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  • Part of the collection of the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in the USA
  • Extensive mechanical restoration in 2016/17
  • Recently repainted by the current owner
  • Located in Biella, Italy

The Attractions

One of the most famous protagonists of the Microcar Revolution - and considered by many to be one of the best of them all - the Goggomobil was built in good numbers by Hans Glas of Dingolfing over a period of 14 years. While the name sounded pleasant and amusing to English ears, it was decidedly less pleasant to French motorists. Consequently, many export examples were named 'Isard'.

Don't be fooled, though - this is a Goggomobil in its own right. The Goggomobil TS 2+2 coupé was presented at the IFMA show in 1957, available in 250, 300 and 400 variants - the different abbreviations indicated the car's engine capacity. Intended as higher-end models, even today these tiny and beautiful cars are still very attractive.

Formerly belonging to the famous collection of the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in Madison, Georgia, this Isard was sold in 2013 with other vehicles from the museum. Since then it has received extensive restoration and repainting, and has returned to live much closer to its places of origin - today it enjoys the sunny Italian climate, and is visibly maintained with great care and love.

History and Documentation

  • Produced in 1959
  • Formerly part of the collection of the Bruce Weiner Micro Car Museum Inc., USA
  • Purchased by the current owner on 15/02/2013 following the auction of the museum's cars
  • The five-digit odometer currently shows 06,884 km
  • Complete mechanical restoration and new paintwork in 2016/17
  • Accompanied by recent spare parts invoices from Uwe Staufenberg
  • Located in Biella, Italy
  • Not registered


  • The bodywork looks good, and was recently repainted in 2016/17
  • No dents, no notable corrosion or other defects
  • Wheels and tyres appear to be in excellent condition
  • Underbody is solid and well presented
  • Interior appears in good condition for its age
  • The interior has a surprisingly sporty feel with an attractive two-tone scheme
  • The upholstery is free of tears or other significant defects
  • Controls and switches work properly
  • Clear and efficient instrumentation

The Mechanics

  • Two-stroke 400 cc engine, the most desirable of those available for this car
  • Manual gearbox
  • Brakes have been serviced and we have been informed that they work well
  • We have been informed that steering and suspension are in good shape
  • No mechanical problems of any kind have been reported to us

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Vehicle specification
  • Year 1959
  • Make Glas
  • Model Goggomobil T600
  • Colour Blue
  • Odometer 884 Kilometres
  • Engine size 400
Listing Details
  • Seller Type Private
  • Town Biella
  • Location International
  • Country Italy

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