Tom Ensign traveled all the way to Massachusetts to claim a broken down 1957 Isetta 300 that had spent 18 years in a barn, being ravaged by squirrels and mice. He spent several years disassembling, repairing and then reassembling the little “bubble car,” which makes occasional grocery store runs in Wichita now.
Tom Ensign traveled all the way to Massachusetts to claim a broken down 1957 Isetta 300 that had spent 18 years in a barn, being ravaged by squirrels and mice. He spent several years disassembling, repairing and then reassembling the little “bubble car,” which makes occasional grocery store runs in Wichita now. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Tom Ensign traveled all the way to Massachusetts to claim a broken down 1957 Isetta 300 that had spent 18 years in a barn, being ravaged by squirrels and mice. He spent several years disassembling, repairing and then reassembling the little “bubble car,” which makes occasional grocery store runs in Wichita now. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

Intrigued by Isetta, man brings one home to Wichita to restore

November 15, 2017 07:40 PM

UPDATED November 17, 2017 10:56 AM

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