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Simplicity is the key for the world's favourite cult cars

Read Cars Logo By David Finlay of Read Cars | Slide 1 of 11: One thing you can be sure about when it comes to cult cars is that almost everyone will have their own definition of the term. Lists of this kind can never be anything other than personal, but that’s no reason why we can’t make and share them.To create this particular list, we’ve defined cult cars as ones which attracted an enormous following over an extended period, not because they were dramatic or exciting but because they were the right cars for the right people at the right time. Only one of them (you’ll find it at number 7) was specifically designed to be enjoyed by the people who bought it. The others were intended to do a simple job, and they did so brilliantly.If you don’t agree with this list, that’s fine. In fact, why not make up your own? It’s a very pleasant way of passing the time.

Simplicity is the key for the world's favourite cult cars

One thing you can be sure about when it comes to cult cars is that almost everyone will have their own definition of the term. Lists of this kind can never be anything other than personal, but that’s no reason why we can’t make and share them.

To create this particular list, we’ve defined cult cars as ones which attracted an enormous following over an extended period, not because they were dramatic or exciting but because they were the right cars for the right people at the right time. Only one of them (you’ll find it at number 7) was specifically designed to be enjoyed by the people who bought it. The others were intended to do a simple job, and they did so brilliantly.

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