Sherwood Universal Vehicles
Sherwood Universal Vehicles was a British manufacturer of kit car automobiles .
Steven Beardsall, who also from Spartan Cars, founded in 1984 the independent company in Pinxton in the county of Nottinghamshire . He started producing automobiles and kits . The brand name was Sherwood . 1992 ended the production. Total originated about 310 units.
One model was the Sherwood . The base formed a ladder frame. Many parts of the Ford Cortina were used, along with fourteen separate fiberglass panels that formed the bodywork. The finished vehicle was a avaliable as pick up or enclosed 5 seater estate back with increased hold, so there were three and five-doors. From this model emerged from 1984 about 110 units.
The Starcraft was a six-wheeled motorhome with alcove based on the Sherwood . From 1986 about 200 copies were made.