Unusual Cars Owned by Elvis Isetta Collection

Designed  1952-53, Iso presented the first Isetta at the 1953 Turin Motor Show. Looking like the result of a high-speed collision between a refrigerator, a scooter and an airplane. The Iso Isetta was only 4.5 ft wide by 7.5 ft long. The car had a single door at the front, rear wheels that were only 19 inches apart and gas mileage of over 50 miles per gallon.
1953 Iso Isetta Car Cars Owned by Elvis Presley
 Iso Isetta was only 4.5 ft wide by 7.5 ft long

Designed and developed during 1952-53, Iso presented the first Isetta at the 1953 Turin Motor Show. Looking like the result of a high speed collision between a refrigerator, a scooter and an airplane. The Iso Isetta was only 4.5 ft wide by 7.5 ft long. The car had a single door at the front, rear wheels that were only 19 inches apart and gas mileage of over 50 miles per gallon.

The two-cylinder Isetta, two-stroke engine had a top speed of 45 mph and could propel the Isetta to 30 mph in 36 seconds. Isetta began production in Italy for domestic sales

Elvis with his Iso Isetta car
The two-cylinder Isetta,
Top speed of 45 mph
Elvis with Linda Thompson- Three wheel motorbike
Linda Thompson and Elvis
riding a three wheel motorbike
Elvis Golf Cart 1958
Elvis Golf Cart 1958
Iso Esetta Car Owned by Elvis
 Iso Isetta had a single door at the front
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