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1957 Biscuter Pegasin

Because of the drop in sales and falling production numbers Autonacional introduced in fall 1957 a more attractive car, a sport version, named 200-F. This Model was intended to increase market appeal to a larger customer base, by offering a stylish miniature of the world-renowned "Spanish Ferrari", the Pegaso Z-102, also from Barcelona.

This tiny vehicle had a two-colour plastic body, hard- and soft-top and a 9-Horsepower motor. It was only capable of a 75 kph top speed and this didn’t allow it to be taken seriously.

In the beginning of 1960 the last examples of the Biscuter were built. The market for this type of vehicle disappeared altogether with the arrival of the Spanish Fiats.

Very few examples have survived.

Manufacturer: Autonacional S. A. Barcelona Spain

Model: M 200-F Motor: Hispano-Villiers, 2- stroke Body: Aluminum
Years Built: Fall 1957 - 1960 No. Cylinders: 1 Chassis: Platform
No. Produced: few Displacement: 197 cc Suspension Front: Coil
No. Surviving: few Horsepower: 9 Suspension Rear: Coil
Length: 2900 mm Gearbox: 3 speed Steering: Rack & Pinion
Width: 1260 mm Starter: Electric Brakes: Cable rear, Trans front
Weight: 240 kg Electrics: 6 v 4 Wheels: 4.00 x 8
Interior: Bench Ignition: Coil Top Speed: 76 kph

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