The Hensen M30 was a kit car produced between 1982 and 1990.

The M30 was a sturdy car to say the least. It was over engineered, possibly making it a heavy car. The Ford Granada provided all of the necessary donor parts and along with the comprehensive kit, it was all you needed to complete the M30. 

Styling was of the love it or loathe type, a definite wedge-shaped muscle car for the brave. The chassis was very strong and the fibreglass body was thick and was foam filled where needed. 

The Hensen M30 offered 2+2 seating and came with engine options up to big block American V8 (called the M70).

Ultimately only around 17 Hensens found homes which wasn't enough to keep production alive and it finally ceased after a few attempted revivals through the 80's and early 1990's.