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According to one David A. Knox, who runs a webpage devoted to the glory of the departed Renault Fuego, "I have tried to be accurate about my facts and figures, but, as anyone who has done automotive history knows, precision is often an unapproachable goal." While we feel that Knox may need to have a chat with Bruce, we do appreciate his dedication to Renault's oft-forgotten sports coup of the 1980s, which was available and your friendly, local and rather desperate American Motors dealer. Plus, at one point, it even had a hemi! Then again, so did the Starion, and it was actually driven by the correct wheels. Regardless, the Fuego's worldwide production span lasted until 1993, which gives it the longevity edge.

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