Berkeley Sportscars Limited Edition

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Berkeley Sportscars Limited Edition

Berkeley Sportscars Limited Edition

Author: Clarke R

  • 9781855204317
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  • 2000
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During the early 1950s Berkeley Coachwork produced caravans and pioneered new techniques in fibreglass and lightweight sandwich construction. With a lull in production in 1955 Laurie Bond arrived with an idea of a new small sports car. In 1957 there were various improvements to the bodywork and a Sports Deluxe joined the range. As many cars were exported they were designed to be left or right hand drive from the start. At the 1958 Motor Show a Foursome was shown but ceased after only 22 cars were built. More power was required and in 1959 the 792cc Royal Enfield was used and in 1960 the Bandit arrived. The company, however, went into receivership in February 1961. This book tell the story of the classic sportscars from Berkeley. It contains road tests, model intros, driving impressions & history. Models include: 322cc Sports, 328cc Sports, 492cc Sports, 4-Seater, T60, T60/4, 500, B95, B105 Le Mans & Bandit. 100 pages, 250 illus. SB.


Publisher: Brooklands Books

Status: Out of Print (No Stock)

Number of pages: 100

Black & white images: 200

Binding: SBD

Language: English

Origin: HKG

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