The 1957 BMW Isetta is the third model year released by BMW in their microcar series. The 1957 BMW Isetta was also known as the 1957 BMW Isetta 300 due to the changes that BMW made to it due to Germanys new laws on what was classified as a motorcycle concerning its licensing procedures. The car was fitted with a four-speed manual transmission with the capability for the driver to choose to go in reverse. This model of the BMW Isetta had longer side windows that could slide if you chose to slide them. They replaced the stationary bubble windows on the side that were present in the BMW Isetta 250 model. Other add-ons chosen by the buyer were also available.
When searching for a beautiful 1957 BMW Isetta, some buyers will hit roadblocks such as unreasonable prices from sellers and add-ons not being available with cars on the market. Whatever the problem youve had with trying to purchase a classic vehicle, the Beverly Hills Car Club can handle it all. The friendly and knowledgeable staff at the Beverly Hills Car Club showroom will help you locate Isettas that you might be interested in purchasing and answer any questions you may have about the vehicle. Even if the showroom does not have the type of vehicle you are looking for, the team will go above and beyond to locate a seller with exactly the type of car you hope to buy. You will get exactly what you are looking for easily without putting in much effort and ensuring you get a quality vehicle when all is said and done.
If you find yourself in Los Angeles, make a stop into the showroom to see what BMW Isettas are available. The team can also at that time answer any outstanding questions you may have and look forward to working with you on finding the perfect BMW Isetta.
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