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  • 1958 Goggomobil Dart from the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum [Photo: RM Auctions]

    How much would you pay for a car that could fit in the bed of most pickup trucks? If that car is a 1958 FMR Tg500 Tiger, like a Messerschmitt with four wheels, the answer is $280,000. Well, you might not pay that personally, but somebody did, as hundreds of microcars were auctioned at the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in Georgia. It's set a World Record for microcar sales, but it was by no means the only expensive vehicle to cross the auction block. Between vehicles and memorabilia, the entire collection is estimated to have sold for just under $8 million. Several vehicles alone sold for well...

  • 1959 Glas Isard 400 Coupe from the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum [Photo: RM Auctions]
    Classic Microcars To Be Auctioned On February 15

    If you've heard of a 1951 Atlas Babycar, 1954 Cuno Bistram or a 1956 Eshelman Deluxe Adult Sport Car, you've probably visited The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in Madison, Georgia. Filled with the tiniest, oddest cars you could ever contemplate, the museum was a shrine to the largest collection of...

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