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Do you have information on the Riley Wayfarer?

Trying to track down any details of Riley Wayfarer, I believe designed by Gerald Palmer but never manufactured. Any details much appreciated.

Asked on 19 December 2016 by Christopher Burwell

Answered by Keith Moody
As far as I know, the Riley Wayfarer was a Pathfinder-based prototype powered by the 1.5-litre from the RME. I believe it is also sometimes referred to as an RMG, but was ultimately rejected on the grounds that it was underpowered and spent its life working as a factory runabout.
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