Diamond Rally, Vancouver, BC., Canada.
Clénet was a manufacturer of automobiles with old retro styling, mixed with modern technology. Each limited-production model was conceived, designed, and produced by a small team of men and women in Santa Barbara County, California, in the 1970s and 1980s. The automobile's distinctive styling was based on the high-end automobiles of the 1930s. Despite their retro looks, Clénets used modern drive trains and suspension systems.
No 233 of 250
120 inch wheelbase of Lincoln Continental MarkV.
Engine chassis drive train 351 cu in V8 engine.
Cab and trunk from an MG Midget.
Connolly leather and lambs wool carpeting
Ash tray is Waterford crystal
Believed to be the only one in Canada
Less than 10,000 miles
Cost in 1979 US$67,500