By: the editors
Such miniature cars mobilized it after the 2e World War slow-moving traffic. 'Men' could arrive dry, albeit crackling and smoking, at the planned destination, at least if the only 250 cc measuring engine (or another component) did not fail on the way.
Such a Goggo dates back to the time when happiness was still common and savings were made for something like a car and people were careful with it. The Goggomobil pictured here, a T250 from presumably 1959 - with a right-hand steering wheel - survived for a long time and eventually ended up in a scrap yard in Ireland. He was almost the one shredder to be reincarnated in a refrigerator door, perhaps part of a Chinese or Japanese automobile. Saved on time, the little thing has fallen into the hands of an enthusiast who hopes to be able to make something of it. And that is a while ago. Whether it succeeded? That's the question, because the little thing was pretty rotten and incomplete too ...
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