C.C.C. (Cornish Classic Cars)
Automotive Manufacturer of Corsham , Wiltshire;United Kingdom from 1985 to 1988
Cornish Classic Cars was a British manufacturer of kit car type automobiles from the 1980s . The brand name was C.C.C. Cornish Classic Cars .
Jack Evans founded in 1985 the company Blackwater in Truro, Cornwall . He started producing automobiles and kits . In 1986, the company moved to Corsham in Wiltshire and later Redditch in Worcestershire continued to produce a model while maintaining its brand name until 1988. Total arisen only about eleven copies. By 1987 ended production
The Parisienne was the successor to the Siva Parisienne of Siva Engineering Sales Company from the 1970s. The vehicle was similar vehicles from around 1904. The base was the chassis of Citroen 2 CV . This model created between 1984 and 1987 about three copies.
The Osprey was similar to the Mercedes-Benz SSK . The basis was the Ford Cortina . Cornish Classic Cars produced this model from 1985 to 1987 and then Projects of Distinction until 1988. Altogether about eight copies were made.