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1958 BMW Isetta

Worldwide Vintage Autos is pleased to present this 1958 BMW Isetta. HISTORY The Isetta is an Italian-designed microcar built under license in a number of different countries, including Argentina, Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Because of... via AutoRevo

1958 BMW Isetta

Frame up restored 1958 BMW Isetta 300 with sliding windows Needs nothing, This little guy turns heads everywhere you go. It will start right up. Not one issue to be concerned about. No Leaks. Ready to be enjoyed. Comes with many spare parts, Original tools , etc. Clean... via ListedBuy

1958 BMW Isetta

1958 Bmw Isetta all original never has been restored has been sitting up since the late 60's in a garage. Car is Complete and is rust free. With only 8055 Original miles this is a very clean car to do a full restoration on. via Yupyi!

1958 BMW Isetta

1958 BMW Isetta 300 > I purchased this Isetta in 1990 and at the time was aware the engine was not original to the car. 5 Years ago, I started restoring the car and completely disassembled it. I had the body media blasted so that it was is still free of rust, except for a... via Yupyi!

1958 BMW Isetta

1598 isetta 300 cuope. very solid,good floors,very,very little, rust no motor or trans,needs front windshield can be brought new.these cars are $30,000 to $40,000 restored. easy project to restore. call 270 five six four 4628 anytime via Claz

1958 BMW Isetta

1958 BMW Isetta 3001958 BMW Isetta 300 in red with red interior and comes with a manual transmission, sunroof and rear luggage rack. Also comes with the spare tire and workshop manuals. Very presentable car. Draws a lot of attention. Same owner for many years.... via American Listed

1958 BMW Isetta

THE BMW ISETTAThe Iso 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 1 itself, the little... via American Listed