Continuing in 1966 there was no real improvement Dal Bo winning at Opatija and finishing second at the Sachsenring, but opposition was weak mostly consisting of East German F3 cars. It’s not clear if this was the same car that was raced in 1965 but it was described as having a short wheelbase and not handling too well.
Experienced South African Trevor Blokdyk joined the team in 1968 and took a win at Hameenlinna in Finland, otherwise a couple of sixths were the only other worthwhile results. It seems as if a new car was introduced for this year, it was the first Pygmée monocoque and had a reputation for being neat but not too stiff causing the car problems on the bumpier tracks.
Two cars were used in 1968, the first was the MDB10 a modified Formule France chassis. It was a spaceframe design with double wishbones at the front and outboard springs and dampers. At the rear it used a top link, lower wishbone and radius rods with the springs and dampers outboard also. A Holbay engine and a Hewland gearbox were used.
The MDB11 was a monocoque version of the MDB10, it used a bathtub monocoque with a tubular frame for the engine. The same engine and gearbox as the MDB10 were also used.
Montlhéry obviously suited the cars as Dal Bo took a first and a second there in the monocoque car whilst Offenstadt took a third in the spaceframe car.
The MDB14 was introduced for 1969, seemingly Pygmée reverted to a spaceframe and fitted it with a wedge-shaped body. Dal Bo used both this car and the monocoque MDB11 but spent a lot of time crashing, coupled with Pygmée’s preoccupation with F2 racing there were no decent results obtained.