Allied Industries International
Automotive manufacturer of Michigan City , Indiana.United States from 1967 to 1987.
XL 100 kit car
Allied Industries International Inc. was an American manufacturer of kit car automobiles .
The company was initially based in Fremont , Nebraska . in 1967 began production of cars and kit cars . With an extensive range of models, the company was in the kit-car industry quickly known. The brand name was Allied Industries . followed in 1983, the company moved to Michigan City in Indiana . The company was registered there on May 17, 1982. 1985, the production ended. On December 31, 1987, the company was dissolved.
One division of the company was Sportsland Unlimited based in Lincoln , Nebraska. Meanwhile, work was in Odell , Nebraska.
AC cobra kit car
The offer included about twelve different models. Some were replicas . Among the role models were AC Cobra in the versions 289 and 427 , Bugatti , Cheetah , Ford GT 40 , MG TD and Porsche 356 Speedster .One of her own designs was a tricycle. Another model was a minivan on a chassis of Volkswagen . With the combination gasoline engine and electric motor , it was a hybrid electric vehicle .
The model CRV of the division Sportsland Unlimited was a replica of the AMT Piranha of the AMT corporation . There was also a VW Buggy .
Automotive kit car history