Loading...

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/weirdex/public_html/includes/functions_core.php on line 260
Weird Existence / Misc

Exotic Cars and Motorbikes



Misc | February 24, 2011 / views:
Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/weirdex/public_html/includes/functions_core.php on line 260
13,741

You know, I really like to dig around the net and search for some exotic and exclusive things; few days ago I've got an idea: to look for some relatively unknown cars. And, I've dug out few cars and motorcycles from countries that I didn't even know to have car industry. There are some brands that don't exist anymore, few of them have changed locations, and some of them still working. Also, I would like to expand this gallery with more cars and bikes, so suggestions are welcome.

Badsey Bullet

Made in South Africa's Badsey(1979–1983, then the company moved to the USA)

source

ICML Rhino RX

Made in ICML (International Cars & Motors Limited), in India

source

Khodro Runna

Iran Khodro Company, also known as IKCO, is the leading Iranian automaker with headquarters in Tehran.

source

Thai Rung Allroader

ThaiRung is the only Thai-based automobile manufacturer, established in 1967, assembling Isuzu, Nissan, and Chevrolet vehicles. In addition to assembly business, TRU manufacture its own brand car, under the name Thairung (also called TR), based on other small and medium truck platform.

source

DOK-ING XD

DOK-ING d.o.o is a large Croatian producer of unmanned multi-purpose vehicles established in 1992. DOK-ING is also developing a small electric city car called the XD.

source

Aro 10

ARO (for Auto Romania) was an off-road vehicle manufacturer located in Câmpulung-Muscel, Romania.

source

Skelta G-Force

G-Force Sports Cars was founded by Rob Grave in 1990 and is based in Kardinya, Western Australia. They currently produce Cobra replicas.

source

Matra MS9

Leitch Motorsport - New Zealand's car restorationers, established in 1986; with highly-skilled staff has provided full restoration of many cars.

source

AGRALE Marruá

Agrale is a Brazilian manufacturer of military vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, commercial vehicles, engines and agricultural tractors. It is based in Caxias do Sul, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Established in 1962, the brand's current model line-up consists of the Marrua SUV and pick-up truck. Tractors include both self-developed models, and ones based on Zetor designs.

source

Karenjy Mazana

Karenjy is an automobile manufacturer based in Fianarantsoa, Madagascar. It produced vehicles from 1985 to 1995 when the company was dissolved. In January 2009, the company was reestablished and production of the Karenjy Tily, which is based on the Renault 18 and Renault Express commenced the same year. In early 2010, the plant began its second life with two models are out again. Diesel MAZANA 4x4, available in sedan and convertible, the Petrol FOAKA 2x4 pickup, you will find a robust and reliable vehicle. These vehicle are designed for Madagascar, the chassis is welded, fitted with Renault mechanical parts and a locally produced fiberglass/composite body.

source

Motomel DLX

Motomel S.A. is an Argentinean motorcycle manufacturer, based in San Luis Province and founded in 1992 by the La Emilia investment group.

source

Hi Bird

Hi Bird is a brand of motorcycles, scooters and ATVs manufactured by Chongqing Hi-Bird Motorcycle Industry Co., Ltd.

source

Hero Honda Hunk

Hero Motors is a moped and scooter manufacturer based in Delhi, India. It is a part of multinational Hero Group that owns Hero Honda Motors Ltd and Hero Cycles among other companies.

source

Hyosung GT650X

Naza Group of Companies is a Malaysian business conglomerate associated with motor trading, automotive franchises and property development, which began operations in 1974. The group has 14 business divisions including vehicle and bike manufacturing.

source

Tempo with Sachs 175 engine

Tempo was a Norwegian motorcycle and moped manufacturer. Jonas Øglænd was responsible for making the frames, and ZF Sachs AG made the engines. They first and foremost sold mopeds.

source

1974 Monark Gs 125cc

Monark, also known as Cykelfabriken Monark AB and Monark AB, is a Swedish bicycle, moped and motorcycle manufacturer, established in Varberg, Sweden 1908 by the industrialist Birger Svensson.Monark is today part of Cycleurope, belonging to Grimaldi Industri AB.

source

Macal Boss 50cc

Macal Minarelli - under the license of Italian constructor Minarelli, factory was built in Portugal; but like the others it has serious financial problems.

source


Cool stuff at other blogs
Facebook Comments

Cool Stuff:

Loading...


Loading...

Loading...
Loading...
Random
Loading...