The Piper GTT was made by Piper between 1968 and 1974.
The car featured a GRP shell with a tubular chassis. Usual powerplant was the Ford Cortina 1600GT unit although a Triumph engine was also used.
The Piper GTT was designed by Tony Hilder and commissioned by racing driver George Henrotte. The sensational styling inspired Brian Sherwood to put the car into kit production under his companies name of Piper. Initially the cars sold well but fell victim to the imposition of VAT on kits and the 1973 oil crisis.
That small sunroof is a much needed addition as the side windows don't open.
A total of 150 cars were made, of which only about 43 are known to have survived. The car featured a GRP shell with a tubular chassis.