I thought of the 1985 movie Berlin recently and remembered the unusual car driven by the lead character Sam Lowry (played by Jonathan Pryce).
The Messerschmitt KR200, or Kabinenroller (Cabin Scooter), was a three-wheeled bubble car designed by the aircraft engineer Fritz Fend and produced in the factory of the German aircraft manufacturer Messerschmitt from 1955 to 1964.
This is a very nice 67 walkthrough westfalia camper. Was restored about 10 years ago and driven about 5k since. Very little rust, paint nice with a few blemishes. Engine, brakes and all mechanical systems in great shape. Ready to camp and drive anywhere. Interior restored to a high standard. Rare walkthrough seats and child’s bed that goes over front seat. Call for more info. Serious inquiries only please. $ 20,000 and worth every penny.
This red and white 1974 Fiat 126 was built in Turin, then driven to Poland and customized using parts manufactured and fitted there. Driven back to to Turin, it was hung on a wall like a painting. Seen at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Fantastic photos and story about Eberhard Schulz’s one-of Isdera Autobahnkurier 116i on the always-great MercedesHeritage.com blog. The darn thing has two Mercedes 5 liter engines, nose to nose, the front unit drives the front wheels and the rear unit drives the rear wheels!