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Aeon

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Aeon was founded in 2000 by John Hewat and Keith Wood to design and build a three-seater road/track car.

John and Keith have a wealth of experience between them. John comes from an engineering background, serving his apprenticeship with the M.o.D. In his early years he built and raced karts and trials cars, and for the last 17 years has prepared cars and competed in sprints and hill climbs. Keith started his career as an apprentice in a drawing office, but for the past 18 years has owned and run a company that manufactures specialist off-road, amenity, agricultural and four-wheel-drive vehicles.


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Aeon Sportscars logo.

Aeon's first road car was completed and shown at the Exeter Kit Car Show in November 2003. Since then the Spider version has been completed and an additional model "The Blaze" has been introduced.

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Georg Plantenga3181 days ago

Great!!!

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