Automotive Manufacturer of Wooburn Green , Buckinghamshire; Great Britain from 1987 to 1988.
Britton Hazelgrove was a British manufacturer of kit car automobiles in the 1980s.The brand name was Britton Hazelgrove .
Bruce Hazel Grove, previously at Lyncar Engineering worked, founded the company in 1987 in Wooburn Green in the county of Buckinghamshire . He started producing automobiles and kits .By 1988 the production ended with only a few copies made .
The model was called the Hazelgrove . The vehicle was similar to the Lotus Seven of the first generation. The base was the chassis of the Triumph Herald . Then an open two-seater body was mounted,Unlike many replicas this was partially made of aluminum . A four-cylinder engine was mounted in the front of the vehicle and powered the rear axle.