Ariel Motor Company
Two-seater sports car built in England. Site features history, photos, and company information.
Fan site dedicated to Berkeley cars.
Bolwell Car Club Of Australia
These sports cars were built in Melbourne Australia, during the 1960s. Models, links, history, member showcase and merchandise.
This site provides information and news about the automobiles built by Clenet Coachworks of Santa Barbara, CA during the late 70's and early 80's.
Crossley Motors, England
Crossley Motors manufactured cars, buses and trucks between 1904 and 1958 from their factory in Manchester, England.
Gardner Douglas Sportscars
Kit Car Manufacturer
Grinnal Specialist Cars
Manufacturers of the Scorpion III, Trike and Scorpion IV.
One man's creation of a street-legal hybrid of an Indycar and a motorcycle. Includes its history, a picture gallery, plans and specifications, awards and links.
JPR Cars, Ltd
Builders of Gatsby Cabriolets and Griffins. Each car is unique.
Jösse Car AB
Makers of the Indigo 3000, a European sports car.
Builders of mini bars, snack bars, mobile grills, mobile milk and meat trade vehicles, short term food products transportation and for temporary living and tourism. English and Russian translations.
Malley Industries Inc
In New Brunswick, Canada. Makes ambulances, mobility vehicles, squads, mobile labs, and trailer conversions.
Marlin Cars Ltd.
Makers of the British sports cars.
Matthews Specialty Vehicles
Manufacturers of bookmobiles, bloodmobiles, law enforcement units, mobile medical units, and other specialty vehicles.
Official factory site. Information on road and racing cars, articles, images, sounds, and movies of McLarens in action.
Noble Moy Automotive
The Noble M12 GTO supercar
Panoz Auto Development Company
Founded in 1989, Panoz has been producing sporty U.S. government compliant vehicles since 1992.
A specialty automotive vehicle designer and manufacturer (both English and Italian versions).
Makes special vehicles including trams, trolleys and buses.
Trihawk Home Pages
History and a great deal of information and photos on the Trihawk, a 1980s three-wheeler made in Los Angeles using a Citroën drivetrain, and Renault suspension.
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