1957 Reliant Regal MkIII

The Reliant Regal is a compact three-wheeler manufactured by the British company Reliant Motor Company. The Regal debuted in 1953 as a successor to the previous Reliant Three-Wheeler. Regal was produced in several modifications for almost 20 years, until 1973. Baseline versions included the Regal sedan, Regal Supervan convertible, and Regal Sedan convertible. The car was equipped with two-cylinder engines with a volume of 600 or 700 cubic meters. see. The use of a fiberglass body made it possible to significantly reduce the weight of the car, improving its maneuverability and efficiency. The Regal was popular with buyers looking for a small, inexpensive and economical car. The three-wheeled design allowed the Regal to be classified as a sidecar motorcycle in Britain, giving certain tax and registration advantages. Regal played an important role in the development of British motoring in the 1950s and 1970s.

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Production Start 1953
Production End 1973
Country of origin Great Britain