"At the end of the Fifties Ferruccio Lamborghini had a fateful old moan-up about the finish of the Ferrari he had bought. Few could have predicted that the tractor manufacturer would soon begin to build a car company that aspired "
Hail the Prince
Sometimes the way a car is presented graphically transcends the quality of the car itself.
Depending on your perspective, this is either the human genius of marketing – or evidence of how stupid we are as a breed.
Whichever your personal perspective, you can’t help but enjoy these lovely graphic representations of NSU’s super-compact family car, which, in its various manifestations, was the ubiquitous German runabout between 1957 and 1973.
When you think of how the German economy came to dominate Europe in the years- this little motor helped motor the country out of the ruins.
If Issigonis‘s Mini was the totem of England’s sixties swing, then surely the The Prince deserves a bit of recognition
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