Originally built in 2004 using a paul banham body conversion kit on a 1991 rover metro gti.
correctly registered as a banham coupe
i purchased in 2009 and have reworked the body and mechanics over a 10 year period
2010/11 fitted mgf 1.8cc engine gearbox sub frame, heating system suspension, brakes (160 ap)and wiring loom
full leather interior with 2+2 seating (small children in the back
rear seat folds forward to access boot area or storage of targa roof panel
central locking 2 remotes/keys
electric windows and power steering
banham dash upgrade with mgf instruments/centre console
targa removable roof
underbody/interior cruise lighting on slave battery in the boot with own charging system
lotus elise wheels
new kenwood stereo with cd multi changer
talon sports exhaust(no cat)
machined wheel spacers and individualised suspension spheres all round
magazine featured in mgtf register and in tkc nov/dec 2018
it is believed only 6 of these kit were ever completed and i have not seen one for many years
great advertising promotional potential proms, weddings kids parties super hero events comicon
as with many kit cars there is always room for improvement and upgrades
includes b7 bat registration
now looking for new super hero owner
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