The Buckler Mark X was a kit car that was introduced in 1950.
It was fitted a Ford E93A side-valve engine with a capacity of 1172cc and the running gear from the Ford 10. The suspension was normally independent at the front end. An optional extra was close ratio gears and a high final drive.
The Mark X was a closed coupe that seats three abreast and has a boot which is of a good size. The "works" bodies were made of aluminium which was beaten into wooden moulds. The chassis is a space-frame of light wall chrome molybdenum tubes. The chassis measured 2388 mm in length.
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