Fiero Factory Limited
Steve Briddon, Roy Morris and Terry Sands founded in 1990, the company in Birmingham in the county of West Midlands . They began in 1991 with the production of automobiles and kits . The brand name was Fiero Factory . Later, the company moved to Tardebigge in Worcestershire . On April 8, 2014, the company was dissolved. In total, about 2000 copies were created.
Belaro Berlinetta: , a replica of the Ferrari Testarossa , came from the USA and was only imported.This was there first model
The Fierossa : was the first own model. It was also similar to the Testarossa. The base was as in so many models of the company, the Pontiac Fiero . From 1991 to 2003 created about 85 copies.
Monza 308 : which resembled the Ferrari 308 , This sold around 135 units.
F 282: was available from 1995 on. This was similar to the Ferrari F 355 . From this model created about 400 .
Venom also appeared in 1995 and was similar to the Dodge Viper . Originally, Fiero Factory imported this Chevrolet Corvette- based model from the USA. But later they developed a standalone version based on the Ford Granada . Venom Sports Cars took over production in 2003.
MR 3 SS : visually corresponded to the F 282 , but was based on the Toyota MR 2 . From 1998 about 400 sold.
V 2: also appeared in 1998. It was similar to the Plymouth Prowler . The base was a combination of tubular frame, spaceframe and ladder frame. The body was made of fiberglass . The engines came from the Ford Granada. By 2003, about 20 copies were created.
Euro 427 Replica: was a replica of the AC Cobra and came on the market in 1998. Various V8 engines from BMW and Daimler AG powered the vehicles. Euro 427 Sports Cars continued production in the 2000s.
MR 4 T: was similar to the Ferrari F 40 . This was also based on the Toyota MR 2. From 1999, about ten kits sold.