The B65 was announced in September 1960 to compliment the T60, B95 and B105.

They are bodily the same as late SE492 and shared some body panels with the T60, and were fitted with the 328cc Excelsior engine. Although logically these cars should have run from chassis number 1422 to 1520, it seems more likely that chassis numbers ranged from 1500 to 1520. Very few of these cars are known to exist and the ones that do seem to suggest a production run of about 20 cars or less.

All cars had the later SE492 type bodyshell, complete with the lower front right hand side bulge in the punt, to accommodate the larger 492cc engine. The type reference marked on the chassis plate is B65.

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