If this link will work for you,it is a 7 minute video of a fellow in england driveing the smallest car ever built.You gota to see this your self to believe it.
If I could get this car,I would put it in the bed of my T and if I had a break down I could just drive to get help.
That's a pretty slick little rig. I like the handle on the back for carrying it with you like luggage!
I've been into microcars for a decade or so now. I once had the remnants of a Peel Trident. Hehehe, the car looked like a Chicklet. The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in Madison Georgia is definitely worth checking out if ever in the area.
I tried to get 3 Istetas from my great aunt but she wont turn them loose.Building is laying on them now.
That's a shame, because Isettas are worth a fortune now.
I'm a baby car lover as well - but you knew that!
The only thing missing are the handles for the 6 Poll Bearers.
As the You-Tube clip presented, not practical for today's traffic. They were quite popular in Europe with many still running the streets. Here in the US, most are trailered to events then toured enmasse on quiet roads. I'm ever on the search for a Velorex 16/350. A Jawa based 3 wheeled two seater built in Czechoslovakia into the mid 70's.