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1956 | Victoria Spatz

Spatz Victoria Spatz 200 M0339

EUR 28,500


Model year: 2022
GVW: 560 kg
Number of keys: 3
Reference number: M0339

Beautifully restored car, the restoration was done a few years ago in Germany. This is the very rare model with the split window. There is a soft top, but not restored.. Dutch registration.

The Spatz, later renamed Victoria 250, is a four-wheeled microcar that was built between 1956 and 1958.
The fiberglass body resembled a sports car, but at only 10 hp (7 kW) it was too weak to qualify as such, however light it was. Driving backwards, as with the Messerschmitt KR200, was by running the motor backwards, or just pushing it. The car was mechanically similar to the KR200, but with a single bench seat for two or three people side by side.
The car was originally designed by Egon Brütsch as the Brütsch 200 "Spatz" (German for sparrow), a fiberglass tricycle with the suspension of the front wheels and the rear wheel directly on the body. As such, the car's construction proved to be faulty and test drives on rough roads resulted in severe cracks in the bodywork.
The Spatz was built under the name "Victoria 200" by the "Bayerische Autowerke GmbH" founded in 1956 by H.Friedrich and the Victoria works in Nurnberg. The engine had 200cc and 4 gears and initially 3 wheels (1 at the back). Towards the end, he actually had an electromagnetic clutch, which worked with the push of a button.

The company "Burgfalke" in Burglengenfeld near Regensburg took over 130 bodies, assembly systems and materials.
Once the design was sold, the Spatz evolved into a full-fledged 4-wheel Victoria 250, demonstrating that this economic marvel of Germany had many enthusiasts among small cars. The single-cylinder two-stroke engine had grown from 200 to 250cc and was now quite fast, but also too expensive.

Vehicle details

Vehicle data

Model name
First registration date
Not provided
Year of manufacture
Mileage (read)
54,349 km
Chassis number
Not provided
Engine number
Not provided
Gearbox number
Not provided
Matching numbers
Not provided
Previous owners
> 6

Technical details

Body style
Small car (Roadster)
Power (kW/hp)
Cubic capacity (ccm)
Left (LHD)
Front brakes
Rear brakes
Fuel type

Individual configuration

Exterior color
Manufacturer color name
Interior color
Interior material
Imitation leather

Optional equipment


Condition, registration & documentation

Has Report
Historical license plate
Ready to drive


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