This is a David – which was made in Barcelona from 1954 through 1958 (not much of a Spanish name is it?). Spain was a microcar hotbed in the 1950s with no less than four fairly significant manufacturers producing these little things. David wasn’t so big, having only produced 60 to 70 of these little convertibles.
The Kapi was a Spanish automobile manufactured by Automóviles y Autoscooter Kapi in Barcelona from 1950 until 1955. Designed by Captain Federico Saldaña, the first car was a light three-wheeled two door runabout powered by a 125 cc 2 cv single-cylinder two-stroke engine made by Montessa.
Isetta Isocarro and microcars, a lesser-known but much-loved class of post-war European vehicles.
FH Minivan Once Hispano Suiza Sagrera sold its facilities to ENASA Pegaso, FH built a small van. These vehicles possessed very limited benefits of sophistication yet they had disc brakes to all four wheels, steering rack and front suspension based on the Hispano Suiza A11.