1959 Berkeley SE492 Roadster - $30,000

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The brainchild of Lawrie Bond and Charles Panther, the Berkeley sports car originated as an internal project within the Berkeley Coachworks Factory, a British manufacturer of caravans. Using glass-reinforced plastic technology, the little Berkeley microcars preceded Lotus' first production street car by nearly a year, and scored multiple awards in sub-750cc endurance racing.

This particular vehicle is a very early example within the SE492's production run of 666 cars.

Highlights

Stock No : BER-001
Year : 1959
Body : Roadster
Engine : 492cc two-stroke I3
Exterior : Silver w/ red stripes
Interior : Red
Mileage : 1,593 Miles
Transmission : Manual
Location : Tomini Gallery - Dubai

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