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Former Messerschmitt engineer Fritz Fend started building the Fend Flitzer wheelchairs, which became popular with the working population during the post-war crisis.
In 1952, Fend offered Willy Messerschmitt to organize the production of three-wheeled "kabinenrollers" at his factory in Regensburg, and one of the first German microcars, the Messerschmitt KR175, was born.
It had a body tapering back, similar to the fuselage of an aircraft, a transparent fiberglass cap attached to the side, a steering wheel instead of a steering wheel, and two seats located one behind the other.
The machine was driven by a two-stroke 1-cylinder Fichtel & Sachs engine with a volume of 174 cm3 and a power of 9 hp, mounted at the rear.
From 1953 to 1955 almost 20, 000 Messerschmitt KR175 units were produced in Germany.
Under license, the model was also produced in Italian Brescia, where it was sold as the Mi-Val Mivalino.
In 1955, it was replaced by the Messerschmitt KR200, equipped with a 10 hp 1-cylinder engine increased to 192 cm3.
In 1956, Messerschmitt obtained the right to build aircraft and the microcar factory was sold to Fritz Fend, who founded FMR.
He continued to produce the Messerschmitt KR200 until 1964, when the car was no longer in demand due to the improvement of the economic situation in the country.
An attempt to replace it with a "sports" four-wheeled Messerschmitt TG500 was unsuccessful, since it was based on the same platform with a similar aircraft-type body, but cost much more than a three-wheeled "kabinenroller".