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Episode #19.1 

In this first episode, Jeremy attempts to build a car that's even smaller than the famous Peel P50 and then tests it out on the streets of London. Meanwhile, James is testing the latest ... See full summary »
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In this first episode, Jeremy attempts to build a car that's even smaller than the famous Peel P50 and then tests it out on the streets of London. Meanwhile, James is testing the latest Bentley Continental GT Speed by taking it on a rally stage. As if that wasn't enough, Homeland star Damian Lewis is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car. Written by Anonymous

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When Jeremy arrives at the shopping center it takes 116 minutes to convert the P45 to electric operation. When he later runs out of battery in the library, he starts the P45 and drives it out despite not having restored its petrol drivetrain. See more »

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It's Personal
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Written by Johan Duncanson and Martin Carlberg
Performed by The Radio Dept
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