Ta-da! It opens up!
Lihi, the nice guide of the Open Museum at Omer Industrial Park, is proud to show us this special microcar.
It's a 1960 Messerschmitt Isabela, with a 690 cc, 2 piston engine, made in Germany of course.
After the war, the Allies for a time did not allow Messerschmitt to build aircraft.
In the early 1950s the company turned instead to small motor vehicle manufacture.
The collection of 32 antique cars exhibited at the Omer Open Museum is owned by Eitan Wertheimer, son of entrepreneur and industrialist Stef Wertheimer.
I'll show you some more in future posts.