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This is a list of microcars by country of origin. This list excludes cars over 700 cc and cars where production or manufacture ended before 1945. Microcars have been defined as "very compact, small-engined cars, designed for use in large cities, especially in Japan". even though in Japan such cars are known as kei cars.
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The Microcar Museum is now selling off a handful of the microcars they brought back from Germany. Here three of the cars are loaded onto their container to make the long journey to America. Of the 21 cars, the Microcar Museum is currently selling 8 of them. These microcars were originally collected by a Mr. Berger for his car museum. He opened his Automuseum in 1976, but three short years later he passed away. A few of the most noteworthy ones for sale include a 1958 Goggomobile Transporter, a 1947 Julien (which there are only 6 known to exist), and a 1950’s P. Vallee Chantecler.
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As for books, the best I've seen is probably "The Complete History of the Japanese Car" by Marco Ruiz. There was not one book on Japanese cars of any vintage.
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Last updated: December 1, 2018. Things finally started getting interesting again toward the end of the Middle Ages. In 1335, Dutchman Guido von Vigevano drew sketches of a "Windwagen"
Last updated: December 1, 2018. In 1335, Dutchman Guido von Vigevano drew sketches of a "Windwagen". It had the three key parts of a modern car: an engine (spinning windmill sails), a set of wheels, and gears to transfer power between them