Some MESSERSCHMITT Car Service Manuals PDF above the page - FMR, KR200, TG.
The name of this German brand is inextricably and closely associated with the formidable Messerschmitt fighters of the WW2. However, after the war years, the company was engaged in quite a peaceful auto industry.
The company focused on the assembly of two-wheeled and two-seater mini-cars with lever control.
The Kabinenkroller-KR175, as the creators called this baby, could accelerate up to 80 km / h with a 9-horse power engine, and was notable for its low inertia - the weight of the car was only about 200 kg.
The Germans themselves called him a scooter with a cab. The car had three eight-inch wheels and a steering wheel, more like a steering wheel, and two seats: one after the other.
The 174-cc starting engine from the Messerschmitt Me 262 fighter jet sets in motion a motocart.
The fuel consumption of this baby is only 3.7 liters per 100 km, so it can rightfully be considered super-economical and compact.
However, the firm’s policy of raising sales prices at low cost of cars played a grim role, and in 1990 the latest model was released. After which, the company was closed.