The Isetta, which BMW built under license from 1955 to 1962, helped forge a new market segment for microcars that proved instrumental in getting Europe back on wheels. Designed by a company that made refrigerators, and looking like one itself, the little Isetta proved to be a sales success for the brief period when microcars were in vogue.
The example we have on offer with us here today is a 300; the largest of the 2 seater Isetta’s. Provided with a current MoT, this wonderful car has been the subject of a complete respray and the brakes and steering have also been recommissioned. #NSL 842 has also received new seat covers, interior panels as well as sunroof.
Now finished in red with newly trimmed black interior, this is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a ready-to-go example of one of the fast appreciating little bubble cars, fitted with the more desirable 298cc engines.