1961 Isetta 300 (British)
Isetta of Great Britain built a wide variety of styles of Isetta:
4 wheel left hand drive
4 wheel right hand drive
3 wheel left hand drive
3 wheel right hand drive
With the commonality of major components between German and English built Isettas, it was perhaps inevitable that the commercial version would eventually emerge from the Brighton works.
The RAC used a small fleet until they were ousted in favour of Austin A35 and Mini Vans.
The absence of bumpers identifies this as a standard model. Whether it was used for deliveries or merely as an advertisement is not known.
Rear load space could carry 165 lbs.