This 1957 BMW Isetta Cabriolet convertible is powered by a 300cc single-cylinder engine with 4-speed manual transmission. Its motor and transmission were completely rebuilt by the Isetta Doctor from North Carolina with all upgraded parts. It also underwent a professional full frame-off nut-and-bolt restoration and complete interior restoration. The professional paint job is excellent. It also includes accessory luggage rack and picinic basket.
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