The Borgward Isabella could be considered Germany’s answer to the Lancia Aurelia as it was pretty, cleverly engineered, and good to drive. The saloon Isabella, named after company founder Carl Borgward’s wife, arrived in 1954with a 1.5-liter engine featuring an alloy cylinder head. It was joined by the coupe a year later, along with a very rare cabriolet.
Not common outside of Germany, Borgward still sold 202,862 Isabella’s during a seven-year production run. This is a good running car and in pretty good original condition. The starter motor has been redone by Rally Sport Motors.
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