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    Mod for 16 yo German drivers

    Europe has some interesting rules, for its youngest drivers. In Germany you can drive at 16, but only if your car's rear wheels don't exceed 18", has 20 HP and doesn't exceed 56 MPH. A Fiat 500 can do that... and raced @ Nurburgring 2 years ago.

    https://www.motor1.com/news/144325/n...0-nurburgring/

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    That is just NASTY looking!

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    Here's the video:



    They are called Ellenators. We had a thread on them a couple of years ago: Odd Fiat 500 "3-Wheeler" Spotted Lapping the Nurburgring with 20 HP Engine

    Here's a post from one of our members in Germany with some details on them:

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    These Things exist and they are called -don't lough- Ellenator: https://www.ellenator-gmbh.de/

    You need a driving license class A1 or higher to drive this thing, wich will cost you abaut 1000 to 1500 € and is only good for small Motor bikes up to 125cc. These vehicles then cost the Price of a car plus 5000€ for the conversion. Wich is not reversable. So you spend alll in all at least 20000€ for a "car" that has virtually no vallue to adults. And since the A Class is a bike license you'll need to spend another 1000 to 1500€ when your 18 to get a car license class B and spend another 20000€ to get a real Fiat 500.

    In short: Ever wanted to see a rich brat? Look inside an Ellenator.
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    That's interesting, thanks. I wonder... does Germany sell a .5L engine in Fiats? (My translation is very rough.)

    I might spend the money to let my kid drive a somewhat safer car. The option is to walk, ride a scooter, or drive with mom/dad. Imagine running the Autobahn in a Reliant.

    On resale, they seem to keep value fairly well. I knew the UK had some interesting laws, just didn't realize Germany did the similar.

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    Just the thought of this gives me agita.

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    An older company was Steinwinter... sometimes labeled as FIGO on the car's nose (on some 250L models?) but more often badged with the stallion logo. I'd love to locate emblems.
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    Steinwinter started with Amigo, a "dune buggy" with a Fiat engine, starting in 1969 with a Fiat 500 engine, then later from the Fiat 126. Around the same time, they came out with the Junior, a Fiat 500 body and a 2 cylinder, 2 stroke Gogomobile engine. By the 80's, you could buy the 250L. Some kept the Gogomobile engine, others were powered by a 248cc 4 stroke engine. Their last car was the 1987+ Junior50, a 50cc engine at 4.5 HP and sold for 10,490 DM, around $5500 US.

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    Driving the 500L... it was quicker than I expected. It hit 25 MPH in under 30 seconds.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    Here's the video:



    They are called Ellenators. We had a thread on them a couple of years ago: Odd Fiat 500 "3-Wheeler" Spotted Lapping the Nurburgring with 20 HP Engine

    Here's a post from one of our members in Germany with some details on them:
    So when does a 500 make the Multipla I look good? I just want to see that thing rip a fat burnout!

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