Mystery Vehicle

July 08, 2014

Take your best guess as to the year, make and/or model of this mystery car for a chance to get an official Historic Vehicle Association ball cap. One winner will be selected at random from the pool of correct answers and will be notified via e-mail.

July Mystery Vehicle

If you think you have the answer, just head over to the HVA’s Facebook page, or log your best guess in the comments section below. Guess correctly and you have a chance to get a cool HVA ball cap for your trouble. This basic black cap features the HVA emblem on the front. One winner will be drawn randomly from the pool of correct responses on Friday, July 25th and notified via e-mail. 


  1. jose maria serrano Navarra -España

    Creo que se trata de un Goggomovil modelo Dart de 1959

  2. Mark Bryan Seattle

    It's an Aerocar!

  3. joe rosales NYC

    Goggomobil Dart 1959

  4. George giese oregon

    Australian built glassfibre Gogomobile Dart1006

  5. George giese oregon

    Australian built glassfibre Gogomobile Dart1006

  6. Larry Swofford Austin, Tx

    This is a 1959 Goggomobil Dart

  7. Charles Banks Kinston, nc 28501

    Nash Rambler

  8. Richard George Milford, MI

    Goggomobil Dart

  9. Mark Lunsford Lakewood, Colorado

    1959 GOGGOMOBILE DART Daniel vaughn wrote in 2012: The Goggomobile was launched in 1955 and was named after the owner's grandson Goggo Glex. The Goggomobil was produced by Hans Glas in Germany, who recognized a market for small, inexpensive cars in postwar Germany. They were bought out by BMW in 1966 and production finally ended in 1969. More than 280,000 were built in all in various chassis and body combinations to suite a variety of needs. Australia had a similar need for such vehicles, but taxes and duties made direct import of the Goggomobil difficult to justify. Bill Buckle was the owner of Buckle Motors Pty, Ltd. in Sydney and was awarded with distribution rights for Australia. He was able to figure a way around the economic restrictions by importing the Goggomobil as a bare chassis and installing his own bodies once they arrived in Australia. Thus, the rear-engine, rear-wheel drive Goggomobil Dart was born, and the finished product weighed in at 761 pounds. They had a small luggage compartment built into the nose. Only 700 examples of the Goggomobil Dark were produced. By Daniel Vaughan | Apr 2012

  10. Tim Hellman Wichita, KS

    '59 Goggomobil Dart

  11. Tim Clark 51503

    59 Goggomobile Dart

  12. Wes Creswick Fresno, Calif.

    early Jaguar xke prototype

  13. Bill Robie port richey,fl.

    Gogglemobile Dart

  14. Patrick Lane United States

    That 1959 Goggomobil Dart 1006 looks like the one at the NHRA Motorsports Museum in Pomona, CA.

  15. Colin Logue Payson, UT

    Goggomobil Dart

  16. Grant Nixon Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

    Yes, it is a 1959 Gogglemobile Dart.

  17. Jim Texas

    1959 goggomobil Dart

  18. Todd Michigan

    Agreed, 1959 Gogglemobile Dart.

  19. Steven Overfield Tulsa Ok

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  20. Gerry B Oakville

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  21. Keith Ohio

    1959 goggombile dart

  22. Charlie Tupper Texas

    Clearly, a 1959 Goggomobil Dart. Easy to find the full photo of this car. Ugly enough that less than 700 sold.

  23. Steven Bullock Sun City, AZ

    1959 Goggomobil Dart. I suspect it is the one in Pomona.

  24. Marc NJ

    Glas Goggomobil Dart

  25. Greg Hahs Upland ca

    It's MY 1959 Goggomobile Dart. One of supposedly two built with a drivers door. I have done a complete restoration of it with a much prettier paint job

  26. Jeff Renton, Wa


  27. Dale Fairview ,Pa

    1960 Gogo mobile from Australia , The 60's had the rubber surround

  28. George Schwend Texas

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  29. Mike Ropka Gettysburg Pa

    Jag XKE

  30. Tommy Keller United States

    1959 Goggomobil dart

  31. Richard Fogel United States

    1959 Goggomobile Dart

  32. Jeff D. Glens Falls, NY

    1959 Goggomobil Dart 1006

  33. Scott McVicker Danville, In.

    1959-1961 Buckle Motors (Goggomobil) Dart

  34. Peter Nicola Phoenix, AZ.

    1959 Goggomobile Dart

  35. Donald R McClane Dallas

    59 Goggomobile Dart

  36. Dave ohio

    Davis 3 Wheeler

  37. Bill Canada

    It sure is a 1959 Goggomobile Dart.

