1964 Renault Dauphine Review
A French Baby Car With A Big Heart! — Impressive looks from a small car, reasonably comfortable seats and a fair sized boot. Rather spartan dash with only the bare essentials. The gear-shift lever was long and quite vague, but after a while even that was forgotten due to the fun one had driving it. I would definitely buy another one if I could find a Dauphine in good condition.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: A neat little car, great for commuting to work and back. Extremely light on fuel until we did some mods
Cons: In stock formant it's road holding was not too good
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