Last Call- As Individual as Those Who Drive it Edition

All seventy one of them.
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  1. DeadinSideInc Avatar

    Way to make me look up a car then spend time committing useless details to memory!
    And now I kind of want one.

  2. Robert Emslie Avatar
    Robert Emslie

    More on this upcoming.

    1. muthalovin Avatar
  3. lilwillie Avatar

    I have never seen that car before. Wonderful, another rig I'd like to have. My real life Gran Tourismo Video game fix is going to bankrupt me.

    1. Han_Solex Avatar

      2.2L Chrysler turbo motor? Does that make it the spiritual ancestor of the Mosler Consulier?

  4. Maymar Avatar

    I didn't realize "individual" meant "TR7 and X1/9 drivers with steroid problems"

  5. Manic_King Avatar

    Never knew about this car, very interesting. Seems that registry and UK history is over at

  6. engineerd Avatar

    Absolutely fascinating. I desire one of these. It looks like 30 more were built after AC became AC (Scotland) plc. So, our chances of finding one just nearly doubled!

    1. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

      They were built by violent Glaswegian drunks (this sentence is doubly redundant). Your chances of finding a Scottish one are almost nil.

      1. engineerd Avatar

        Good point. Even if you did find one, the chances of anything on it functioning is almost nil.

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