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|ISETTA OWNERS CLUB of
G.B. Ltd. Members tell us that one of the main
reasons for joining the Club is to solve the problem of obtaining spare parts. It is the
aim of the Club to establish and maintain a good spares service for the re-manufacture and
purchase of stocks from specialist suppliers. We also attempt to bring together Isetta
owners either by way of regular meetings or rallies, or simply by way of a Club magazine.
are one of the longest running car clubs in the U.K. and certainly THE oldest
club for vehicles that are now known as "Micro-cars". Within our membership
every model of Bond is represented: Mark A to Mark G Minicars, Equipes, 875's and Bugs.
The club has members who own the rare Bond Scooters and Bond Trailer Tents and it also
acts as an unofficial register for the Lawrie Bond designed B.A.C. Minibyke.
|Click below to follow the evolution of the Bond Minicar from the first prototype,
which became the somewhat Spartan production Mk A model of 1948, through to the
immeasurably improved Mk G models which finally ceased production in 1966 - some 26,500
by Nick Wotherspoon
October 2001 was the official foundation date of the circle of friends at Duffel (a small
town near Antwerpen).
Meanwhile there are over 20 active members.
They also set the rule that only cars with maximum 700 cc were allowed to join the club.
The members, support and help each other with all the problems they encounter.
It's an enthusiastic group of people who share the same interest, That's to keep the cars on the road. Every second Friday of the month there are gatherings and meetings in Duffel.
|Jim Hacking's site featuring his cars and available new body panels for microcars. http://www.micro-car.net/70050/info.php?p=1&pno=0|
|Love them or loathe them the 3-wheeler, Cyclle-car or even Tri-car, has had an important imact in the developement of the present day motor car. From the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution to the Concept cars of the future, these vehicles can hold their headlamps up with pride. They were present at the birth of motoring and possibly may well be the the answer to the future with the constant depletion of the Earths energy resources. The aim of this web site is to build an online catalogue of all 3 wheeled vehicles manufactured from the invention of Cugnots first steam powered 3-wheeler in 1769 to present day. If you have a 3-wheeled vehicle that is not listed in any of these pages please let me know and I will add it. I hope that you enjoy your visit..... Elvis http://www.3wheelers.com|
|Who are we? The Micro Maniacs were formed as the East Yorkshire Micro Maniacs in 1989 when a few microcar enthusiasts in the East Riding got together to form a fun club. The Maniacs have grown a little and now have around 250 members as far afield as Wigan, (well New Zealand actually Wigan always seems a bit foreign). We welcome all microcars and all shapes and sizes of micronaut. The common theme is to enjoy the cars and not take ourselves TOO seriously. http://www.micromaniacsclub.co.uk/|