The Reliant Regal is almost a cult car in motoring circles, epitomising British eccentricity! It was manufactured between 1953-1973 by the Reliant Motor Company in Tamworth, during which time over 2 million were made. Weighing under 7 cwt and with only three wheels, it was surprisingly classed as a tricycle and could be driven with a motorcycle licence instead of a full car licence
Wearing the early Automobile Association's signature yellow and black colour scheme this model includes a roof board advertising the AA Patrol Service, which is echoed along the sides. Registered REX 406K, the model features a wealth of 'chrome work' which even extends to silver trim round the side quarter light window
Product Code: 76REL001
Age Recommendation: 14 years and up
Display Size: W2.7 x H2.2 x D1.3cm
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