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Bricklin

Bricklin was short-lived brand of vehicles by American entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin. Its sole model, the SV-1, is a two-seat sports car that was built from 1974 to late 1975. The car was noteworthy for its gull-wing doors and composite bodywork of color-impregnated acrylic resin bonded to fiberglass. To promote the SV-1 as a car designed with an emphasis on safety, the company touted such features as its integrated roll-over structure and energy-absorbing bumpers. The car's name is an abbreviation for "safety vehicle one". Among the factors blamed for the car's ultimate demise were ongoing quality control problems, supplier shortages, worker absenteeism and a series of price increases that more than doubled the price of the car in two years. Production of the SV-1 ended with just under 3,000 cars built.

Bricklin was short-lived brand of vehicles by American entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin. Its sole model, the SV-1, is a two-seat sports car… Read more

Bricklin was short-lived brand of vehicles by American entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin. Its sole model, the SV-1, is a two-seat sports car that was built from 1974 to late 1975. The car was noteworthy for its gull-wing doors and composite bodywork of color-impregnated acrylic resin bonded to fiberglass. To promote the SV-1 as a car designed with an emphasis on safety, the company touted such features as its integrated roll-over structure and energy-absorbing bumpers. The car's name is an abbreviation for "safety vehicle one". Among the factors blamed for the car's ultimate demise were ongoing quality control problems, supplier shortages, worker absenteeism and a series of price increases that more than doubled the price of the car in two years. Production of the SV-1 ended with just under 3,000 cars built.

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