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1977 Renault 16Review
Philippe writes:

Great Looking Car — this car had a removable hard-top and a vynil removable electric roof , but it was not a convertible. came stock with a double weber carburator. great performance. but as with all french cars, bad body, rusty, thin,etc.. was fun driving . till my parents took it for a ride and wrecked it completely. they were lucky to get out alive.

Pros: performance and rooftop

Cons: bodywork poor

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