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It’s interesting to note that while the Z1 would have to wait four years to come to the UK, the bike was actually in development at the same time as Honda’s CB 750. Explore more details @ http://buff.ly/2arJI1i

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The most iconic element of the Sprite was the slightly curved front grille and the top-mounted headlights. The headlights did not retract or fold – they were designed to be permanently upright, giving the car a frog-eyed look. The curved grille also made it look like the little car had a perpetual smile. Explore more on #vintagecar #Frogeye@ http://buff.ly/299EuUF
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The silver dawn of the Rolls-Royce was perhaps the most memorable as planning the successor became crucial. After the hustle of four long years, something magnificent was ready to make a debut. Read more about it @ http://buff.ly/22OXs6Y

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The two founders, Charles Rolls and Fredrick Henry Royce, met and joined forces in 1904. While both men were very different, they shared a passion to create the best car in the world. Know more @ http://buff.ly/28jZNe2

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