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Kaiser Darrin aimed to compete with European sports cars that were dominating the market at the time, which subsequently was a fight for power between the Chevrolet Corvette and Ford Thunderbird. Designed by Howard Dutch Darrin, the car's name combined his with Henry Kaiser. This car is especially noteable for it's revolutionary "Dutch" doors, as well as for being the first American car with a fiberglass body. Although a good performer overall, it was a bit underpowered and didn't measure up to the European Nash and Triumph's it was supposed to compete with. Due to a combination of unfortunate circumstances, crumbling finances, loss of assembly facilities, and a freak snowstorm, only 435 Darrin's were ever produced
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