Blueprint Riley GP OW 1936

Riley GP OW 1936


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The Riley GP OW 1936 is a classic piece of art deco British engineering and design. This two-seater sports car features a unique shape that makes it stand out in a crowd. It is powered by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder, 15–20 horsepower engine that delivers power to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. The car is small and lightweight, weighing in at just 1,040kg, and sits low on the road with its low-slung body. It is surprisingly roomy underneath its flowing curves, with enough interior space for two people and a small amount of luggage. The exterior of the Riley GP OW 1936 has a leaf green and gold paint job that compliments its art deco styling. It features a long, slender bonnet with a classic arched grille, a slightly curved windscreen, and classic disc-mounted headlamps with unique Riley branding. Its body is all steel and has a beautiful swept tail that looks like it belongs on a much faster car. The classic Riley trademarks of the large round radiator grille and polished wheel hubs can also be seen throughout the design of the body. When it comes to the interior of the Riley GP OW 1936, comfort and convenience features abound. The two-seat arrangement features a leather-clad bench seat up front, with two individual seats in the back. The interior is trimmed with polished wood and includes chrome touches throughout that add to the sophisticated design. The dashboard is elegantly laid out, with the gauges and controls are all clearly labelled. The car also includes safety features such as a handbrake, an adjustable foot brake, and a switch that allows the driver to turn the headlamps on or off. The Riley GP OW 1936 is a modern classic that stands as a testament to the expertise of the engineers and designers who brought it to life. It is a perfect blend of elegance and performance, and is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

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