‘Lynx kit’ coming to market - sorta

Almost complete set of genuine fiberglass Lynx D-Type panels, mostly braced as bucks, plus frames, powertrain, suspension and hopefully a title depending on requirements if you do not already have an E-type donor vehicle.

By the mid 1980s Lynx alloy body kits were already over GBP100k plus donor car, and the company built a less expensive fiberglass proof-of-concept car. They used moulds taken from an existing alloy Lynx and the short nose car looked OK but the prototype frame didn’t handle too well. The project never got off the ground and Lynx soon after stopped making D-replicas.

An extra set of panels was made, including long nose parts, and these eventually formed the bucks for an alloy prototype made by Lightweight E specialist Brian Wilkinson for his own use but never finished before his death.

I bought the panels and have made myself a full long nose with the assistance of a skilled work UK craftsman, and recently finished off for me

by a superbly
talented young man in North Carolina who has the bucks. If you want to build your own personal replica not for profit, he would be able to assist you on your car which you are entitled to build for yourself.

For anyone keen to build a short nose, long nose or XKSS I would also be happy to help you with advice.

Some more pictures and info available privately by PM.



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Interested in this Peter. Pm sent