Do not attempt to adjust your monitor — the images you are seeing are indeed true to life, but might be shocking to some viewers. Long before the Scion xB or Nissan Cube were introduced, there was a little car builder in Italy that figured out that a scooter powered car in France would sell like hot cakes. Find this 1980 Willam Fourgonnette here on eBay bidding for $1738 reserve-not-met located in Antibes, France with 4 days to go.
The original Lambretta-William (LAWIL) microcar was a tiny 2-seater powered by a 125 or 175cc scooter engine, but the Fourgonette was the commercial van version…that was also powered by a single asthmatic hamster with 3 legs and an attitude problem.
The 80 km/h speed is about as unrealistically optimistic a Hillary 2020 presidential campaign — but the idea of going anything over bike lane speeds in this mobile death trap
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