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Autocade is an inter­national car cyclo­pædia that’s geo­­graphically unbiased, carefully edited for enthu­­siasts and media who want a quick, accurate reference.

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Innocenti 500

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Innocenti 500. 1987–90 (prod. n/a). 3-door saloon. F/F, 548 cm³ (I2 OHC). Replacement for the 650, with a smaller Daihatsu engine, still generating 33 PS. Much the same as before, but with less fussy grille. Survived briefly after Fiat took over in 1990, ..→


Vauxhall Cresta (PB)

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Vauxhall Cresta (PB). 1962–5 (prod. 87,047 incl. Velox). 4-door saloon, 5-door estate. F/R, 2651, 3294 cm³ (I6 OHV). Boxier successor to PA, which had dated by the time of PB’s release, but similar in engineering and positioning. Larger engine from ..→


Daihatsu Fellow

Daihatsu’s first kei car, slotting under the Compagno. Originally it was a conventional, front-engined, rear-drive model but with independent suspension; a second generation saw Fellow shift to front-wheel drive.



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