This book consists of articles from Wikia. Pages: 143. Chapters: Front wheel drive sports cars, Grand tourers, Jensen vehicles, Lotus Seven replicas, Muscle cars, Rally cars, Roadsters, Sevenesque vehicles, Sports car racing, Sports sedans, Sport compact cars, Berkeley cars, Ford Probe, Front-wheel drive, Grand tourer, Jensen Motors, Caterham Cars, Westfield Sportscars, Chevrolet El Camino, Muscle car, Ford Anglia, Ford Capri, Ford Cortina, Ford Escort, Ford Fiesta, Ford Ka, Ford Model B, Ford Pilot, Ford Puma, Ford RS200, Ford Taunus, Ford Zephyr, Hillman Imp, Mini, Toyota Corolla, Ford GT, Panther Kallista, Roadster, Triumph Roadster, Ford Probe, Hot hatch, Sport compact, Toyota Corolla, Grand tourer, Austin-Healey Sprite, Bond Equipe, Clan Crusader, Daimler 'New' Drophead Coupe, Daimler SP250, DeLorean DMC-12, Ford Capri, Ford GT, Ford RS200, Grand tourer, MG Midget, Noble M12, Sports car, Supercar, Vauxhall Firenza, Ford Fiesta, Pontiac G8. Excerpt: Berkeley Cars Ltd of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England produced small cars with engines from 322cc to 692cc between 1956 and 1960. In 1991 a new company, Berkeley Cars, was formed to restore original cars and in 1993 they started to build complete T60 models..This business had ceased however by 2005. The company produced designs by Laurie Bond in the Berkeley Coachworks factory, managing director, Charles Panter who had been making caravans from glass fibre. The first cars were exhibited at the 1956 London Motor Show. Seven main models were made with several variations. Production stopped in December 1960 when the company went into liquidation .An attempted merger with Bond Cars come to nothing. The factory was later used by Abbess Office Furniture and Kayser Bondor to make women's underwear, but it has now been demolished and the site turned over to housing, One road is called Berkeley Close. SA328 fitted with a Honda CB400 super sport engine. The Sports, initially was produced as the SA322 type, was a glass-fi...This book consists of articles from Wikia.
|Title||:||Tractor & Construction Plant - Sports Cars|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2011-11-05|