Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Originally designed by Egon Brutsch as a three-wheeler with no suspension on the single rear wheel, the Spatz (sparrow in German) project was redisgned to use four wheels with suspension in short order, sitting on a chassis designed by Hans Ledwinka of Tatra fame, and then marketed by Harald Friedrich badged simply as the Spatz before then moving to Victoria who further refined the design. The Victoria version was equally short lived as the market just would not support yet another tiny microcar and production ended of this version after just nine months. Itís a pretty little thing and the 250cc engine would allegedly propel it to 95km/h, which must have been character building. The model is neatly finished and matches photos of cars that survive today.
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Victoria 250 Spatz model by Premium Classixxs
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