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WOW. Thanks for sharing your pics. All a must to see. Myself I like these little guys. The Whatadrag Hotwheels 1/1 scale surprised me the most. It doesn't take long to view the pics so I recommend others to take a peek.
 

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:thumbsup: Great Slideshow - Always Luv the Microcars :wave:

:woohoo: Microcar Diecast Pictures look Great too.:thumbsup:

:wave: THanks For Sharing the Pics ! :wave:





NUMBER ONE REASON TO COLLECT DIECAST : ENJOYMENT !!!

SO KEEP ON ENJOYING,

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:thumbsup: Great Slideshow - Always Luv the Microcars :wave:

:woohoo: Microcar Diecast Pictures look Great too.:thumbsup:

:wave: THanks For Sharing the Pics ! :wave:





NUMBER ONE REASON TO COLLECT DIECAST : ENJOYMENT !!!

SO KEEP ON ENJOYING,

Dan (Zeezeerider)
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Kinda makes you wish somebody would start making Isetta's again. Just dropping an injected 4 cyl into one would make it a hot rod. Half the cost to replace rear rubber, too (although it looks like some serious teardown to get at theirs). Fun to think about it.
 

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Just dropping an injected 4 cyl into one would make it a hot rod.
Won't fit. Unless you want to make some kind of extended chassis like the What-a-drag. The engine compartment on an Isetta won't even hold a large 2 cylinder motorcycle engine without modification, let alone a 4 cylinder engine.
 
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