Dunsmore motor traction
Former Automobile Manufacturers Stretton-on-Dunsmore , Warwickshire .United Kingdom from 1984 to 1996
Dunsmore Motor Traction was a British manufacturer of automobiles from the mid 1980s to the 1990s.The brand name was Dunsmore .
Bill Hines founded the company in 1984 in Stretton -on-Dunsmore in the county of Warwickshire . He started producing automobiles and kits . 1996 ended the production. In total, about 14 copies were made.
The offer included roadsters in the style of the 1930s. They were based on Jaguar Cars vehicles and had a steel ladder frame. In a vehicle body frame made of steel tubing panels were plywood or steel mounted. The prototype drove a six-cylinder engine from Vauxhall Ventora on. This vehicle was in contrast to the following one rear axle from Austin Westminster . The majority of the vehicles were powered by a Jaguar engine. However, also are V8 engines of Rover and a six-cylinder engine with 4000 cc capacity of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars handed.
The Dunsmore Jaguar Special was a two-seat sports car by Dunsmore Motor Traction from Stretton-on-Dunsmore in England . The company manufactured between 1984 and 1996 about 14 vehicles, including some with Jaguar engine. The base formed a ladder frame. On a body frame of steel pipes were panels of plywood or steel mounted. The open roadster body style of the 1930s provided space for two people. A six-cylinder 3.8-liter engine from Jaguar Cars powered the vehicle. The transmission had four gears plus overdrive . The 13 "drum brakes came from the Jaguar XK 140 .