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The Organ
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Abandoned Cinema
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1964 Goggomobil (03)
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Goggomobil was a series of microcars produced in the Bavarian town Dingolfing after World War II by Glas.

Glas produced three models on the Goggomobil platform: the Goggomobil T sedan, the Goggomobil TS coupé, and the Goggomobil TL van. The engine was an air cooled, two stroke, two cylinder unit originally displacing 250 cc, but later available in increased sizes of 300 cc and 400 cc. It had an electric pre-selective transmission built by Getrag and a manual clutch. The engine was behind the rear wheels. Suspension was independent all round using coil springs with swing axles.

214,313 sedans, 66,511 coupés, and 3,667 Transporter vans and pickups were built from 1955 to 1969.

The Goggomobil TS 2+2 coupe was introduced at the 1957 IFMA show alongside the improved T sedan. It was available as the TS250, the TS300, and the TS400, the number reflecting the approximate engine size in cubic centimeters.

The only major design change to the TS coupe was the change from rear-hinged suicide doors to front-hinged conventional doors in 1964.

The TS coupe was always ten to twenty percent more expensive than the T sedan. Total production of TS coupes was 66,511.

(Wikipedia)

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Das Goggomobil war ein Kleinstwagen (Rollermobil) der Hans Glas GmbH in Dingolfing, das von 1955 bis 1969 in verschiedenen Versionen hergestellt wurde.

Vorgestellt wurde das Goggomobil im Jahr 1954 auf der Internationalen Fahrrad- und Motorrad-Ausstellung (IFMA) in Köln, die ersten Serienfahrzeuge rollten am 19. Januar 1955 vom Band. Es war eine kleine viersitzige Limousine; das Design der Karosserie orientierte sich an herkömmlichen Automobilen.

Neben der Limousine wurde von 1957 bis 1969 eine Coupé-Variante unter der Bezeichnung TS angeboten, ein Zweisitzer mit zwei zusätzlichen Not- bzw. Kindersitzen und Panorama-Heckscheibe.

(Wikipedia)