  38. Danny Moore South Carolina

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  39. bill yankey las vegas nv

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  40. Sarah Wilson Coquitlam, BC, Canada

    This is a 1959 or 1960 Goggomobil Dart

  41. Bill Newport News Va

    Its a Goggomobil Dart

  42. Fred Spokane,WA

    That is a 1959 Goggomobil Dart.

  43. Mal Sydney, Australia

    59 Goggomobile Dart

  44. Glenn Brummer Indianapolis, IN

    It's a 1959 Goggomobil Dart and I believe that this particular car carries a California license plate "59 GOGGO"

  45. C. Keen Waterford, MI 48329

    This car is a 1959 Goggomobil Dart that can be seen at the NHRA Motorsports Museum in Pomona, CA

  46. karl moehrke tucson, az

    Definitely a 1959 Goggomobile Dart

  47. Jimbob Wilmington NC

    I guess it is 1961 Citroen

  48. Jorn Hedlo Calgary, Alberta

    It is a 1959 Goggomobile Dart

  49. Arnold Alpert Fountain valley ca.

    This looks like the auto in Pomona ca. a1959Goggomobile Dart

  50. Richard Ranch United States

    Goggomobil Dart

  51. Al Louisiana

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  52. Austin SFO

    Yep, it's a Goggomobil Dart, circa 1959-61.

  53. jimmie roan san antonio tx

    gogomobil dart 1959 Is there a place on this site where we can see if we are right or not, i am sure of this one but some i would like to reassure myself of

  54. Steve Green United States

    1959 Dart built by Bill Buckle using Greman Goggomobile Chassis and trim. One of 697 built, only one built in 1959. Sport model was his own body design. Others (sedan and coupe) were replicas of Goggomobiles.

  55. Chuck Mullins va

    1959 Goggomobile Dart ?

  56. Dan Silva North Dartmouth,Ma.

    59 Dart Goggomobile. This car was ahead of it's time with the aero style lines

  57. william horne spartanburg, sc

    1959 GLAS Goggomobile Dart

  58. Aldo Toronto

    1959 Goggomobile Dart

  59. Carl Reichenbecher NJ

    1965 Jaguar xke

  60. Thomas Pindroh Maple Heights, Ohio

    1959 Gogomobile dart

  61. Duane Moos MN

    1959 Goggomobile Dart

  62. shawn cole lawrence,ks

    1959 goggomobile dart

  63. Stephen Foerster Barrington, IL

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  64. Greg Hahs Upland, CA

    It is no longer at the NHRA Museum. It will be at the Big Bear Car Show "Fun Run" August 7-10. It is a numbers matching 1959, not 60, and they all had the rubber surround. People ask me all the time if its the car that goes in the water. I always say, "yes, but it doesn't come back out"

  65. G Euphoria

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  66. Lee Hockman Sugar Hill, GA, USA

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  67. Ron Binkley Buffalo Wyoming

    A 1959 Goggomobile Dart! 🚘

  68. Will Sivers Maryland

    1959 Googoomobile Dart?

  69. Ed Loud CT

    1959 goggomobile Dart

  70. James Connolly Austin, TX.

    1959 Goggomobil Dart

  71. James DeNisco Seneca, SC

    Gogomobila Dart, still looks good !

  72. Chris Boise, Id

    Sounds like its a 1959 Goggomobil Dart but it could almost be a Rochdale Olympic

  73. Greg Baehr Texas

    Gogomobile Dart 59 - 61 Manufactured by Buckle Motors in Austraiia

  74. Patrick Ford San Francisco Bay Area

    A fine example of the 1959 Goggomobile Dart.

  75. drudnick michiga

    opal cadet?

  76. Kay Bosch Muskegon, MI

    1959 Goggomobil Dart 1006

  77. Rick Reid Kirkfield, ON

    59 Goggomobile Dart

  78. Chad Peru, NY


  79. Dave KY

    1959 Australian built glassfibre Gogomobile Dart1006

  80. mike rossi vashon,wa

    1959 Gogomobile from Australia

  81. Frank Stabile Noth Plainfield, NJ

    Gogomobile Dart made in Australia

  82. don vann daytona beach, fl

    looks like a 59 Gogomobile Dart

  83. D.B. Faulkner Rockville, MD 20850

    It's a 1961 Jaguar XKE

  84. LaVon Gray Raleigh, NC

    1959 Goggomobile Dart