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1960 FMR Tg 500 'Tiger'

1960 FMR Tg 500 in 20 Cars That Changed the World, Documentary, 2002 IMDB Ep. 19

Class: Others, Microcar — Model origin: DE — Made for: GB

1960 FMR Tg 500 'Tiger'

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2006-05-10 04:27

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Four-wheeled version.
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der.krusche AT

2006-05-10 07:05

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the "tiger" from 1957, FMR Tg 500, I suppose.

:-))
martin

garco NL

2006-05-10 08:29

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TG500.
http://www.classics.com/images01/rod01-08.jpg

Ralph DE

2006-05-10 10:46

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another faster Messerschmitt:
http://www.btinternet.com/~lee_mail/Me262-1.jpg

der.krusche AT

2006-05-10 10:56

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Ralph wrote another faster Messerschmitt:

but powered by BMW

;-)
m.

wrenchhead US

2006-05-10 15:59

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der.krusche wrote
but powered by BMW

;-)
m.


I think the ME 262 engines were Junkers Jumo 004 not BMW

-- Last edit: 2006-05-10 16:05:28

Alexander DE

2006-05-10 16:23

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You are both right, some versions had the Junkers Jumo 004, others the BMW 003, and a few prototypes used the rocket engines Walter HWK 509 A.

dsl SX

2018-10-27 20:35

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964 KKN
✓ Taxed Tax due: 01 May 2019
MOT No results returned
Vehicle make: FMRMESSERSCHMITT
Date of first registration: November 1984
Year of manufacture: 1960
Cylinder capacity (cc): 490 cc
Fuel type: PETROL
Export marker: No
Vehicle status: Tax not due
Vehicle colour: WHITE

https://www.flickr.com/photos/28439790@N03/6671568989 . Featured in a Daily Telegraph Spitfire versus Messerschmitt: 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain test. The Daily Telegraph is a strange paper ....

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