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The Leeds based Rodley Automobile Company produced its crudely designed "micro-car", the 750, from 1954-1955. The company had ambitious plans to mass-produce the motorcycle engined car at the rate of 60 cars per week. Despite its claims of the being "the cheapest four wheeled car in Britain" the Rodley disappeared forever in 1955.

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