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Microcars Discussion / Isetta: latest known production vin number
« Last post by isetheink on February 21, 2017, 02:26:37 PM »
Is there anyone who knows how many cars that was produced the last year of production regarding Isetta 300?
What I'm trying to find out is the last isettas produced ever. Is there any chance to even find out?

Microcars Discussion / Re: BMW 600 piston ?
« Last post by friday on February 01, 2017, 02:13:21 PM »

just for record

std flat top piston

overall height = 78mm
diameter = 73.94mm
compression height = 47mm (centre of pin to crown)
wrist pin diameter = 20mm
Microcars Discussion / BMW 600 piston ?
« Last post by friday on January 23, 2017, 08:37:12 PM »
would any one know the compression height measurement from wrist pin to top edge of piston for 600 ?
thanks Paris
Microcars Discussion / Re: 1958 LLoyd Alexander question
« Last post by Lloydnut on January 19, 2017, 09:40:17 AM »
Parts are available here in the US and in Germany depending on what you want. The club will sell to non members, so no worries.
Get the car and have fun  8)
The Lloydnut
Microcars Discussion / Re: Was there really an electric Lloyd Alexander?
« Last post by Lloydnut on January 19, 2017, 09:36:25 AM »
No, It is definitely a conversion.

The Lloydnut
Microcars FOR SALE / Lloyd Alexander wanted
« Last post by GeneG on January 14, 2017, 08:53:33 PM »
Wanted - Lloyd Alexander, any model. Any condition considered.

Microcars Discussion / Was there really an electric Lloyd Alexander?
« Last post by GeneG on January 14, 2017, 07:58:42 PM »
I'm looking for a Lloyd and a fellow has one he wants to sell me that he says is electric. I figured it was a conversion of some sort, but he claims it's factory. In all my searches, and living in Germany 5 years, I never heard on an electric Lloyd. Or any other electric microcar in that era.
Microcars Discussion / Re: 1958 LLoyd Alexander question
« Last post by GeneG on January 14, 2017, 07:53:20 PM »
Did you buy the Alexander?  If not, I'm looking for one and would appreciate contact info. if you passed on it.

I had one many years ago. Today, looking around for Lloyds and Lloyd parts the seem pretty scarce. I think the secret would be to keep an eye out for parts cars and get your own stock. I didn't have mine long enough to learn what was critical. I can't imagine too many things that would be a big problem, though, if you're handy.
Microcars Discussion / 1947 Crosley video
« Last post by steveswamp on January 10, 2017, 12:08:41 PM »

I ran across this the other day...

There's a youtube channel called 'Rides with Chuck", and they recently did an episode with a 1947 Crosley. For those of us who haven't spent much up close time with Crosleys, it's a decent video. You get to see the car up close, and some of the features of it, and then they take it for a ride. I'm sure Crosley owners can point out a lot more info, but a good little video introduction to the cars.


Microcars Discussion / Goggomobil T 700
« Last post by goggomalta on January 05, 2017, 11:07:06 AM »
Hi, I am Frans Chetcuti from Malta Europe and I am new . I had my Goggomobil T700 for 13 years now but started to do some work about 5 years ago. Now it is nearly ready and only to attach the doors and bonnet and some electric left and should be ready for VRT ,which is done every 2 years.I had to buy an engine and 2 gearboxes from Germany and now are fitted. Looks like the gear lever is a bit whobbly, I do not know if i have a bit missing . I need an air cleaner as my car had an Baby Austin 850 engine on it and so no air cleaner .I have to buy one or swap it with one of two carburators bought by mistake. I also need a boot hinge GREY rubber or a pair. 

In Malta there is only 2 cars ,mine and another the same colour as mine and called ISAR and mine is GOGGOMOBIL 1959. Enclosed are some photos to explain.
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