Ilinga was founded in Melbourne by Tony Farrell and Daryl Davies, and was located at 30 Beaconsfield in Melbourne, Australia.
Theor ultimate goal was to produce the four-seater supercar called the Ilinga AF-2, with a Rover 4.4 litre V8, showcased at the 1975 Melbourne Motor Show, but only two ever made it to production during their 1974 to 1975 history.
The word "ilinga" is an Australian Aboriginal term for "over the horizon".
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