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Triumph Acclaim. Anglo-Japanese saloon was a hit, and a sad end too

It was a brave new world for BL – a Honda built in the UK but, in many ways, the Triumph Acclaim represented so much more. When launched in 1981, the Acclaim was heralded as the first of a long line of Honda/Rovers but, more importantly than that, it proved once and for all that British assembly line workers were among the best in the world.
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Keywords: Michael Edwardes

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