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1962 MESSERSCHMITT KR200 This one-of-a-kind German micro-car is the perfect quirky addition to any collection, especially with the desirable acrylic top! - 191cc 2-Stroke Single Cylinder Engine - 4-Speed Sequential Transmission - Desirable Acrylic ""Bubble"" Top - 65mph top speed - Dual Side View Mirrors - Black Interior w/ White Piping - Dashboard Clock - Tandem seating - Whitewall Tires - Finished in Red Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for the most complete information on thi
1955 MESSERSCHMITT KR 200 1955 Messerschmitt KR 200. This early production model is a real survivor with its original upholstery and factory wood trim still and in excellent condition. It has been resprayed in its original colors of cream over deep red which gives it a very appealing presentation. The newer canopy is crystal clear. It is in excellent mechanical condition starts easily and shifts through the four gears smoothly. Also, the reversable starter for backing up is fully functional. All the lights and gauges ar
$52,500
1963 MESSERSCHMITT KR 200 CABRIOLET 1963 Messerschmitt KR 200 Cabriolet. This very late F.M.R. was built for export, and this very rare example appears untouched, and original except for one older respray. It last toured the streets of Paris, France continuing to wear its city badge and French license. The original Sachs 9.5 H.P. motor purrs as new with working lights and fully operational including reversing starter. Complete with original canvas top and factory cover in bag, jack and spare. Notice the period correct Air-France
$50,500
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1961 MESSERSCHMITT KR200 A real oddity here in the US, and to be honest chances are that you will be the only one at a car show with one no matter where you reside. However, They did make nearly 40,000 of these cool little Kabinenroller or ""Cabin Scooter"". These funky little tandem seating, bubble top cars using a Canopy style door automobiles were designed by aircraft engineer Fritz Fend and produced by German aircraft company Messerschmitt from 1955-1964 as in town commuters that found a loophole in the tax that wou
$42,900
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