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Shelsley

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Shelsley Cars is the maker of The Shelsley T2, is a sportscar developed from the ground up, using years of top level competition experience, to provide ultra-safe handling and high performance, yet give the sort of road comfort levels many sportscars only dream about.


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Originally this car was created for the "Fast, but Getting Slower" hill climb driver, who demanded not only precise and sharp performance, but also a practical everyday all-weather car, that would suit Road or Track!

Quality of finish is absolutely superb, the body panels are manufactured in hi-grade composite with no flash lines and unlike many specialist handbuilt sportscars, the T2 is built with production car values. Featuring individual body panels all round, which can quickly and easily be fitted or replaced with just a few bolts, - with no major work involved!

(source: Shelsley)


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