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BMW Isetta Air Conditioning & Heat
BMW Isetta Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
BMW Isetta Brakes
BMW Isetta Charging and Staring Systems
BMW Isetta Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
BMW Isetta Cooling System
BMW Isetta Decals, Emblems & Detailing
BMW Isetta Emission System
BMW Isetta Engines & Components
BMW Isetta Exhaust
BMW Isetta Exterior
BMW Isetta Filters
BMW Isetta Gaskets
BMW Isetta Gauges
BMW Isetta Glass
BMW Isetta Ignition System
BMW Isetta Interior
BMW Isetta Lighting & Lamps
BMW Isetta Parts Cars
BMW Isetta Safety & Security
BMW Isetta Suspension & Steering
BMW Isetta Transmission & Drivetrain
BMW Isetta Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
BMW Isetta Wheels and Tires
BMW Isetta Other Parts
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The Isetta was a microcar made by BMW and perhaps most well-known in the United States as the car driven by Steve Urkel in the TV show "Family Matters." It had a bubble shape, 3 wheels on many models, and only one door for passengers to use, in the front of the car!
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The Isetta was made by several different companies. They included Iso, Romi-Isetta, Velam, Isetta of Britain, and BMW. BMW built 136,367 of them. Isetta of Britain built the second most, with just about 30,000. Of the 8,500 Isetta's imported by BMW to the United States, it is estimate about 1,000 survive. An Isetta-like kit is also currently being sold, which allows buyers to choose an engine type. Besides the original motors, motorcycle engines are also popular choices, as they are small enough to fit in the rather cramped space the design of the car allows. Used Isetta's are still widely available on eBay, along with Isetta parts and memorabilia.
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