ABS (Auto Build-up Services Limited)
Auto Build-up Services Limited was a British manufacturer of kit car replica automobiles from the 1980s.
The company produced replicas of the Lamborghini Countach . The base was a self-made chassis. Then a two-seater body was mounted. were Selects V6 - and V8 engines.
Jonathan Michael Homewood, who previously for Bright Wheel Replicas worked, founded the company on December 9, 1986 in Three Legged Cross in the county of Dorset . His brother Nick was also employed in the company. Carolyn Jane Homewood was also director. First, they supplied Broadbest with chassis . In 1988, the production of automobiles and kits began . The brand name was ABS . In 1991 the production ended. In total, about five copies were made.
One of the buyers was Alan Milford. He took over the project, founded Prestige Sports Cars in Ringwood and continued production with Nick Homewood between 1994 and 1995.
The execution Monaco had a Targa roof . In the year of introduction in 1988, a kit cost £ 6250 plus VAT , while the price of a complete vehicle is not known. By 1991, three copies were created. Successor was the prestige Monaco .
The Scorpion version was the coupe . A kit cost £ 5700 in 1988 plus VAT. By 1991, about two copies were created. Successor was the Prestige Denaro .