Ferenc Grósz Dwarf Car
In the late 1950s, Ferenc Grósz from Hungary and his older son, Ferenc Grósz Jr., made another small car.
“We often drove to Lake Balaton with these three-seater vehicle. 250 cc Pannonia’s engine was used. The car had a starter. It went smoothly at a speed of eighty kilometers. Of course, everyone admired it.” tells András Grósz, younger son.
The car looked a bit strange. It had a sloping front end with a “sad” grille and no roof or doors. The wheels were so small that they were practically invisible in the wheel arches.
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