1961 BMW Isetta - restored -The BMW Isetta - The iconic 'Bubble
Car' - Collector Car FOR SALE Known as the BMW Isetta, the tiny
unconventional automobile was introduced at the 1953 Turin/Italy
Auto Show. In 1955 BMW bought the name and the manufacturing rights
from the original Italian designer, ISO, and started to produce the
Isetta in Germany. Only 7.5 feet long and 4.5 feet wide.
Bubble-type windows, the entire front end of the car hinged
outwards to allow entry, the steering wheel and instrument panel
swings out with the door. An Emergency Exit for driver and
passenger was provided by a canvas sunroof. In 2009 this Isetta 250
was restored in Germany by a BMW Dealership and then sold to a
collector in the USA. He bought the Isetta to make it part of his
private Museum/Collection. Never titled the car in the US. Finished
in "Baby Blue" with White/Blue interior, bench seat, chrome
mirrors, clear headlights, 10' steel wheels, manual steering. The
air-cooled one-cylinder 250 cc engine generates 12 HP and is backed
by a 4-speed Manual transmission. Top Speed app. 53 mph. The
odometer 30.660 Kilometers. (App. 19,000 miles). Probably the
original kilometers but not guaranteed. During the restoration in
2009, the engine was also overhauled. In 2020 the fuel tank and the
carburetor were cleaned, also a new battery was installed Still has
the German title (Fahrzeugbrief). The Isetta can be sold with the
German Title or if you want with Florida free and clear title. The
Isetta is in good condition and ready for showing or fun driving.
Today, the popularity of these cars has exploded, and examples such
as this 250-series Isetta are in high demand. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 ** FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today
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