Aleat Tripacer (Classic Car Panels)
Classic Car Panels was a British manufacturer of kit sports automobiles .
Dicky Dawes founded the company in 1992 in Frome , County Somerset . He started producing automobiles and kits . The brand name was Aleat . In the same year the production ended for the time being. 1996 production was resumed. Now the trade name was Tri-Pacer . In 2001, the production finally ended. Overall, emerged only about 25 vehicles.
Aleat: Under this brand name, there was only one model. The base was a chassis by Kougar Cars . An open two-seat body made of aluminum was mounted thereon. Engines from Jaguar Cars powered the vehicles. Kits cost 12,000 pounds . Only two copies were created.
Tripacer: The Tripacer without model name was based on a modified chassis of the Citroën 2 CV . It was a tricycle with a rear single wheel. The open body was made of aluminum. This model found about 18 buyers.
The model Somerset was similar, however, four-wheeled and had a narrow gauge in the rear. Of these, about five pieces were created.