Evaluation: Restored 23 miles ago. Comes with bike trailer come up to match the car. Scuffs on the folding roof and a small scrape on the right side of the body. Light scratches on the rear window. Otherwise very good paint, brightwork, and interior. Like any Isetta, it’s cute.
Bottom Line: And Isettas have always been cute, not to mention the most well-known and popular microcar. They also have a broad appeal, from microcar specialists to BMW fans looking to round out a collection, so Isettas have long commanded strong prices relative to their size and performance. This one, for example, sold at RM Monterey way back in 2009, for $35,750.