The Frisky Bug was a prototype microcar built in 1956.
"Bug" was not it's official name but it gained this due to its looks. It was used as a prototype test bed for the development of the Gull Wing to be unvielled in 1957 at Geneva.
The car was brought around due to the actions of Raymond Flower and Gordon Bedson.
This car the first Frisky prototype built in the back room at the Meadows factory. It was built by Kieth Peckmore (a young project engineer who had worked with Bedson at Kieft).
The prototype body was made from aluminium.
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