Home built microcar by Gerber László
In 1961, Gerber László of Kispest, head of the Red Star Tractor Factory, designed and built a dwarf car most of his own in the basement of his house, but was also assisted by two tractor factory workers, Oravecz and Jákói in locksmith and bodywork. The body has room for 2 adults + one small child. A 250 kg aluminum plate body car was driven by a 150 cm³ Czetka engine, located between the two front seats, with thermal and acoustic insulation. It used unusual two-piece doors.
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