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Riley RMB Drophead (1952). This was not made by the Riley Motor Cars Ltd works, but was built by the Nuffield Company who purchased the name after the demise of the original Company just after WW2.

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We trust you know the Aston Martin Vulcan. An 800bhp trackday special, it will set you back around £1.8million. Or rather it used to. One has just appeared for sale in America, and it’s listed at $3.4million. At current exchange rates, that’s £2.4million. Or a 33 per cent mark-up…

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Riley "9" Plus, tourer For Sale (1930) on Car And Classic UK [C366259]

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