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Turner Sports (1959 - 1966)

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Mark 2 Ford powered 1640cc

reviewed by Anonymous on 21 October 2018
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Overall rating
4
How it drives
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Fuel economy
3
Running costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
3
Experience at the garage or specialist
2
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
3
Overall reliability

Different from standard British small sports cars

Actually bought the car in 1979 and had to revert it back to kit form as it had been in a garden for ten years. The mechanical parts where easy to obtain or restore. Standard triumph front suspension and A35 rear axial. Ford pre cross flow engine and gear box. The inner steel I had to replace this supports the fibre glass shell both of which are now available thanks to the car club.chassis is bomb proof and never a problem. Driving is swift and rattling due to our roads. With the state of tune and whole car weighing twelve cwt that's 800 kilos it can see off cars in its class. Ie midgets sprite spitfire. If you every have a chance to buy one don't be put off by condition as every thing is available.

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