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Britain’s great V8 Aussie disaster

Autocar Logo By Richard Bremner of Autocar | Slide 1 of 11: From Australia to South Africa, from Trinidad to New Zealand, the British Motor Corporation offered cars assembled from kits to the country’s former subjects, possibly as punishment for having the cheek to seek independence.

Where Britain once had colonies, it often used to make cars.

From Australia to South Africa, from Trinidad to New Zealand, the British Motor Corporation offered cars assembled from kits to the country’s former subjects, possibly as punishment for having the cheek to seek independence.

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