Parradine Motor Company PLC
Automotive manufacturer of Appleby, Lincolnshire; United Kingdom From 1987 to 1991.
Parradine Motor Company PLC was a British manufacturer of luxury sports automobiles .The brand name was Parradine .
John Parradine already manufactured between 1985 and 1987 with his company Deltayn Automobile. 1987, he founded Parradine Motor Company PLC in Appleby in Lincolnshire and began producing automobiles. In 1990, a vehicle was presented at the Geneva Motor Show with a more modern look car to the previous Deltayn Proteus model. plans to move the headquarters to France failed. By 1991, production had ended.
A total of only 25 vehicles emerged. But Founded in 1998, JJR Automotive used the same brand name and continued until 2005.
The main car model was called the Pegasus V12 by designer Richard Oakes. It was an open two-seater, which was touted as a modern interpretation of the AC Cobra . A grid frame formed the chassis . The V12 engine and transmission came from Jaguar with 286 hp and a top speed of 167 mph (267 km/h) . In 1990, the original price was a expensive luxury sports car at £90,000 .