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Roy Haynes (designer)

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Roy D. Haynes was a British automobile designer. Haynes worked for Ford where he was responsible for the design of the 1966 Cortina MkII. In 1967 he moved to BMC <ref name=Autocar1967>{{#if:

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Haynes was replaced as chief stylist of, what was by then, British Leyland in 1970 by Harris Mann.