Vulture (Vulrod Motors) Homesdale Motor Traders
Car manufacturer of Peterborough.Great Britain from 1970 to 1972.
Vulrod Motors was a British manufacturer of kit car automobiles in the 1970s .
Malcolm and Peter Craker operated the Homesdale Motor Traders workshop at Old Homesdale Road in Bromley in the London Borough of Bromley . Between 1970 and 1971, they produced automobiles and kits that they offered as Vulture .
Michael Jeffs founded the company in 1971 in Peterborough . He took over Homesdale Motor Traders and their vehicle production. The brand name remained unchanged. 1972 ended the production. In total, about 120 copies were made.
Kingfisher Kustoms offered the Kingfisher Kombat based on the Vulture between 1983 and 1991 under the Kingfisher brand .
One model was a VW buggy . The basis was a shortened chassis of the VW Beetle . Initially, a kit cost £170 .