1956 MESSERSCHMITT KR200 KABINENROLLER Very hard to find Messerschmitt KR200 Cabin Scooter loaded with all the favored options! Finished in delightful two-tone Turquoise & White with Yellow & White interior! Features whitewall tires, sun visor, tinted canopy, original Sachs 191cc engine with 4-speed transmission, clock, turn signals, and more! Restored in 2006 and showing only 3,225 miles on the odometer today! A great microcar investment!
With most manufacturers going towards the World War II effort by switching to building mili
1957 MESSERSCHMITT KR 200 Fritz Fend (April 14, 1920 – November 22, 2000): was an aeronautical engineer. He worked for Messerschmitt and designed the famous Kabinenroller (cabinscooter) KR175 / KR200Fend was a technical officer with the Luftwaffe during World War II. In 1955, Messerschmitt replaced the KR175 with the KR200. Apart from a larger engine, the KR200 had improved suspension (introducing shock absorbers to the design), improved engine mounting, larger tires, improved controls, and a means by which to reve
1959 MESSERSCHMITT KR200 STARTING IN 1952 MESSERSCHMITT WAS NOT ALLOWED TO BUILD AIRPLANES. DURING THIS TIME THEY TURNED TO BUILDING A SMALL AUTOMOBILE, CALLED THE KABINENROLLER, OR ;KR;, WHICH WAS BUILT UNTIL 1964. THE CAR WAS DESIGNED FROM AN INVALID CARRIAGE AND IS CONSIDERED A SCOOTER WITH CABIN. THE STEERING WAS DESIGNED AS A LEVER THAT MOVED RIGHT TO LEFT INSTEAD OF THE STANDARD TURNING WHEEL. IT FEATURED A SINGLE CYLINDER ENGINE THAT WAS CAPABLE OF RUNNING IN TWO DIRECTIONS, ALLOWING THE CAR TO DRIVE IN FORWARD A