Voisin Biscooter Prototye

1949 Voisin Biscooter Prototype

Offered by RM Auctions | Madison, Georgia | February 15-16, 2013

1949 Voisin Biscooter Prototype

Photo – RM Auctions

We’ve talked of Gabriel Voisin and his attempt to manufacture a microcar after World War II. When he designed the Biscooter, he built approximately 15 prototypes that he shopped around. Eventually, two of them were given to Voisin to take home. This is one of those two cars. It is completely original. The Biscuter was made in Spain, but this Biscooter was made by Voisin. It’s a pretty big deal. The engine is a six horsepower 125cc single-cylinder. It should sell for between $60,000-$80,000. Click here for more info.

Update: Sold $66,125.

2 thoughts on “Voisin Biscooter Prototye

  1. I purchased what I thought was a golf cart at an auction several years ago. It turns out that it’s a Biscooter, only got a portion of the motor and the grill is missing. I found the number 13 under the steering column, leading me to believe that this may be one of the prototypes. What do you think?

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