Tyler Industrial Moldings Limited
Carmakers manufactured Kent.Great Britain from 1994 to 1998.
Tyler Industrial Moldings Limited was a British manufacturer of replica kit car automobiles in the 1990s. The brand name was Tyler .
1994 Sheridan Bowie founded the company in Hoo in the county of Kent . They started producing automobiles and kits . 1998 ended the production.
The 289 was a replica of AC Cobra and was taken over by BRA . An open two-seater body was mounted on the chassis . Various engines up to the V8 engine were available. A total of about 480 copies of the model were produced by BRA and Tyler Industrial Moldings.
The SP 350 Replica was similar to the Daimler SP 250 . The chassis of the 289 was extended. Many parts, including the four-cylinder engine , came from the MG B . In 1998, a kit cost 4000 pounds . In the year the production ended first. David Manners Limited continued production from 2001 to 2004, but the brand name is not known. In total, about five vehicles of this model were created.
In 1997, the Brooklands model was presented on a show. It was a slightly reworked version of Calvy Mitchel by Calvy Motors . It was a roadster in the style of the 1930s. Although offered until 1998, the vehicle remained a one-off.