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1959 FMR KR 200 Sport

1959 FMR KR 200 Sport in 20 Cars That Changed the World, Documentary, 2002 IMDB Ep. 19

Class: Others, Three-wheeler — Model origin: DE — Made for: GB

1959 FMR KR 200 Sport

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2006-05-10 04:23

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Tiff calls this the sports version.!
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stronghold EN

2006-05-10 04:24

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qwerty_86 US

2006-05-10 06:44

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Would the model be "Bubble Car"?

der.krusche AT

2006-05-10 07:02

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3 wheels, no canopy. the "roadster": KR 201, I suppose. (there also was a 4wheeler: FM Tg 500.)

:-))
martin

-- Last edit: 2006-05-10 07:02:42

Big Al EN

2009-10-31 09:27

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This is not a KR201 Roadster. It is the, I inforce this, the only, Messerschmitt KR200 Sport made by FMR. There are some later fakes but this it the real one in the days it was owned by Phil Lewis I suspect. It was bought new by Claude Tipper, motoring eccentric. It is now fully restored and I believe in Bruce Weiner's Microcar Museum - see its website

-- Last edit: 2009-10-31 09:29:03

dsl SX

2018-10-27 20:18

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837 CLJ
✗ Untaxed Tax due: 01 July 1992
MOT No results returned
Vehicle make: MESSERSCHMITT
Date of first registration: March 1961 (but see info below)
Cylinder capacity (cc): 198 cc
Fuel type: PETROL
Export marker: Yes
Vehicle status: Not taxed
Vehicle colour: WHITE
Wheelplan: 3-WHEEL

"1959 Messerschmitt KR 200 Sport, Sold For $92,000 - RM Auctions - THE BRUCE WEINER MICROCAR MUSEUM 2013.
Manufacturer: Fahrzeug und Maschinenbau Regensburg
Origin: Regensburg, Germany
This very special car is the rarest of all Messerschmitts. It is the only genuine example of a factory Sport model known to exist. Finished in green, white, and yellow, it led a well-known life in England as 837 CLJ. It was one of perhaps just three that went to England, and if any were sold in their home country, the experts are not aware of them. ..... The car had been exceptionally well cared-for by its previous owner, with special attention to rust prevention, as there was no rust in evidence at all. Even the mirrors, when dismantled, had a tiny dab of grease on each pivot ball. It was restored to its original all-white colour scheme. The Sport was sold at Christie’s in 1997 and was subsequently re-acquired for the present collection.
" from here.

cl82 DE

2018-10-27 20:30

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I really would like to avoid another "facedesk" but I still find it hard why this vehicle should belong to the "20 cars that changed the world" although I do know that Tiff Needell was responsible for that choice.

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