The Allegro was supposed to be a fresh start for Austin after being starved of resources in the 1960s. It replaced the highly successful Austin/Morris 1100 and 1300, and was a well-funded project to take on the might of Ford in the UK, and European car manufacturers on the continent. So, why was the Allegro nicknamed “All Aggro” by some, and the “flying pig” by others?
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