The futuristic ‘Hustler’ series of cars were designed and built by William Towns between 1979 and 1989. Usually based on the Mini, they featured sharp-edged, angular bodywork in the 70s industrial-design idiom, including sliding glass doors. The ‘Wooden’ used a unique marine-ply monococque chassis in place of the usual fibreglass, and as one of the 80 built that hasn’t succumbed to woodworm, it’s very rare today.

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