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    Goggomobil: Das Ding aus Dingolfing

    The 66 year old Hans Glas had some guests in his villa at Dingolfing. “We are simple Bavarian entrepreneurs” he started his conversation at the dinner table. “But if you see how many copies of the Goggomobil we have sold in recent months, we can celebrate with a nice meal.” The Goggomobil had four More

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    The Goggomobil Dart. Rare Australian with German microgenes

    Suddenly a very special microcar appeared on the horizon. Or rather: it showed off in front of the facade of garage Benthem in Noordwolde, Friesland. A fiberglass shell without doors, painted in a beautiful blue color, and fitted with rally shields that testify to participation in the Liège-Brescia-Liège rally. The wheel covers with Glass logo More

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    At the front of the file

    'In the past' it was known that if there was a traffic jam, a DAF or one Citroën 2CV had to drive in front. The Goggomobil had already largely disappeared from the streets by then, so the chance that such a simmering thing caused the traffic jam was virtually impossible. That the German owner of the Goggomobil depicted herein More

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    Goggomobil T250

    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. More