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A romantic name for an evocative car. Generally regarded as the last 'real' Riley, the Pathfinder (or "type RMH" in Nuffield-speak) carried forward the 2443cc engine (now producing 110bhp) and IFS from the RMF, clothing it in a sleek and thoroughly modern body. The car also featured a variety of small refinements (such as self-cancelling indicators), in order to satisfy the more demanding 1950s motorist.
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