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1964 NECKAR WEINSBERG

Th­ese cheeky lit­tle Neckars were built in Ger­many by NSU from 19591963. They were built from par­tially as­sem­bled Fiat 500 bod­ies, but had dif­fer­ent panels and Fiat 1100 rear lights. Two ver­sions were avail­able, the stylish coupé, as here, or the more prac­ti­cal limousette.

1957 STEYR-PUCH 500

This Fiat 500 vari­ant was pro­duced by Aus­trian ve­hi­cle maker, Steyr Puch, us­ing the com­pany’s own 13bhp flat-twin en­gine which was ap­par­ently smoother than Fiat’s own, mak­ing the car more suited to Aus­tria’s moun­tain­ous roads. This preprduc­tion model is chas­sis num­ber three and be­lieved to be the old­est sur­viv­ing ex­am­ple.

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