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A 1992 DRK Sports, registration number Q347 MPU, red.

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3,600 GBP
Shepton Mallet , .
A 1992 DRK Sports, registration number Q347 MPU, red. DRK Sports are traditionally constructed three wheeler kit cars which utilize Renault 4 or 5 engines and running gear. They resemble a Morgan F-Type or BSA and offer the motorist a fair turn of speed with good handling due to the car's light weight. This example, number 27 of 58 assembled, was constructed in 1992 and registered for the road in 1993. It is a well known car and attended Classic Le Mans in 2006 and appeared on the front cover of the club magazine DRKpers in the same year. The car has been in the vendor's custodianship since 2009 and has been well maintained during his and previous ownerships. The car is well equipped with a full tonneau and hood and the interior has a full instrumentation dashboard. There is a large history file accompanying the car contained within two ring binders with receipts, past MOTs, club magazines and general correspondence. This unusual small sports car passed its last MOT without any advisories and the vendor says the car has been great fun and always turns heads whilst on the road. V5C, MOT to February 2016 See illustration

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A 1992 DRK Sports, registration number Q347 MPU, red. DRK Sports are traditionally constructed three wheeler kit cars which utilize Renault 4 or 5 engines and running gear. They resemble a Morgan F-Type or BSA and offer the motorist a fair turn of speed with good handling due to the car's light weight. This example, number 27 of 58 assembled, was constructed in 1992 and registered for the road in 1993. It is a well known car and attended Classic Le Mans in 2006 and appeared on the front cover of the club magazine DRKpers in the same year. The car has been in the vendor's custodianship since 2009 and has been well maintained during his and previous ownerships. The car is well equipped with a full tonneau and hood and the interior has a full instrumentation dashboard. There is a large history file accompanying the car contained within two ring binders with receipts, past MOTs, club magazines and general correspondence. This unusual small sports car passed its last MOT without any advisories and the vendor says the car has been great fun and always turns heads whilst on the road. V5C, MOT to February 2016 See illustration

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Exmoor Hall
Bath and West Showground
Shepton Mallet
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BA4 6QN
United Kingdom

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