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Good little runner....
A tiny German bubble car that is less than 4ft long is expected to sell for big money.
The rare Messerschmitt KR200 was built in 1959 after the famous German company had been banned from making planes for the Luftwaffe.
The micro cars were cheap and easy to mass produce at a time of austerity after the Second World War. But by the 1970s they were seen as a figure of fun and many of them were discarded.
Today they are highly collectable and the KR200, which has been fully restored by its owner John Sandford-Hart (PICTURED), is tipped to sell for £30,000.
It will go under the hammer with auctioneers Charterhouse, of Sherborne, Dorset.