The 2+2 debuted at the 1966 Racing Car Show. Using moulded replicas of cut-down Mini doors, the glassfibre, monocoque, fast back styled bodyshell sold for 230 GBP and accepted standard Mini front and rear subframes on a square tube chassis.
After two prototypes were made production was taken over by Bill Last who formed Viking Performance of Woodbridge, Suffolk to make it and the car renamed the Viking Minisport. About 22 examples are thought to have been built before production ended in 1967. Viking Performance became Trident Cars in 1967, producing the TVR based Clipper car.
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