This Citroen and its owner traveled all the way down from the Orkney Island in Scotland to purchase a XJS expansion tank as the owner had just purchased a Jaguar XJS for his car collection.
He has had the vehicle for four years and has based the car upon a Citroen Dyane, It had a original 2cv engine which has now been modified.
The owner also owns a Jensen Interceptor SP, Jensen Healey and a TVR.
On Friday the 6th March there was a excitement around the David Manners premises as a unusual vehicle pulled up on our customer car park.
It has took the owner seven years to build from scratch and the idea for the car was based upon a Phantom F4 Jet which the owner had a fascination with from a child.
It is only the third time the car has been out on the road for a “Test” run.
The vehicle had pneumatic doors which opens from above. It also has a Jaguar V6 engine inside accompanied by a selection of various parts.
This is a one of a kind vehicle, the only resemblance is a Lakester (Pictured Above). In the future the owner is looking at giving it a spray of colour either in a dark red or black.
Last month The David Manners Group Attended, Mini Fair 2015 which was hosted by British Mini Club.
The British Mini Club were very proud to be celebrating there 16th year of the Mini Fair, Which is an indoor event held annually at the end of January. It is a winter highlight attracting thousands of Mini fans from all over the UK and beyond.
The Mini Fair is one of the most well established and well-organized National Mini Events of the year, with something for every enthusiast.