B.R.A. stood for Beribo Replica Automobiles.
They produced the Honda V-Twin CX500 powered BRACX3 Super Sports 3-wheeler, which was a modern interpretation the the classic 1930s Morgan 3-wheeler.
In 1996, David Wiles and James Mather bought the BRA name and designed the BRA CV3 (powered by a Citroen 2CV flat wtin, air-cooled 600cc engine) which was launched in March of 1998 and became an instant success.
Its body is sheet aluminum attached to a 16swg steel tubing chassis. Approximately 200 were made.
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