Listair Cars (Dash)
Automotive manufacturer of Eardisley , Herefordshire from 1989 to 1994
Listair Cars from Wrexham in Wales made from 1985 to 1989 vehicles that were marketed as Dash.This was a British manufacturer of kit type automobiles .
The predecessor was the Pelland Sports of Pelland Engineering , later Graham cars .
Simon Parker In 1989, the company in Eardisley in the county of Herefordshire . With the support of Diane Parker, took over projects from Listair Cars and Minari Engineering . The production of automobiles and kits began. The brand names were Dash and MCA . Lawrence Harold Wilson was also director from 1993 at the latest. 1994, the production ended. In total, over 50 copies were made.
Dash: This model was the successor to the Dash of Listair Cars. It was an open roadster . Initially, a four - cylinder boxer engine from the VW Beetle powered the vehicle. From 1990 was also an engine of Alfa Romeo available. Special feature was the mid-engine . Dash made between 1989 and 1993 about 55 made .
The Dash Sports 600 was originally a small coupe from Minari Engineering. The basis was a ladder frame chassis from Jago Automotive . On it a body made of fiberglass was mounted. A two-cylinder engine from the Fiat 126 in the rear with 594 cc displacement propelled the vehicle. Dash also developed a convertible version.