Gould's Micro and Mini Classic 2004
This collection of photos was taken on 7/10/04 at the Micro and Mini car show at the Larz Anderson Museum in Brookline, MA. This show was part of a larger three-day event hosted by Charles and Nancy Gould called the Micro and Mini Car Classic (www.bubbledrome.com).
The Isetta was designed by a refrigerator company. Like a fridge, it has only one door and it's right on the front. All Isettas had a sunroof. It was the escape hatch, in case of a front end collision.
Awesome bubble-windowed Isetta
How cool is that?!
The closest thing to flying. This little guy is a Messerschmitt. Yeah, the same Messerschmitt as the planes.
I think this little Goggomobil Dart is awesome. I wish I could have gotten a ride.
I didn't even know Vespa made cars!
I got to ride in this one.
That's our Land Rover Freelander next to the Vespa.
That gives you and idea of just how small this car really is.