Power: 9.5 hp
Estimate: $40,000 – $50,000
No, that’s not a severe case of the mumps or a rash of orange peel in the paint – the Fuldamobil’s skin is bumpy because its body panels were made from embossed aluminum. These bumps not only visually tied the N-2 to early prototypes that were clothed in leather, but they also served to hide any dents or defects incurred during assembly. These unpainted panels lent the car its “silver flea” nickname, although smooth, painted panels were optional. Power came from a two-stroke, 359-cc single built by Fichtel & Sachs – crude, perhaps, but a big improvement over the engine used in the earlier N-1, which was little more than a bored-out chainsaw engine. 280 N-2s were built, but its basic form and format lived on in subsequent Fulda models through the late 1960s.