This van was first registered on the 3rd of August 1949. The Reliant was founded in 1935 by two former Raleigh employees to produce three wheel vans (formely produced by Raleigh). The last Sussex owner since 2011 said that this quaint three wheeler was originally owned by the Co-Op, note the CWS drivers mat. In running order & used for various events over the last few years, fitted with uprated 12volt electrics for reliability. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration document, retaining its original, transferable registration number of DTY 135, is registered under the 'Historic Vehicle' class for free road tax & is MOT exempt.
The BN1 was built under licence by B&N plastics from Reliant Motor company after they ended Robin production in 2001, only 30 vehicles were produced in the space of around 18 months. These cars have.....
Really rare now original Reliant Robin Mk2
one owner from new
83k on clock , but looks and runs like a lot newer car
very clean and original
only few left , one of the strongest and most practical.....
One of the rarest Reliant a good original mk2 Robin van
one of the only ones on the road .
very practical light commercial , last owner built his house with this van .
just had the galvanised chassie.....