Micro Car Survivor: 1960 Messerschmitt KR200

Car’s that develop a cult following don’t necessarily have to feature huge horsepower or unparalleled levels of luxury. The Messerschmitt KR200 is a perfect example. With less than 10hp at its disposal and pretty rudimentary passenger accommodation, it would… more»

Oldest Example: 1955 Messerschmidt KR200

If you compiled at a list of everything that the American motoring public was looking for in their automobiles in 1955, then the Messerschmitt KR200 would have had the words “Not Applicable” beside most of those requirements. That does… more»

Drive and Enjoy: 1953 Messerschmitt KR175

The Messerschmitt KR175 was really motoring at its most basic, but that hasn’t stopped it, and its larger-capacity siblings, from developing cult car status. This particular 1953 model runs and drives, and it is being sold out of a… more»

Rad Microcar: 1960 Messerschmitt KR200 Kabrio

As you look at the Messerschmitt KR200, it isn’t hard to notice hints of the company’s aviation heritage in the vehicle’s design. That the KR200 was something of a sales success is no doubt, and the fact that today… more»

Tiny Project Car: 1959 Messerschmitt KR200

Following the cessation of hostilities in World War II, the United States found itself in a fairly sound economic position, and the actual physical damage to buildings and infrastructure was extremely light. Continental Europe wasn’t quite so lucky, and… more»

Micro Survivor: 1955 Messerschmitt KR200

This little Messerschmitt is claimed to have been purchased from the original owner’s estate. There’s 22k miles on the odometer and that is totally believable considering what these are. That actually seems high for one of these. Unlike other… more»

Driving In A Bubble: 1955 Messerschmitt KR200

The Messerschmitt KR-200 was produced between February 1955 and December 1966. The bubble canopy is the most distinctive feature of this three wheeler. Listed here on eBay and parked in Leawood, Kansas, this 1955 Messerchmitt KR-200 has a high… more»

Messerschmitt Motherload

Of all the micro cars we have featured over the years, the Messerschmitt has to be one of my favorites. I just love the quirky styling, simplistic engineering, and the aircraft inspired steering wheel. If you too are a… more»

Micro Find: 1956 Messerschmitt KR-175

It’s a car! No, it’s a motorcycle! No, it’s a Messerschmitt! We haven’t featured one of these unique microcars in while so when this project showed up here on eBay, I knew we needed to give it a mention…. more»

Who Gives A Messerschmitt?

This 1955 Messerschmitt KR200 was supposedly parked about 40 years ago. It is claimed to have been running then, but is obviously going to need a full restoration now. These may be odd looking little cars, but they actually have… more»

Bavarian Rat Rod: 1958 Messerschmitt KR201

Most people picture rusty old Fords when they hear the term “rat rod”, but the owner of this 1958 Messerschmitt KR201 had a different vision. They took this beat-up micro car and installed a 244cc engine from a Honda… more»

Micro Cars, Mighty Projects: 1955 Messerschmitts

We featured these Messerschmitt Bubble Top projects back in November when they were listed on Craigslist. They are now being offered for sale again, but this time they can be found here on eBay. The seller was asking $20K… more»

Messerschmitt Bubble Top Projects

Messerschmitt may have started out building aircraft, but after the war they needed to come up with another way to make money. They tried their hand at a few different things including microcars. What they came up was a… more»

1960 Messerschmitt KR200 Kabrio

Update 6/28/11 – This KR200 sold with 25 bids for an impressive $17,402. After WWII ended Messerschmitt AG, the aircraft manufacture that built German fighter planes, faced rebuilding as well as many new restrictions on what it could produce…. more»