Berkeley Developments Motor Company
Car manufacturer of Langley Hill , Nottinghamshire;Great Britain from 1991 to 2002.
Berkeley Developments , previously Berkeley Motor Company , was a British manufacturer of replica automobiles from the early 1990s to the early 2000s .
Anthony Argyle founded the company Berkeley Motor Company in 1991 in Syston , County Leicestershire . He started producing automobiles and kits . The brand name was Berkeley , based on the historic manufacturer Berkeley Cars . Dave Ratner took over the company in 1996, renamed it Berkeley Developments and relocated to Langley Hill , Nottinghamshire . Overall, emerged about 13 copies. By 2002 ended the production.
The first model Bandini was a replica of the Berkeley T 60 . It was a tricycle with a single rear wheel. The four-cylinder engine came from the Mini . By 2002, about seven copies were made.
The Camerotta was inspired by the British Motor Corporation 's ADO 35 prototype . It was a small open sports car in the style of MG Midget . Between 2000 and 2002, about six vehicles were created.
In addition, the company produced in the early 1990s replicas of the Lamborghini Countach on the chassis of the VW Beetle .