153

So dang cute!

1951 Hoffman

1947 TATRA T-87

This has to be one of the strangest cars I've ever seen. 1956 Pontiac Club de Mer.

Messerschmitt bubble car, 1954. Hot for #sport cars #luxury sports cars #ferrari vs lamborghini| http://ferrari-vs-lamborghini-814.blogspot.com

1933 Dymaxion ~ The Dymaxion car was designed by Buckminster Fuller in the early 1930s. Its name was a composite of the words ‘dynamic’, ‘maximum’ and ‘ion.’ The three-wheeled Dymaxion Car had rear steering and front-wheel drive powered by a Ford engine. The car could transport up to 11 passengers, reach speeds of up to 90mph, and ran 30 miles to the gallon.

1971 Starstreak Motorhome...

1956 DeSoto Fireflite two-door Sportsman. "Designed for the super-highway age."

Microcar Peel P50 - 1964 - 1