Originally panned for its very heavy steering and understeer (it is equipped
with a truck engine a lot heavier than Abingdon was told to expect) it was
improved with correct tyres, pressures etc. More of a long-distance tourer
than a sports car to be chucked about, its relatively short life does make
it more interesting and valuable. Some parts (engine of course, and front
suspension) are unique to the C so probably more difficult/expensive to
source as compared to the B.
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> IWhat is the opinion of the group regarding the
> handling and drivability of these cars?