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Urbanina : 1971

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A group of Italian designers introduced this combination car/scooter in 1965 at the Turin Motor Show. It had a 175cc engine that developed 8.5 bhp.

It was invented by Marquis Piero Bargagli, who's hope was to sell it in Italy for around $500.

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1971 Urbanina. (source: John Lloyd)

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1971 Urbanina F. (source: John Lloyd)

 
 
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Bob Faust1953 days ago

Dear Mr. Segura, Please reconsider the "ugly" tag on this "car." If this were my site, it would be filed un "F'n Amazing." A reconsideration is in order.

CT1952 days ago

"F'n Amazing" is a bit of a stretch... I've got a bathtub that looks better than that, but that's why they make chocolate and vanilla. :-)

Car Critic Of The Year1927 days ago

If I see this, I'm going to hit it with a sledgehammer, it will probably make it look better.

Bogdan1706 days ago

Invented by the Marquis de Sade...

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