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Dutton is a niche British automobile manufacturer with a storied history that traces back to 1968 when Tim Dutton-Woolley founded the company. Dutton began its journey as a pioneer in the kit car industry, allowing car enthusiasts to assemble their vehicles at home. The brand’s initial offering, the Dutton Phaeton, quickly became a hit among DIY car builders, offering an affordable and enjoyable entry into car ownership and assembly.

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Dutton expanded its lineup, introducing several models that adhered to the kit car ethos, combining affordability with the pleasure of custom-built motoring. Dutton’s range evolved with models like the B-Type, Malaga, and Melos, each contributing to the brand’s reputation for producing robust, customizable cars suited for both everyday roads and the adventurous trails of off-roading.

In the current automotive landscape, Dutton has shifted its focus significantly. Since the late 1980s, the company has ventured into producing amphibious vehicles, a niche market that explores the dual functionality of cars capable of operating both on land and water. Dutton’s amphibious models, such as the Mariner, stand out for their innovation, showcasing the brand’s continued commitment to challenging conventional automotive boundaries and offering unique solutions for modern mobility challenges.

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