If you're into obscure microcars, boy do we have the thing for you. This car, , is a 1957 Inter 175A Berline. It's a French-built three-wheeler with folding front wheels and a folding glass canopy. It's also mint green. You should buy it.
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According to the auction listing, approximately 300 examples of the 175A Berline were produced, with around 10 percent still remaining today. The rear wheel is connected to a single-cylinder two-stroke 175cc engine that produces a monstrous eight horsepower, connected via a chain guide and a three-speed manual transmission.
Much like Germany's Messerschmitt microcar, the Berline features a side-opening canopy cabin area, along with handlebar steering and seating for two. As you can see, amenities are few and far between.
After a three-year concours-quality restoration by the seller, it's being offered by RM Sotheby's at its Amelia Island event in March of 2018, .