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Stout Scarab 1935 / World's first production minivan / Stout Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan

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Sir Vival (1958) Walter C. Jerome's Sir Vival Safety Car, 1958 Walter C. Jerome of Worcester, Massachusetts was a man possesed by a mission to make the world's safest car. In the end, he failed to advance auto safety but Jerome's segmented sedan might easily qualify as the world's strangest car.

"Sir Vival" (pronounced survival) was designed by WC Jerome, a Massachusets inventor, to be the 'safest car in the world'. Sir-Vival concept car, "the safest car in the world" - apparently, safety isn't necessarily pretty.

Wolfgang's Trautwein Duofront, 1955.

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1955 Inter 175A Berline

Inter Berline 1955 The Inter is the one microcar in the entire collection whose sleek lines most closely resemble those of a small.