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    Caterham may have found a new distributor in the US, but it will still be some time before buyers get the chance to pick up a production version of its AeroSeven Concept. The lightweight sports car that we thought looked pretty unique and special is going back to the drawing board after criticism from customers in one of the brand's most important markets – Malaysia.

    There are few things we like quite as much as a speedster. We're not talking about a chopped-windshield, cowled rear deck convertible here, though we like those too. We mean extreme sportscars with no windshield or convertible roof to speak of whatsoever. Cars like the Pininfarina Sergio, Aston Martin CC100 concept, Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss, and the one you see here.

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