aeronca65t
aeronca65t Dork
2/1/11 5:31 p.m.

Here's a cool little egg. Originally made in Germany (by Fulda) and then licensed to Noble in the UK. Also various versions (some below) built in Chile, Argentina, Greece, Sweden and Holland

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Bambino

Bambino Sport

Bambi Pickup

Fulda

Alta

blackrabbit
blackrabbit New Reader
2/1/11 8:06 p.m.

this is really cool!!! thanks for posting. if you like this then ck the link and go on the virtual tour.. so many micros it boggles the mind!

http://microcarmuseum.com/

wcelliot
wcelliot HalfDork
2/1/11 9:02 p.m.

I've had my hands on a Noble... helped a little microcar museum in Nashville import it... real basket case. ;-)

Almost had my hands on another. Old guy in Milwaukee had both an AC Petite (only one I'd ever seen... was a "civilian" version of their hand control invalid carriage) and a Fulda. I had likely the only AC Acedes MK12 (invalid carriage) in the US and externally the cars were almost twins.

I tried to convince him that the cars should be in the same collection... that he should sell me the Petite or buy my Acedes. His son wouldn't allow either... and after the old gentlemen died, both cars just disappeared.

Bummer.

Bill

lasttr
lasttr New Reader
2/2/11 12:38 a.m.

I got a ride in a Noble M400 at Elkhart Lake a few years ago, and it didn't look anything like these...

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