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Made in Dingolfing after WWII by Glas

Goggomobil T250

Goggomobil was a series of microcars produced in the

Bavarian town Dingolfing after World War II by Glas.

Glas    produced    three    models    on    the    Goggomobil    platform:    the    Goggomobil    T    sedan,    the Goggomobil   TS   coupé,   and   the   Goggomobil   TL   van.   The   engine   was   an   air-cooled,   two-stroke, two-cylinder   unit   originally   displacing   250   cc,   but   later   available   in   increased   sizes   of   300   cc   and 400   cc.   It   had   an   electric   pre-selective   transmission   built   by   Getrag   and   a   manual   clutch.   The engine   was   behind   the   rear   wheels.   Suspension   was   independent   all   round   using   coil   springs   with swing axles. 214,313   sedans,   66,511   coupés,   and   3,667   Transporter   vans   and   pickups   were   built   from   1955   to 1969.

T Sedan

The    Goggomobil   T250    was    introduced    by    Glas    at    the    1954    IFMA    international    bicycle    and motorcycle   show.   The   T250   was   a   conventional-looking   two   door   sedan   with   a   rear-mounted   245 cc air-cooled two-stroke straight twin engine. Design   changes   were   made   to   the   T250   in   1957.   Two   windshield   wipers   were   used   instead   of   the earlier   system   with   one   wiper,   and   the   sliding   windows   in   the   doors   were   changed   to   wind-up windows. Also   at   this   time   the   T300   and   T400   became   available;   these   had   larger   engines   of   300 cc and 400 cc respectively. The   last   design   change   for   the   T   sedan   came   in   1964,   when   the   rear-hinged   suicide   doors   were replaced by conventional front-hinged doors. 214,313 sedans were built when production ended on 30 June 1969.


Engine 247 cc 2 cylinders Power 13,6 HP Top speed 85 km/h Lenght/width 2,9 m/1,28 m Weight 415 kg
Photos mainly by Matti Kreivilä. Historical facts and technical details of the vehicles provided by Wikipedia. Movies YouTube.