Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Elektromaschinenbau: 1957 Fuldamobil S-7 Microcar

The micro car market has seen some inflation in the past few years, which is strange because they were the spiders of the insect world -- small, hidden front sight, and terrifying.  Nothing about the actual experience of driving a micro car has changed much in the past few years, but the prices have certainly gone up. Find this 1957 Fuldamobile S-7 Microcar offered for $14,800 in Little Rock, AR via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


From the seller:
1957 Fuldamobil S-7 
condition: good 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
1957 FULDAMOBIL S-7: The Fuldamobil, named after the German town of Fulda was one of the first microcars built after WWII. In its final iteration, the S-7 (Series 7) was its most accomplished yet with its 198 Sachs engine, 2 stroke 9 1/2 HP engine, 4 forward gears, 3 wheels and its beautiful teardrop shape. This unique and very rare Fulda was built in Haelsingburg, Sweden. Fun like a BMW Isetta, the little bubblecar runs and drives good. Offered at the firm price of $14800. Serious Interested Parties Only. No solicitations from outside sales assistants.


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1 comment:

  1. Rather pretty from that rear 3/4 view. Butter face.....

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