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    A sports car manufactured in northern ireland, about 6500 of them still exist today

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    88 MPH

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    The gull-wing doors open up, rather than out

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    This car is named after the Tourist Trophy motorsports event held on the Isle of Man

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    It debuted in 1995 as a concept car

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    This car uses a transversely mounted internal combustion engine, which was first available with a 1.8 litre inline four cylinder 20-valve turbocharged engine.

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    General Purpose

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    "GP" (try saying it out loud)

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    It's the successor to a famous vehicle used in WW2

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    "The People's Car"

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    Its twin was the Plymouth Barracuda

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    Vanishing Point

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    USA's Best-selling vehicle for 23 years

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    1/2 Ton

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    This car gets the majority of its speed from being lightweight.

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    It's an anagram for 'my car'

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    The name of this car comes from the japanese word kanmuri, meaning "crown."

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    Soccer Mom

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    It can carry 7 passengers

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    As of 2008, this car has been the top-selling car in Canada for eleven straight years

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    Although not designed to be performance cars, they have been used for racing since the car was first introduced in 1972.

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    Used in the 1964 James Bond film 'Goldfinger'

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    The name comes from a fighter plane

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    Debuted in 1966

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    According to the manufacturer, the name means 'a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs'

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    A slightly upmarket version called the Sprinter was sold in this car's home market. It was replaced in 2001 by the Allex, which was then replaced by the Blade in 2009.

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    Exports to the United States began in March 1968. The car sold for about US $1,700.

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    Originally marketed under the "Austin" name, and designed as a project called "Austin Drawing Office Project Number 15"

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    Originally designed as a monocoque shell with welded seams visible on the outside of the car running down the A and C pillars, and between the body and the floor pan. To further simplify construction, the hinges for the doors and boot lid were mounted externally.

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    This car came about because of a fuel shortage caused by the 1956 suez crisis, whereby petrol was rationed in the UK.

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    It's considered to be the British equivalent of the Volkswagen Beetle

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