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1957 Autonacional Biscúter 200 A 'Zapatilla'

1957 Autonacional Biscúter 200 A in Los ángeles del volante, Movie, 1957 IMDB

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: ES

1957 Autonacional Biscúter 200 A 'Zapatilla'

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Comments about this vehicle

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DynaMike NL

2008-06-11 14:13

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Though the original design was by Gabriel Voisin (for the Compagnie Aéromécanique in Paris), since the end of 1953 the Spanish production of the Biscúter was by Autonacional S.A. in San Adrián del Besós, Barcelona. I'd say this should be listed as 1954 Biscúter 200 R. And I'm surprised to find that this is the first on the site...

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-06-11 14:33

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200 R as well? i thought it was just Biscúter :think:

DynaMike NL

2008-06-11 15:16

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In the beginning there was only this convertible, but around 1955 other versions came: 200 C (stationwagon), 200 I (van), 200 I-P (pick-up) and in 1957 the 200 F (coupé)... and to differentiate the convertible from the other models it got the 200 R name.
I guess we can see the Biscúter as a Spanish product, it looked really different from the Voisin Biscooter (the 1950 model even had front wheel drive, but the 1952 model with engine in the rear looked much more futuristic than the Spanish Biscúter).

ShantJ US

2009-05-03 08:03

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It indeed should be listed as Biscúter 200 R. While Gabriel Voisin did indeed design the car, it was licensed out to Autonacional S.A. The car was never built as a Voisin.

vilero ES

2009-07-08 14:08

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1957-59 Autonacional Biscúter 'Zapatilla' 200 A with optional doors and windows (plastic made) and convertible roof

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