The Haldane HD300 was a kit car produced between 1988 and 1994.

This car is really the last Scottish car to be manufactured, ending a century of motor car production. The HD300 was a car designed to look like the Austin-Healey 3000.

These cars were sold either as a whole car made in the factory or as kits, which the purchaser could build himself. The company gave clear advice and instructions as to how to achieve the finished product and it was possible to build your own car this way. This was a way to own a sports car without having to take out a mortgage to pay for it.

The cars had galvanised chassis, GRP bodywork, Ford Sierra suspension and a Ford Pinto 2.0 litre OHC engine and gearbox.