• May 10th 2006 at 4:04PM
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We haven't touched on German coachbuilder Weismann in over a year, so we're pleased to revisit the niche manufacturer with some good news in hand. After 12 years of operation Weismann has produced its 500th Roadster model. While that may not seem like a lot after a dozen years with the doors open, consider that Weismanns are hand-built to each customer's specifications and go for well north of $100,000 US dollars. Power for Weismann vehicles is provided by BMW inline-six and V8 engines. Many see the Weismann's design as a hodgepodge mess of styling cues from Jaguar, Morgan, TVR and others. Regardless, it's a unique piece of machina that manages to look like nothing and everything on the road all at the same time.

The 500th Weismann Roadster is being auctioned off on the company's website with all proceeds to go to a charity of the winner's choice.

[Source: WorldCarFans]

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