1969 Davrian Mk8 Sports -
Built by the UK Co Davrian Developments between 1965 and 1983, and co-designed by the F1 racing driver Mike Parkes. The early 1965 two seater model was powered by an 875 or 998 cc alloy engine, based on a Coventry Climax design, as used in the Hillman Imp saloon. By 1967, and renamed the Davrian Demon, this fibreglass-bodied kit car was now powered by a variety of engines including the Mini's 848 cc and Ford Fiesta's 1600 cc units. It was popular amongst amateur rally and race enthusiasts.
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