Made in 1969 by the Adams Brothers, the Probe 16 was a outrageously styled car, of which only 3 were made. It was known in Stanley Kubrick's 1971 film A Clockwork Orange as the Durango 95, the vehicle that carried our anti-hero Alex and his Droogs into the night to play "hogs of the road", finally taking them to the novelist's house and the famous Singin' In The Rain scene. The car then drifted into obscurity for all but a few anorak petrolheads. It would reappear in 2004 as one of the voting choices in Top Gear's segment Restoration Rip Off. It was joined by a Chrysler once owned by Keith Moon, the Queen's Land Rover, a Lotus 10 ordered by (but never delivered to) James Dean and Paddy Hopkirk's first racing Mini Cooper, which eventually won the voting. Click to watch the Top Gear segment on the Probe 16 As any Top Gear fan knows, the Probe 16 wasn't chosen for restoration, and even if it had been we'd never have seen it, we never did get to see the results of the restoration of the Hopkirk Mini. So where is the Probe 16 from A Clockwork Orange now? Has it been restored, or does it remain in that English lockup, rotting away still?