Cute as it gets. This Isetta has been a California car since new. Older repaint white exterior with brown interior. The Isetta was powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder 298 cc air-cooled BMW motorcycle engine with a 4 speed manual transmission. The engine was just completely resealed and had the carburetor rebuilt. New clutch installed. Complete brake system was gone through including master cylinder, brake lines, shoes, etc. Most of the electrical was redone and the battery compartment was modified to accept a larger battery. All lights, wipers, etc. work great. Clean little car with an older repaint showing minor flaws. Underside is clean with no rust. Runs and drives great. Fun, fun, fun!!
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The Pick of the Day is the four-seater version of the Isetta microcar, still with the full-width door up front
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