The Buckler Mark V was two-seater a kit car that was produced between 1949 and 1955.
The Mark V was fitted with the 1172 cc Ford 100E side-valve engine. The engine comes in a state of mild tune being fitted with twin SU carburettors. The gearbox is a 3-speed Buckler close ratio unit. The suspension is by a single transverse leaf-spring at each corner. The front suspension is Buckler independent split-axle type. The standard brakes are rod operated drums.
It has a tubular space-frame style chassis (which was 1,981 mm) was mated to an aluminium body. The weight of the cars is around 9.5 cwt with them reaching a top speed of around 80 to 85 mph.
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