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Is there an owners' club for Reliant three wheelers?

Once upon a time, in the last century, I had a superb four wheeled Reliant, called perhaps a Rebel. Most of the weight was below the waistline as the body was glass fibre, and it was a dream to drive, with good acceleration and roadholding too. Is there still a Reliant Owners Club, please?

Asked on 28 July 2012 by JC, via email

Answered by Honest John
Here's the club: www.reliantownersclub.co.uk/ and, from it, here's the model list: www.reliantownersclub.co.uk/reliant_models.html

I think what you had was the Kitten. www.howmanyleft.co.uk shows a total of 149 Kittens currently licenced for road use and 179 more on SORN.
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