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I did drive that...er...one similar. A 1956 Isetta my dad bought cause he wanted it. Felt like what I figured a clown car would feel like. 1 cylinder engine, 4 speed. Door was on the front not the side like this one. The small dash and steering wheel rotated out with the door as it opened.
1950 Martin Stationette wood body 2-seat 3-wheeler with 65 cube 4 cyl, capable of 60 mph! https://www.reddit.com/r/WeirdWheels/comments/8zxra7/1950_martin_stationette_wood_body_2seat_3wheeler/
...resemblance to the Isetta is unmistakable...looks to me like a carpenter did a restoration by replacing all the panels in his technology of choice...
Drive it? Hell, I couldn't even wear it.
Depends how far you have to go. A third class ride is better than a first class walk.
"A third class ride is better than a first class walk." Analysis: False
A standard feature is the removal function.
No...but Mr. Bean would.
See: How FAR you have to walk. And over what terrain.