The Corry Cultra was a kit car produced between 1983 and 1985.
The Cultra was born out of the demise of the Davrian, when the holding company went bust. Davrian was purchased by Will Corry who then adapted the Davrian into the Corry Cultra, which was intended to be a cheap entry into motorsport.
In contrast to the Davrian, the Corry Cultra didn't find many buyers and production only lasted 2 years with very few sold. The Cultra is based on the successful and proven Davrian fibreglass monocoque mid-engined design.
The Cultra was offered as a complete kit with just the engine and gearbox to be fitted by the owner. Typical fitments were Ford 1600 crossflow unit.
The Davrian was later to be resurrected as the Darrian, with further success to come.