There's Free Love in Amsterdam: Jalopnik Hearts DAF Ads!

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We're really not convinced that a cooler all-around car has ever existed. First of all it's from Holland. Not only is that unique for a car brand, but, like, red light district, dude. Second of all, these tulip tiptoeing micro-cars have their wheels driven by rubber bands. Thirdly, at one point they dropped the model designations (600, 31, 33, etc.) and just sold the car as the Daffodil. And you wonder where the flower children got their inspiration... More rad ads after the jump.

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And you haven't even mentioned the radest: These things would drive the same speed as forward in reverse! You could easily get those to 50mph backwards if you were brave enough. There even was a DAF banger backward crash racing series back in the 80s in Holland...