Beaujangle Enterprises Limited
Beaujangle Sales Limited , previously Beaujangle Enterprises Limited , was a British manufacturer of automobiles in the 1970s .
Nik Sandeman-Allen and Phil Smith founded the company Beaujangle Enterprises Limited in 1971 in Manchester . They started importing kits from the USA . The following year, together with Kendrick Gough, they founded Beaujangle Sales Limited . The production of automobiles and kits began. The brand name was Beaujangle. 1973 ended production. Lemazone from Leigh continued production between 1985 and 1987. In total, about six copies were made.
T-Bucket: This kit was imported and found between 1971 and 1972 about five buyers. He is described as a little extensive and cost only £30 . The finished vehicle represented a hot rod . A vehicle received a V8 engine .
Can-Am : This vehicle was based on the shortened chassis of a VW Beetle . On an open two-seater body was mounted, which removes a race car of the Can-Am was similar. The kit cost £150. For a surcharge, a hard top with doors was available. Six vehicles were created.