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Lee Noble's boys didn't bring their new M15 to New York, but they did spare a highly regarded M12 GTO 3R. Who would have thought a $90,000 South Africa—built, Ford Duratec—powered super car that ships in two parts (it's technically a kit — sorry, component car) to bypass US emissions and crash regulations would lead to the company becoming a major player? Other than practically every US and UK sports-car journo and enthusiast who's ever driven a Noble (and those who've read their words of praise), probably no one.

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Here it Is: Noble Releases Pics of Upcoming M15 [internal]