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Renault Espace- 1987

Renault Espace- 1987

The Espace debuted in 1984, the same year as the Dodge Caravan. Both were pioneers in the Multi-Purpose Vehicle market.

Renault Le Car- 1979

Renault Le Car- 1979

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Renault Megane R-26-2007

Renault Megane R-26-2007

Renaultsport made this limited edition R26 to commemorate the company’s winning of the 2005 and 2006 F1 World Championship.  The engine was enlarged and turboed to bring the horsepower up to 227.

Renault R10- 1971

Renault R10- 1971

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Renault R16- 1973

Renault R16- 1973

The Renault 16 (known colloquially as the R16) was a forward-looking car. Before the term “hatchback” was coined, the R16 was the first medium-sized front-wheel-drive family car, simply called a “five door”.

Renault Rogue Commander-1954

Renault Rogue Commander-1954

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Renault Sport Spider-1998

Renault Sport Spider-1998

Looking at the Spider, you will see that it is a completely different car from the other Renaults you have seen.  It is a stark open 2-seater similar to the Lotus Elise.

Renault Type Ag Series 1- 1909

Renault Type Ag Series 1- 1909

Renault brothers Louis, Marcel, and Fernand founded Renault as Société Renault Frères in 1898.Their first Renault car was the A-Type Voiturette 1CV, fitted with a De Dion-Bouton-supplied, single-cylinder engine.

Rene Bonnet CBR-1- 1965

Rene Bonnet CBR-1- 1965

Deutsch-Bonnet was a partnership between Charles Deutsch and Rene Bonnet that began in 1938 to build race cars. D-B cars were very successful on the racing circuit and dominated the world’s race tracks through the 1950s and early 1960s. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Rene Bonnet
Renovo Hardwood Bicycle-2015

Renovo Hardwood Bicycle-2015

Founded in 2007 by Ken Wheeler, whose background is in composite aircraft design, Renovo builds hollow laminated hardwood road and mountain bikes. 

Rogowsky- 1959

Rogowsky- 1959

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Rolux VB60- 1948

Rolux VB60- 1948

This company began in 1938 under the name New-Map and was better known for manufacturing motorcycles. While the microcar was somewhat of a novelty, it quickly found favor in the harsh post-war period. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Les Equipements Electriques K.V.
Rover P3-1948

Rover P3-1948

The Rover P3 was only slightly different than its predecessor, the P2.  Since the P3 came out just after World War II, car demand was strong.

Rovin D4- 1953

Rovin D4- 1953

Robert and Raul de Rovin began building cyclecars and motorcycles in the 1920s. After World War II ended, the French government encouraged the development of economy cars to get the nation moving again after the devastation of war. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Robert de Rovin
Rumi Formichino- 1955

Rumi Formichino- 1955

Fonderie Officine Rumi (F.O.R.) was founded in 1906 in Bergamo, Italy by Achille Rumi.

Saab 900 Turbo - 1992

Saab 900 Turbo - 1992

In 1978, Saab debuted the replacing its long-serving 99 model. Saab kept much of the 99’s body lines, but it was a complete redesign from the front seats forward, making the 900 much longer and lower than the 99. 

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