First of all, the actual name of the company isn't Glas; it is, "Andreas Glas, Reperaturwerkst tte f r landwirtschaftliche Maschinen mit Dampfbetrieb." In English that means, "Andreas Glas, repair garage for agricultural machines supported with steam engine." Which is so old-school it kinda hurts. Second, in 1966 BMW purchased Glas, retooled the mighty Dingolfing factory for future highly precise production and then eliminated Andreas's namesake. Still, for a short time in the midst of the swinging 60s, Glas was producing some legitimate German/Italian hotness. Starting with the puny-engined 1300 GT Coupe in 1964, tiny Glas called upon the man who penned both the Maserati GT350 and the first-generation Quattroporte, Pietro Frua, to get them out of bubble-car hell. More after you jump.