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List of microcars by country of origin: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Country Automobile Name Manufacturer Engine Make/Capacity Seats Year Other information
Argentina ArgentinaCorvill Pick UpCasa Biaghetti S.R.L., Rosario, Santa Fe Bailphac 350 cc31962-1963[1]
Argentina ArgentinaDe Carlo 200 'Minicar'Metalmecánica S.A.C José C. Paz, Buenos Aires 200 cc 2 1959[2] [3]
Argentina ArgentinaDinámica 60 Juan Montero e Hijo S.C.I. y F. Rosario, Santa Fe DKW 192 cc 3 1960-1962[4] [5]
Argentina ArgentinaDinarg D-200Dinámica Industrial Argentina SA, Córdoba Sachs LRD 200 191 cc 2+2 1959-1969[6][7]
Argentina ArgentinaFiat 600Fiat Concord S.A.C.I., Buenos Aires Fiat 633 cc41960-1962[6][8]
Argentina ArgentinaIAMA Joseso I.A.M.A. Castelar, Buenos Aires Villiers 200 cc 2 1959-1960[9] [10]
Australia AustraliaEdithGray & Harper Pty, Melbourne Villiers 197 cc 2 1953-1957 Using a 197cc rear mounted Villiers engine, a 4-speed gearbox and independent suspensionon all wheels, the Edith was produces in small numbers with about twelve 3-wheelers and four 4-wheelers were made. The low-slung aluminum 2-seater had a claimed top speed of 58mph and a claimed economy of 95mpg. [6]
Australia AustraliaGoggomobil DartBuckle Motors Pty Ltd, Sydney300 cc or 400 cc 21959-1962 Fibreglass body with imported Goggomobil components from Glas in Dingolfing, Germany[11]
Australia AustraliaLightburn ZetaLightburn, AdelaideVilliers 324 cc or Sachs 493 cc (roadster model only) 21964-1965 Sedan, Roadster and Utility models made.
Austria AustriaFelber AutorollerA. Felber & Co, Vienna Rotax 398 cc 2 1952-1953 [6][12]
Austria AustriaHaflingerSteyr-Daimler-Puch Spezialfahrzeug GmbH, Steyr646 cc 2 1959-1974 Light weight Four-wheel drive vehicle
Austria AustriaLibelleInnsbruck 2 1954
Austria AustriaMöveVienna Based on Felber Autoroller rolling chassis

ReferencesEdit

  1. "(Spanish) Casa Biaghetti S.R.L.". www.cocheargentino.com.ar. Retrieved on 2018-02-03.
  2. "(Spanish) METALMECÁNICA S.A.I.C". Coche Argentino. Retrieved on 2007-10-01.
  3. "(Spanish) Company Profile". Autitos Rosarinos. Retrieved on 2007-09-16.
  4. "(Spanish) Juan Montero e Hijo S.C.I. y F.". Coche Argentino. Retrieved on 2018-02-03.
  5. "(Spanish) Company Profile". Coche Argentino. Retrieved on 2018-02-03.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Georgano, G.N. (Editor) (1982). Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars. London: Ebury Press. ISBN 0-85223-234-9. 
  7. "(Spanish) Dinarg". www.auto-historia.com.ar. Retrieved on 2007-11-03.
  8. "(Spanish) FIAT SOMECA CONCÓRD S.A.C.I.". www.cocheargentino.com.ar. Retrieved on 2007-11-20.
  9. "(Spanish) I.A.M.A.". Coche Argentino. Retrieved on 2018-02-03.
  10. "(Spanish) Company Profile". Coche Argentino. Retrieved on 2018-02-03.
  11. "Company Profile". Bill Buckle Volkswagen. Retrieved on 2007-09-16.
  12. Vokins, Stephen (2004). Weird Cars. Sparkford: Haynes Publishing. ISBN 1844250989. 
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