The DSL Spyder is a kit car that was produced in the 1970s.

The Spyder was not exactly a kit car in the strictest terms but a 'transformation kit' as DSL called it. The Spyder was quite an ugly car that involved replacing the Triumph Spitfire front-end with a new fibreglass front-end that was very reminiscent of a Dutton Phaeton. (DSL stood for Dutton Sports Ltd, an offshoot of Dutton).

The back of the car got the same treatment as the front. A new bootlid and back panel were supplied in order to enable a spare wheel to hang off the back.