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All about Harrington Group: classic scooters, classic car bumpers, car interiors, superior children's toys

Isetta - Two of a Kind

Harrington BB Prototype It may look familiar- however this microcar is brand new. It has a steel body, a steel tubular chassis, and is a 4 wheel drive electric car. It uses the latest hub motors, (one motor in each wheel).

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Dinky cars: Andy Carter with some of his classics

Cars for kids have just got a whole lot more expensive. These vintage, child-size Ferraris are provi... - Harrington Group

Ferrari 250 california spyder spider car children kid replica half sized luxury petrol ride on harrington junior cars

These Junior Cars are an Ideal Initial Experience for a Child to Develop a First-Hand Relationship with Inertia, Momentum and Traction. #99Luxuries #JuniorCars #Harrington #LuxuryToys

These Junior Cars are an Ideal Initial Experience for a Child to Develop a First-Hand Relationship with Inertia, Momentum and Traction.

Romisetta

1957 BMW Isetta 300 - One of the coolest tiny cars ever made - my father had one & I remember you only could open it from the front (the steering wheel was installed in that door)

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Buick Motorama Le Sabre Poster 24in x36in

Buick Motorama Le Sabre Poster 24in x36in

1951 Buick Le Sabre concept car - here driven by fabled designer Harley Earl

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The Messerschmitt or Kabinenroller (Cabin Scooter), was a three-wheeled bubble car designed by the aircraft engineer Fritz Fend and produced in the factory of the German aircraft manufacturer Messerschmitt from 1955 to

Austin Zanda

British Leyland / Austin Zanda styling study by designer Harris Mann, who went on to style the similarly ‘wedgy’ Austin.

1935 Avions Voisin C28 Aérosport

No, we probably don’t have the dough necessary for the Voisin, but who cares?There are six big auctions going on during the Monterey Car Week Aug.

1957 Jurisch Motoplan – This prototype was the vision of engineer and motorcycle racer Carl Jurisch. The German saw the benefits of a vehicle that could combine the a car and a motorcycle. It utilized Messerschmitt and Heinkel components, and was used by Jurisch for a short time before he sent it to the US in an attempt to market the car. It sat unloved in Florida until the 1970s when a microcar collector purchased it and was able to track the car’s mysterious and fascinating history.

“coffeenuts: Microcar Jurisch Motoplan Prototype 1957 - 1 by Fine Cars on…

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