The Buckler Mark VI was a 2-seater roadster kit car built between 1950 and 1955.
The Mark VI was a longer version of the Buckler Mark V, it had a 80-inch (2,032 mm) wheelbase. There was 10 in of ground clearance and the Mark IV had an empty weight of 1204 lb. Drum brakes were fitted as standard at both the front and rear of the car.
The Mark IV was fitted with a 72 cu in straight-four side-valve engine which was mated to a four-speed gearbox. Power was transmitted from the engine to the rear wheels. The engine produced 37 hp at 5200rpm.
The cost of a car was £450 when new.
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