Microcars at Barrett-Jackson 2010

Here is a list of Microcars offered at this year’s Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction.

Check if you get Speed Channel or SpeedTV and you can watch these cross the line on the days they are listed:

Tuesday January 19 2010:
(click pics to go to detailed listings for cars)

1972 HONDA Z600 $25,000

Lot# 52 1956 MESSERSCHMITT KR175 $40,000

Lot# 74 1956 BMW ISETTA $43,000

Wednesday January 20 2010:

Lot# 420.1 1957 HEINKEL 200 $25,000

Thursday January 21 2010:

Lot# 630 1962 KING MIDGET III $14,500 for the pair

Lot# 630.1 1958 KING MIDGET MODEL III sold with Lot 630


Lot# 737 1957 BMW ISETTA 300 CONVERTIBLE $29,000

Lot# 741 1962 TROJAN 200 $40,000

Lot# 741.1 1957 BMW ISETTA 300 $22,000

Friday January 22 2010:

Lot# 919 1958 BMW 600 $30,000

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5 Responses to “Microcars at Barrett-Jackson 2010”

  1. john l malcolm Says:

    Lot 765 is definitely not a 1957!

  2. Jim Says:

    it also seems to have been De-listed as it no longer shows up in the online catalog, which why the link does not work.

    UPDATE: never mind, they just changed the LOT #, so I changed the link to reflect that, now you can look at the rest of the pics of it.

  3. john l malcolm Says:

    OK, now 741.1. Still not a ’57, and does not have the features of a British-built 3-wheeler. Rack and pinion steering? This car appears to be a bastardized German built 1959 3-wheeler. Note the US type door bumper and 2CV type clips on the headlamps.

  4. Jim Says:

    Looking at the pics you can see that the ID plate is not installed on the fender well inside but you can barely see the 4 holes where it supposed to go.
    Also- the handbrake mechanism is not the British type, but the German style, the side marker lamps appear to be European, not Lucas Pig Ears and looking at the coil in the engine compartment it appears to be Bosch, not Lucas.
    I am pretty sure this car is from the same seller as the red Heinkel. If so, it is from a guy in Indiana who was bragging on a eBay listing awhile back that the Heinkel was going to sell for $60,000
    oh well!
    He is not known for his extensive knowledge of Isettas. I wonder if the eventual buyer can get their money back if they find out it is not a proper British Built Isetta? I mean that is what it is being advertised as.

  5. David Says:

    ***PLEASE NOTE that the two King Midgets (lots 630 and 630.1 sold for $14,500 EACH, for a total of $29,000, plus 10% buyer’s premium. They now live at Allen Unique Autos in Grand Junction, CO.

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