Lightburn is an Australian manufacturer (generally, cement mixers, although they also made washing machines) who briefly entered the passenger car market in the mid-1960s with the oddly shaped Lightburn Zeta sedan.
The cars were launched to the market in 1963 at a starting price of £595. Production ceased in 1965 with the last vehicles sold in 1966 and total sales of less than 400 vehicles.
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