- Rare on the market
- Nice cosmetic condition
- Famous " big nose " look
- No reserve
- From an important Microcars collection
The company of Hans Glas built this scooter, named Goggo in Germany or Isaria for export. The first prototype was introduced in 1951. It was available in several engine sizes and even with a sidecar, plus a utility version. With a well-engineered design, it was very successful and more than 46,000 Goggos were produced between 1951 and 1956.
Bought in 2012 by the current owner, this 150 cc motorscooter will be delivered with its original Belgian purchase invoice and its maintenance manual in French. It is powered by a single-cylinder, developing 6.7bhp, mated to a 3-speed gearbox. In good overall condition in its beige shade, this scooter has benefited from a cosmetic restoration in the past. It has not been used these last years and needs to be restarted. Its two-seater saddle, spare wheel at the rear, chrome rack and large front "nose" contribute to give this scooter a unique and irresistible look.