1955 BMW Isetta 250 Standard.
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The Isetta "MotoCoupe", originally developed by the Italian company Iso, helped BMW to overcome through a difficult commercial phase and avoid dismissing members of its workforce.
Various versions of this successful "bubble car" were built, amounting to more than 160,000 by the time production ceased in 1962.
This stunning and completely restored example of a 1955 BMW Isetta 250 Standard now sits in the BMW Museum in Germany.
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