Why would anyone drive a microcar?


What makes microcars so unique? Believe it or not, it’s about more than just their size, it’s also about the total driving experience.

Of course, when it comes to something like an open-top Messerschmitt KR200–courtesy the collection of Patty Schwarze–that experience is often both enjoyable and terrifying all at the same time.

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frenchyd MegaDork
4/18/23 9:30 a.m.

Well Done!!   
   What a lot of people fail to understand the pure joy of stuff like Brass radiator cars. 
   Cars for the race of Gentlemen are slow but fast enough that they are scary.   
       Vintage racing a car that won't go over 75 mph  like a 54 horsepower. a MGT series  is actually thrilling. You don't have to race one of those or any low powered car to have fun.  With the MG it has cut away doors that you can reach down and touch the pavement.  A 30 mph corner seems like  you're racing.  

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