Two options were offered the F28 Fairline with its sportier wider wheels-
and the F29 Claremont with lower power and enclosed rear wheels-
I’ve not been able to get too much information on these cars but the company didn’t last long closing its doors only 5 years later. its unknown how many were sold but they were built by Park Street Metal which would go on to build the Jaguar XJ220. The recession at the start of the 90’s probably had a major impact on what would have been a very expensive car, reportable £105,000 when new. Personally, I think like a lot of cars in the 90’s, it was a little bland with no real flare.
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