The iconic Reliant Scimitar GTE SE5 Coupe 1973 is an iconic vehicle from the 1970s that still holds a certain degree of charm and appeal. It is a two-door coupe that has a signature design that immediately catches the eye. Its bodywork is box-like in shape and it features a louvered bonnet with its two headlights placed one above the other. The bodywork is made of steel, with door and wing surfaces being painted and featuring a unique black powertrain. It has a classic red-and-white checkered grille with twin round fog lights mounted in front and a swept-back windscreen. The vehicle has a glass-fibre reinforced plastic roof with an attached rearward-facing back seat. The interior of the car consists of a two-tone vinyl dashboard with instrumentation located for easy visibility, as well as a genuine leather-covered steering wheel. The length of the car is approximately 4.5 metres, with a width of 1.7 metres and a height of 1.3 metres. It is equipped with an air-boat suspension system, which allows the car to fare better in off-road conditions. It runs on an in-line six-cylinder, 3-litre engine that produces a maximum power output of 150 brake horse power and can reach a top speed of 135 mph. In terms of safety, the Reliant Scimitar GTE SE5 Coupe 1973 model is equipped with ventilated front disc brakes along with twin rear drum brakes. It also has an advancedAnti-Submarining seat belt system and a decelerometer as part of its compliment of safety features. The Reliant Scimitar GTE SE5 Coupe 1973 is an unique car that holds a special place in the hearts of many. It is a classic example of 70's engineering and design, and its style will turn admiring heads no matter where it goes.
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