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A rare micro-car measuring just 3ft wide has sold for a huge fee of £46,000.
The blue Brütsch Mopetta dates back to 1953 and is one of only 14 models to be built - although it is now believed less than five survive.
The car is just 5ft 9.5in long and has a top speed of only 30mph. One year, it is also alleged to have completed the slowest lap time round the circuit at the Goodwood Revival.
It has three wheels, no roof and a 2-stroke, 50cc engine which is on full show next to one of the two rear wheels. There is room for a single driver who controls the car using a pair of handle bars, rather than a steering wheel.
There are a few scuffs and a small amount of rust on the bodywork but overall the Mopetta is in good condition and still runs as it should.
The market for microcars has grown in recent years following the cult following gained by more mass-produced models such as the Peel p50, and the BMW Isetta - better known as 'the bubble car'.