The Bond Equipe uses Triumph herald frame, powertrain, mechanical bits, windscreen and doors to get it up and down the road, but the fiberglass body was entirely produced by Sharp Commercials in Preston, Lancashire, UK. The fastback shape resembles a 1st gen Plymouth Barracuda that has been dehydrated and the full fiberglass front looks cool, if a bit kit-car-ish.
Under the foward hinged bonnet (and nose + fenders) is a 1.1 liter engine from a Triumph Herald rated at 63 horsepower and connected to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual gearbox. Steering and brakes are not power assisted, but the chassis should be light enough to perform okay with pure man power.
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