Well, here it is. The Peel P50, the world's smallest production car. Made on the Isle Of Man in the early '60s, it is a classic, and now hybrids are almost 3 times it's size. It ran on a small motor from a moped, and it was made of monoque, so it was very light, and if it broke down or if you couldn't find a parking place, you could pull it to a garage or straight into your workplace. Shove that in your nose, Smart Car!
First off, if you want this judged by more people, you should add a link in the conversation thread. Alright, now to judging... unfortunately, I'm not going to be giving this a high score. The build itself is OK... it's recognizable, but it's also built boxily and with a low amount of detail. The other thing I don't like is the presentation. The pictures are poorly cropped, slightly blurry, and extremely grainy. You'll do better with a blank background... try a sheet of standard printer paper. I give this a 35, I apologize but this wasn't the kind of model that made me go "wow!" when I saw it.
Please do not ask for instructions on any of my creations including this one, because after I post it, not having many bricks, they will be taken apart and made into another creation. Thanks for viewing.