Let’s face it, everyone likes microcars: they arouse sympathy in everyone, no matter what age, gender or social class they belong to.
Some people like these cars simply because they are “nice”, others, like us and like many of you, like them because we see the engineering effort to make a “real” car but with limited costs and dimensions. This particular car was built by Kleinschnittger Werke GmbH, a German automobile manufacturer based in Arnsberg, and was the first Kleinschnittger to be delivered new in Belgium, and there are rumors that this is one of about a hundred surviving cars.
Like many microcars of the time, this too is powered by a two-stroke engine (JLO in this case) of 125 c.c. and capable of pushing this car up to 70 km / h (43 mph). The car has been clearly restored and is in pristine condition since it has only driven 3 km since the restoration. Find it for sale at €37,950 (today $42,500) here in Brummen, Netherlands.