Camber Maya Cars
Camber Cars was a British manufacturer of sports automobiles in the 1960s.
George Holmes, a Camber Sands agricultural engineer , and Derek Bishop of Greenwich , who previously led Heron Plastics , founded the company in Rye in 1966 and began producing automobiles. The brand name was Camber . The marketing was carried out by Checkpoint Ltd . 1967 ended production. In total, six copies were created. George Holmes turned to 1969 in his new company W. West Engineers in Camber Sands six more vehicles manufactured and marketed them as Maya .
The only model was the GT , presented in January 1967 at the London Racing Car Show . The base formed a tubular frame with subframe and four-cylinder engine from the Mini . The two-seater coupe body was made of fiberglass . The front headlights were illegally positioned low, so the sixth vehicle was modified in this regard.
Automotive manufacturer of Rye, Sussex.Great Britain from 1966 to 1967.