The Friskysport is a microcar convertible built by Henry Meadows (Vehicles) Ltd in 1958, and then by Frisky Cars Ltd from 1958 to 1961.
The Friskysport was revealed to the public at the 1957 Earls Court Motor Show held during October of that year, but full production did not commence until March 1958, about five months after its public debut. It was supplemented by the Frisky Coupe, essentially a coupe version of the Sport, not long after production began. Early versions of the car featured a separate chrome Reliant Sabre windscreen frame, overriders, and suicide doors. Soon after, in 1959, the Friskysport implemented the Frisky Family Three one-piece body as it became available. The rear-wheel drive Friskysport was fitted with a 324cc Villiers 3T twin-cylinder two-stroke engine capable of generating 16 bhp (12 kW) of power, which allowed the vehicle to reach speeds up to 65 mph (105 km/h). The car employed a leading arm Dubonnet system for front suspension, and featured shock absorbers for its rear. In addition, the vehicle also used a manual four-speed gearbox. The Friskysport rode on a wheelbase of 1520 mm, weighed 318 kg, and measured 2.86 m long, 1.41 m wide, and 1.2 m high.
A new example of the car could be purchased for £484 and 17 shillings in 1958.
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