Another Heinkel-Based Vehicle

I missed this one when I visited the Microcar Museum:

Heinkel Cars and Cabin Scooters

It is a prototype of a Jurisch Motoplan. This is the only one known to exist, and is quite a vehicle.

You can tell from the picture that it uses a Heinkel engine. There’s more Heinkel underneath and inside:

Heinkel Cars and Cabin Scooters

This looks like a Heinkel scooter gas tank and exhaust, possibly from a 103-A0.

Heinkel Cars and Cabin Scooters

Inside is a Kabine shifter mechanism from a rod-change Heinkel. The car doesn’t have a steering wheel. You steer with two levers on either side of the seat. I bet that takes getting used to.

You can learn more about the car from (which is also the source of some of these pictures).

The car is part of the Microcar Auction in February. Estimated price for this one of a kind vehicle is $50-$75,000!.

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  1. This car actually sold at the auction for $90,000.00 plus a 15% buyer's premium for a total sales price of $103,500.00. It is one of three prototypes produced by Jurish, and this one was remarkably restored by Peter Svilans!

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