Automotive manufacturer of Massachusetts,United States of America from 1963 to 1972.
Autodynamics Corporation is a company founded in 1963 by former racing driver Ray Caldwell, which until 1972 with the production of race chassis, tuning engines and the construction of racing cars for the amateur series Formula V , Formula Ford , Formula Super V , and racing cars with Chevrolet Motors dealt Avaliable as a complete car also in kit form to buy.
After its founding on 18 November 1963 Caldwell launched commercials in which the first concept of a race car for the Formula Vee. (The formular Vee used VW parts) . Caldwell drove himself in the first race. The first profit generated Auto Dynamics in 1967 at a production rate of 60 vehicles per year.
From 1970 there was a collaboration with the Dearborn Automobile Company from the same city.
In 1971, Detroit's "Big Three" reduced its support of motorsport. Dodge ended the contract with Auto Dynamics. The company went bankrupt. On July 7, 1980 Auto Dynamics was dissolved.
In addition to racing cars, the company also produced road vehicles. The deserter was a VW buggy . The 1967 presented Hustler was a sports car, the Lotus Elan was similar design. This was exclusively avaliable as a complete car or complete parts kit car not just the shell . The base was the chassis of the Volkswagen Beetle . The motors were from the air cooled Chevrolet Corvair , as well as Porsche and Volkswagen.