While waiting for my ride this morning I spotted a unique car that I'd never heard of before. I couldn't even tell what it was until I got close enough to read the logo. It was a BMW Isetta 300, and while I knew nothing about it I have since located a Wiki article that explains it was produced from 1955 to 1962, and that of the 8,500 that were exported to the U.S. only about 1,000 still survive. I found it parked under the overpass at McCarran and Highway 395 in Reno. By the time my ride arrived the owner had come back to the vehicle with a small gas can and fueled it up. I didn't get a chance to speak with him as by the time my ride pulled up he was driving off, after having opened the front of the vehicle to get in (that was an odd sight). I'm sure it burns dirty but its little 298cc engine must offer some incredible FE, and it is extremely cute.