The Buckler Mark XVI was a 2-door roadster kit car produced in 1950.
The Mark XVI was a long-wheelbase version of the Buckler Mark XV. It has a two-door, two-seater roadster body. The chassis was 96 inches long with the empty car being 1287 lb. The Mark XVI had rack and pinion steering, drum brakes were fitted to the front and rear as standard.
The Mark XVI was fitted with a front-mounted 1245cc (76 cu in) OHV BMC A-Series engine. The engine had a maximum power output of 55 hp. Power was transferred from the engine through a four-speed manual gearbox to the rear wheels.
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