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Gasoline prices are on the rise, even on the stuff in the tanks at the gas stations now. This is in anticipation of higher crude oil prices due to political unrest. Rather than try to figure that out, it might be a good time to pick up this 1964 Voisin Biscuter in anticipation of increased austerity measures. Originally named the Biscooter, the microcar was one of the last cars designed by Voisin, to help get a devastated Europe rolling again after World War II. From the seller’s description:
This was post-war Europe, where transportation was precious as were resources and gasoline. Voisin’s Biscuter was powered by a 197cc two-stroke single made by Hispano-Villiers. It drove a single wheel (the right front through a three-speed gearbox. The chassis is an aluminum monocoque with four-wheel independent suspension and a combination of transmission and rear-wheel brakes.
Incroyable! According to the seller, the microcar is in running condition. It looks like there’s plenty of room for a driver, a passenger, and perhaps a few baguettes or biscuits.
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