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Berkeley Reviews

Berkeley diversified into tiny glass fibre sportscars designed by Lawrence Bond (of Bond car fame) after years of  caravan manufacture. Twin-cylinder motorcycle engines powered these lightweight machines; the 50bhp B105 of 1959 could top 100mph. The most successful was the three-wheeled T60, of which 1830 were built between 1959 and 1960. However, the company went bankrupt in 1961, although a new incarnation of it built a handful of T60s in the 1990s, using motorcycle engines.

Good: Light and economical, cheap to buy and work on
Bad: Not really a practical proposition on modern roads
Good: Fun, and not as scary on three wheels as you might think
Bad: Not for the faint hearted
 

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