The Fuldamobil S-7 is a car model produced by the electrical engineering company Fulda GmbH under the brand Fuldamobil. It appeared in 1957 as a successor to the Fuldamobil S-6 and was discontinued in 1969 without a successor.
The closed body saloon could accommodate four people in a 2 +2 configuration, the Roadster named Sporty, which was available only to September 1965, coould only seat two people. The doors of the vehicle were hinged the B-pillar, "suicide doors". For the first time, a Fuldamobil a body was made of polyester.
The air or fan-cooled single-cylinder two stroke engine of Fichtel & Sachs had a displacement of 191 cm³ and a power output of 10 hp. From October 1965 there was a single-cylinder four-stroke engine available. This was from Heinkel and it had a displacement of 198 cc also producing 10 hp. The engines were installed in front of the rear axle driving the rear wheels. On request, there was also a three wheel design available with a single rear wheel. The top speed was 80 km/h for vehicles fitted with the Fichtel & Sachs engine and 85 km/h for ones fitted with the Heinkel engine.
New price and quantity
The original price was initially 3100 DM but from October 1965 this was raised to 3450 DM. Between July 1957 and September 1965 about 440 cars with Fichtel & Sachs engine were made. Between October 1965 and the spring of 1969 about 260 cars with the Heinkel engine were made.
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