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Glassport Motor Company (GSM) was a South African motor manufacturer based in Cape Town between 1958 and 1964. They produced the Dart and Flamingo sports cars. The name Glass Sport Motors is due to their use of fiberglass. GSM narrowly missed being South Africas first sports car maker, beaten by the GRP Protea. A Dart, Flamingo and Protea can be viewed at the Franschhoek Motor Museum in South Africa. Glass Sports Motor bzw. Glassport Motor Co. war ein südafrikanischer Automobilhersteller. La Glass Sport Motors Company (GSM) è stata una casa automobilistica sudafricana con sede a Città del Capo, fondata da Bob Van Niekerk e Willie Meissner e attiva tra il 1958 e il 1964. In quegli anni ha prodotto le auto sportive Flamingo e Dart. Il nome Glass Sport Motors è dato dall'uso della fibra di vetro. La GSM ha perso per un soffio il primo posto di costruttore di automobili sportive in Sudafrica, in quanto battuta dalla GRP che aveva prodotto nel 1957 la Protea.
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Glass Sports Motor bzw. Glassport Motor Co. war ein südafrikanischer Automobilhersteller. Glassport Motor Company (GSM) was a South African motor manufacturer based in Cape Town between 1958 and 1964. They produced the Dart and Flamingo sports cars. The name Glass Sport Motors is due to their use of fiberglass. GSM narrowly missed being South Africas first sports car maker, beaten by the GRP Protea. A Dart, Flamingo and Protea can be viewed at the Franschhoek Motor Museum in South Africa. La Glass Sport Motors Company (GSM) è stata una casa automobilistica sudafricana con sede a Città del Capo, fondata da Bob Van Niekerk e Willie Meissner e attiva tra il 1958 e il 1964. In quegli anni ha prodotto le auto sportive Flamingo e Dart. Il nome Glass Sport Motors è dato dall'uso della fibra di vetro. La GSM ha perso per un soffio il primo posto di costruttore di automobili sportive in Sudafrica, in quanto battuta dalla GRP che aveva prodotto nel 1957 la Protea. Una Flamingo, prodotta in circa 150 esemplari, e una Dart, prodotta in circa 200 esemplari, sono conservate al Museo dei Motori di Franschhoek, unitamente ad un esemplare anche della concorrente Protea.
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