Reliant always had a knack for getting motor industries started in various countries, and Israel was one of these countries, with their Autocar company leveraging a lot of Reliant designs. One joint development was the Sabra, a fiberglass roadster with a strange, kinda ugly face.
It was sold in the UK with a slight spelling tweak as the Sabre, keeping the reliant tradition of naming sports cars for stabby things like Scimitars, and not stabby things like prickly desert cactus-fruits like the sabra. Different kinds of stabby, you see.
Sabras/Sabres always reminded me of a similar ugly-cool roadster, the Daimler Dart.