|One of the few exceptions. Van Mymsa "Frog", with engine design and manufacturing.
|Image to the memory. Trimakar pesándose on the scale city of Barbastro (Huesca) in the year 1965
|Family excursion with a Trimakar.
|Isocarro of Sparkling Valdelagrana in El Puerto de Santa María (Cadiz) making a break in the cast.
|Motorhispania also tried to sell the motorcars Ducati. Came with a 4-stroke engine, much more expensive -although lower consumption - that the 2 stroke had very little diffusion.
|Image that reflects doubly the hardships that happened our country: motocarro of division of what was then sold as a substitute for coffee.
|Avia 200 with engine Hispano Villiers and body-rocker for rubbish collection.
|Isocarro of Sparkling Valdelagrana in El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) To his commanders Miguel Gonzalez, son of the founder of the company.
|Not only were they built in Spain and Italy. Germany was practically destroyed after the war and had to make motorcars like this Tempo that was sold with success in Spain. Already in 1961 ROA built under license vans Tempo until its acquisition by Barreiros.
|Isettacarro Italian promotional tour with several bikes Iso. Has 4 wheels but is of the same family.
|Motocarro Samson, 1962, was advertised as the first Diesel engine (a IKA 9 Hp) is Their high price apparently did not compensate for the ridiculous consumption and sold a few units.
|Motocarro in the streets of Jaen.
|Park mobile, the company disinsection Spray SA, a pioneer in the use of DDT in Spain. Three Vespacar attached to various delegations, 5 Citroën 2CV and a van DKW.
|Outline of the peculiar operation of the engine, to Iso, with two cylinders sharing a single combustion chamber and the crank eccentric which moves the piston with a certain gap to open or close more efficiency in the ports, power and exhaust.
|The family Montero in full on the motocarro of the company in Cangas (PO) 1965
|Vicente Muñoz "Jarete" in 1988, with the motocarro, 1966, which distributed feed in the area of Criptana (CR)
|In a Spain with thousands of disabled war veterans we have to remember, even in passing, the tricycles for the disabled. Pepe Isbert on one of them in the movie "The Stroller", 1958
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