We have said it several times that, after the Second World War, Germany started again from the bottom, producing very small cars, and this Victoria 250 is a further confirmation. To tell the truth, even in Italy, in the immediate post-war period, there was a flourishing proliferation of microcars, but this phenomenon did not last long, certainly at the end of the 1950s all the companies involved in this sector closed their doors. The Victoria 250, built by Victoria-Werke AG, produced around 730 examples of this car powered by a single-cylinder two-stroke engine with a displacement of 250cc, 10 hp of power and a fiberglass spider body.
All this tells us that this car is as rare as it is strange, in fact this is the first one we see for sale after another red specimen sold a few years ago by a well-known auction house. Unfortunately, the seller was very sparing with his words, so what we can deduce from the only two photos present (the car is for sale together with others belonging to the same collection) is that the car looks original, complete and apparently in excellent condition. Find it for sale at $29,900 here in Montgomery, IL.