Welcome to britishbuiltcars.co.uk - the only website to list, in detail, not just every known car, van and motorbike, but other specialist vehicles, currently* made in the UK!
Although cars make up the vast majority of listings, the site now contains details on motorbikes, go-karts and specialist vehicles, including some military ones. Also one van! We are now embarking on the next phase of our expansion by including commercial transport, starting with Buses, the eventual aim being to create the 'Top Gear Mall Effect'.
Our Video Library contains 321 searchable videos and the site also features links to 85 car/motorbike/van reviews by the leading motoring press.
The website contains over 90 manufacturers, making more than 200 different models, from large volume producers to small companies building just a handful of vehicles a year. Each listing contains a direct link to the manufacturer. Thank you for visiting our website.
*Some models may be in a pre-production stage, with a register of interest and/or orders being taken.
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- Published on Dec 4, 2018. I joined the TV personality Ant Anstead's company Dowsetts Classic Cars at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, to see what their brand new car the Comet can do and boy, it can do a lot! A huge thanks to Dowsetts Classic Cars for inviting me up, if you want to learn more about them, check them out: Website: dowsettscars.co.uk Twitter: @DowsettsCars Instagram: @dowsettsclassiccars Subscribe to FTD: http://bit.ly/2bmft7d
- Published: Oct 29, 2019. Exciting stuff from Autocar today as we try some modernised classics - restomods, if you like. This isn't a conventional group test, because the three cars we've assembled all do very different things. The Alfaholics GTA-R is an Alfa Romeo 105-series coupe that has seen the mother of all makeovers. With 240bhp and weighing just 840kg, its power-to-weight ratio is some 290bhp/tonne (hence the name) and fully seam welded, with carbonfibre panels and bespoke engine and gearbox internals and suspension, it's a true track car. The Jensen Interceptor R by Jensen International Automotive is more road car than track car. But don't think that this reworked Interceptor is slow: JIA has squeezed a supercharged Chevy LSA engine under the hood, making more than 550bhp. But, as we'll see, it may be more cruiser than sports car. Sitting somewhere between the two, in ethos, is a Porsche 911 modified and modernised by renowned specialists Tuthill. They'll do almost anything you want to a 911 but here they've taken an early 70s 911 E and made it all-round lovelier. It's a terrific blend of road and track performance. The base for our test is Llandow circuit in Wales so join our testers James Disdale, Matt Prior and Matt Saunders as they try these three brilliant reimagined classics. New videos are uploaded to Autocar each week. Don't miss a single one. Subscribe now: http://smarturl.it/autocar