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1955 BMW Isetta Jagdwagen (hunting car)

The Original Jagdwagen was made for the CEO of BMW, Kurt Donath, who liked hunting and used this car to go shooting.

This is a replica of a BMW Isetta converted to a "Hunting Car" for the Director of BMW in 1955

The chassis and running gear are all standard Isetta-issue, but the body is made up to accommodate 2 hunters, their gear and their catch.

Later, a Pennsylvania Company: CHADWICK imported Isetta chassis' to convert them into Golf Cars with a remarkably similar look to this "Jagdwagen"

Manufacturer: Bayerische Motoren Werke, Munich, Germany

Model: Jagdwagen Motor: BMW 4-stroke Body : Steel
Years Built: 1955 No. Cylinders: 1 Chassis: Steel Tube
No. Produced: ~1 Displacement: 295 cc Suspension Front: Swing Arm
No. Surviving: none Horsepower: 13 Susp Rear: Leaf
Length:90" Gearbox: 4 + rev Steering: Worm
Width: 54.5" Starter: Dynastart Brakes: Hydraulic
Weight: 700 lbs Electrics: 12 v 4 Wheels: 4.80 x 10”
Interior: Bench Ignition: Coil Top Speed: 85 km/h

© 2005