They don't get much smaller than this; the Mickey Rooney of vintage cars for sale:
http://www.justauto.com.au/justcars/cars-for-sale/1928-AUSTIN-SEVEN-JCM3504516?b ackurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.justauto.com.au%2Fjustcars%2Fcars-category%2Fvintage-car s-for-sale%2F&backtext=Back+to+results
Cute little car
here's another one, wonder how many bags of cement or oil drums you could transport?:
http://www.justauto.com.au/justcars/cars-for-sale/1928-AUSTIN-SEVEN-JCW3506877?b ackurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.justauto.com.au%2Fjustcars%2Fcars-category%2Fvintage-car s-for-sale%2F&backtext=Back+to+results
Good that it's red; reduces the chance of getting run over on the interstate
Our eccentric English friends drove this Austin 7 from Baltimore to Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. Eight months, 18,000 miles at 43 mph cruising, no support vehicle... and less than 100 miles on "the hook".
Wow, I wouldn't mind having that delivery truck. Kinda of reminds me of a Model T Pie Wagon. It's really neat, and not a bad price either. My wife would shoot me!
About twenty years ago we were at a British car show in the Kansas City area. A guy came in with a postwar Morris Minor on a trailer behind a full size van On the way back to watch him unload, I saw something through the window of the van. It was an Austin 7 touring car, with the windshield laid down and driven INTO the van. The rear doors of the van were unmodified.
Buy it and give it to your wife as a surprise present. You can then sell it to her by saying you noticed she's been having trouble parking her current car and you thought having a smaller car would make things easier for her. Make sure it's titled in your name though so she cannot sell it.