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  • Mistress Geema

    1962 BMW Isetta. Built in Brighton, with only a 300cc engine, the “Bubble Car” has its only door at the front and opens with the steering wheel attached.

  • Elaine Culver

    BMW Isetta 300

  • Hilda Witting

    Manufactured in 1962, the Isetta was one of the first cheap people’s cars. Built in Brighton, with only a 300cc engine, the “Bubble Car” has its only door at the front and opens with the steering wheel #luxury sports cars #ferrari vs lamborghini #celebritys sport cars

  • Gigi Guerra

    the original smart car: the bmw isetta, 1962. the only door was on the front (& the steering wheel was attached!)

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