The forgotten Australian-built cars: Lightburn Zeta

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Just five years later, Lightburn had built an enviable manufacturing business, which employed 500 staff making brick molds, concrete mixers, power tools, wheelbarrows, go-karts, white goods, wheels and everything in between. As a result, the company had built a reputation for rugged, dependable, well made, yet unsophisticated products. Harold, ever the industrialist, was seeking more.

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