Following the construction of the Chrysler powered Allard Dragster in 1960, and with it the birth of British drag racing, the Allard Dragon was conceived as an affordable ‘entry-level’ dragster.
It was designed to spread the growth of drag racing in Britain in the mid sixties, and was offered to customers in kit form and designed to house screaming supercharged ‘4 pot’ engines such as highly tuned 1500cc Ford Anglia units.
The car cost £645 as a complete set up and £245 without the engine, gearbox and axle.
It is believed that only one exists to this day.
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