Seating: 2 (more, if you relegate them to the pickup bed)
Power: 9.5 hp
Estimate: $45,000 – $55,000
We know, we know; you’d totally rock an Isetta if only it had more cargo space. And by more cargo space, you’re talking more than the little tray on the back of the factory-built Isetta pickup. Well, you’re in luck. In addition to building the Isetta in three- and four-wheel coupe forms, Iso also hacked its little bubble car into an elongated, half-ton truck it called the Autocarro (or, when built under license in Spain, the Isettacarro). The stock Isetta body was cut behind the front bench seat, placed atop a custom tube-frame chassis, and gifted with a van, flatbed, or pickup-like cargo body. The Isetta’s 236-cc split-single engine remained intact. Some 4900 Autocarro/Isettacarros were ultimately built.