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  • 1955 Messerschmitt KR200
    larger smoother motor was rubber mounted and the drive to the rear wheel was cushioned by a tubular shock absorber Reverse was now electrically selected Inside the luxurious cabin was trimmed to the highest standard with a sunburst pattern stitched in the side panel and polished wood trim pieces The harsh chrome handlebar was replaced with an elegant ivory aircraft style steering bar Plain Standard as well as DeLuxe or

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  • 1958 Messerschmitt KR200
    and this totally original car is still seen in the old badge and trim style It features the 1957 dash style like the 201 the old style rectangular stick mirrors have been moved to the headlight pods along with the later two tone scheme consisting of the entire front fender being painted the second colour Manufacturer Fahrzeuge und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model KR 200 Motor Fichtel Sachs 2 stroke Body

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  • 1959 Messerschmitt KR-200
    the polished wood strips eliminated The colour matched interior paint was reduced to one scheme common to all exterior colours grey primer with black paint in visible areas only The radio hole was phased out The dash layout was redesigned yet again with an Isetta style lighting switch and toggle blinker switch The heater hose now ran forward along the floor under the trim panel The rear swingarm chaincase had been redesigned at chassis no 65 186 The change to Bosch Dynastart electrics at chassis no 68 494 with its corresponding bigger crankshaft was unavoidable as they had bought out Siba Other later changes involved suspension bushings wheel stud diameters cabin leather strap changed to fabric and finally the T handle changed to an easier to use L shape This car features a rarely seen factory accessory the side mounted luggage rack which was also convertible to hold two pairs of skis and had been available since the earliest days of the KR 175 Manufacturer Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model KR 200 Motor Fichtel Sachs 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built March 1958 August 1964 No Cylinders 1 Chassis None No Produced 30 286 Displacement 191 cc Suspension Front

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  • 1960 Messerschmitt KR-200
    Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model KR 200 Motor Fichtel Sachs 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built March 1958 August 1964 No Cylinders 1 Chassis None No Produced 30 286 Displacement 191 cc Suspension Front Rubber No Surviving Horsepower 9 7 Suspension Rear Rubber Length 2 830 mm Gearbox 4 fwd 4 rev Steering Direct Width 1 270 mm Starter Dynastart Brakes Cable Weight 230 kg Electrics 12 v 3

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  • 1960 Messerschmitt KR-200
    Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model KR 200 Motor Fichtel Sachs 2 stroke Body Monocoque Years Built March 1958 August 1964 No Cylinders 1 Chassis None No Produced 30 286 Displacement 191 cc Suspension Front Rubber No Surviving Horsepower 9 7 Suspension Rear Rubber Length 2 830 mm Gearbox 4 fwd 4 rev Steering Direct Width 1 270 mm Starter Dynastart Brakes Cable Weight 230 kg Electrics 12 v 3

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  • 1961 Messerschmitt Service Car
    in front The clamp fits to several old style metal bumpers Note when towing the Messerschmitt this way it has the Status of a Trailer and needs special removable holders for reflecting triangles at the rear license plate Thus a Service Technician could drive to the Customer in his Messerschmitt Service Car hook the Schmitt to the Customer Vehicle and drive back to the Repair Shop After the service on the customer car it went the other way round The Service Car was popular for some Dealers who had their own advertising and Kundendienst Customer Service printed on it In the car there were special holders to transport and secure the tow bar The cars had no luggage rack and a special paint scheme Getting the parts and the license from German authorities to restore this car took more than a year The Tow Bar has been rebuilt by using the last 2 existing bars found in 2 private collections Both were incomplete The remade part is the only complete bar now Manufacturer Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg Germany Model KR 200 Service Car Motor Fichtel Sachs 2 storke Body Monocoque Years Built March 1958 August 1964 No Cylinders 1 Chassis

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  • 1963 Messerschmitt KR200 Cabrio
    one can be picked out by the metal header shield thin bows German pattern fasteners plain tan colour inside and natural cotton webbing with a red stripe A top boot cover with silver piping was always included This rare fascinating example of a Scooter a Cabine was purchased in Paris France in July of 1963 It features French spec yellow lights fender lamps many accessories and a unique set of

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  • 1964 Messerschmitt KR200 Roadster
    off the line in August 1964 was 80 287 This car is 80 286 making it the second last Messerschmitt built By this time the official KR 201 Roadster with its snakeskin portholes and fender lights was long out of production but the factory continued to offer this body style both on the Tg 500 and the KR 200 as is the case with this car This car belonged to

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