Having just recently received my October copy of MOTOR SPORT, I write with reference to DM Landers’ letter ‘Unique or Very Unique’. My recollection is that there is at least one other Ghia Cobra in existence, in which case the car advertised in the September issue is not unique, it is just very rare. However on looking at the advertisement in the October issue, I see that whilst the ‘very unique’ has been dropped, the car has now become RDH which maybe does make it unique after all!
Jonathan R Mackie
Muttrah, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
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Letters from Readers, July 1968
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