The 1962 BMW Isetta was the final year that the BMW Isetta was produced by Bavarian Motor Works. These single-cylinder vehicles could reach speeds up to 53 miles per hour without using large amounts of gasoline. Also, these tiny cars were very aerodynamic and efficient. The unique sliding glass windows on the sides of the vehicle really set it apart from its BMW predecessor, the Isetta 250. Even though it was the last model year, there was really nothing too terribly remarkable as far as changes to the Isetta 300 are concerned. This model is particularly valuable to collectors because it was the Isetta 300s last production year.
If you want a one-of-a-kind vehicle that truly captures the history of the time, invest in the 1962 BMW Isetta, or 1962 BMW Isetta 300. This vehicle epitomizes the post-war era and how the people of Europe had to be cognizant and conservative of the world around them. With these cars having so much history, collectors really love them and this can make them not only difficult to purchase, but quite pricey as well. If youd like to find one for a reasonable price, but dont know exactly where to start or look, ask the experts at the Beverly Hills Car Club to work their magic for you. Their expertise with these classics will help you locate the right vehicle whether it is right in their showroom or they have to dig a little bit to find a seller willing to give up their Isetta.
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