Sarah Jane Adventure Help

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    OK, so it's being a slow week out in no where Nevada. Yesterday the cook and I sat around watching Sarah Jane Adventures on the Science Fiction channel. I've never seen them before. But I'm hoping some of you British LPSG-ers can lend me some assistance. WHAT IN THE HELL IS THE MODEL/MAKE OF THE LITTLE CAR SHE DRIVES?! For me, this is the most interesting part of the series.

    It's a little snot green colored affair and I want one. I've been been doing the usual Google search, but no mention of make and model of Sarahs fabu little sporster shows up.

    Any British Auto aficionados know what I'm talking about?

    Humbly yours,

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    Thanks for the guidance. I read the Wikipedia site entry (obviously not too closely) and never picked up on what kind of ride she has. But then, I'm old (my excuse from now until I take the big dirt nap -- worked for my dad). :smile:

    Yeah, that little automobile is a sweet-looking piece of automotive industrial design. Just funky enough to stand out and be enjoyable to have as a "pet" car. Thanks everyone for the help. I'll now go online and see if any are available on E-Bay or some other site.

    Thanks,

    Midlifebear in need of post midlife toys.
     
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