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    Did anyone snap up the lovely looking bargain one on gumtree today? Sold within a few hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by melburgorbust View Post
    Did anyone snap up the lovely looking bargain one on gumtree today? Sold within a few hours
    I'm guessing it was a white Juvaquatre sedan from Victoria..?

    I didn't see it but I think I know of it.

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    For those interested in reading more about the Juvaquatre

    https://www.revolvy.com/topic/Renault%20Juvaquatre&uid=1575
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEDOOR View Post
    For those interested in reading more about the Juvaquatre

    https://www.revolvy.com/topic/Renault%20Juvaquatre&uid=1575



    That website is obviously geared to harvest advertising revenue rather than provide accurate information.

    One day I'll write my own version for people to rip to bits.......

    But just to correct one of their points. The Juva was a direct copy of the Opel Kadett, a monocoque construction car. Renault knew that he was infringing the Budd patents for monocoque construction, but ignored all their approaches, before being taken to court in Germany – where he lost and was forced to pay royalties for the use of Budd technology.
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    It didn't matter if Louise pinched the design because he ended up in prison anyway for apparently colluding with the German army.

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