The Isetta 300, or the 1960 BMW Isetta, was in the mid-era of its reign with this model year. Not much had changed as far as layout and a top speed of 53 miles per hour. The frame was lightweight and the original air-cooled four-stroke engine produces 13 horsepower and delivers 50 miles per gallon at top speed of 53 miles per hour. The 1960 BMW Isetta could be fitted with many add-ons to the interior, but the headlamps and exterior display remained pretty much the same as the earlier model years of the Isetta.
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