1956 Heinkel. Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee.
Heinkel, like Messerschmitt, was prohibited from making aircraft after WW2. Heinkel started producing bubble cars in 1956. This particular car won the "under 200 cc" class in the 1200 mile Microcar rally from Liege, Belgium to Brescia, Italy, and back (2008). Lane museum owner Jeff Lane drove the car, with the car's owner Claude Gueniffey navigating. After driving it flat out for 6 days and 10 hours, Jeff Lane says he was impressed with the car's engineering. Claude donated the car to the museum in 2012.
Heinkel stopped production in 1958, but sold the license to Trojan in Ireland where they were made until 1965.