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pages will show you Bucklers
sorted by registration and reference types,
or previous owners or any other identifying features.
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Many Bucklers were designed to conform with the 1172cc
formula. This class of racing required the vehicle to be
registered for the road, indeed, at one time the car had
to be driven to the race meeting. There are rumours that
this rule was occasionally bent and some cars would be
transported most of the way from the works and then off
loaded and driven around the corner to the racetrack
gates. Bucklers works cars were [nearly] always driven to
the track, my father, Keith Ambrose often being employed
to drive cars to meetings, The Karts of course were a
different story. Click here to see the
Works Kart Transporter
This will take you to Malcolm Buckler's Kart site.
Bucklers were designed to use all sorts of engines. There
was the DD2 fitted with a V twin Vincent engine and
not forgetting the Buckler designed for the Lincoln V12
Bucklers were pure racing cars and were never registered
for the road. A few have been discovered that have never
been completed and even one that the original owner never
even started to build. Some have changed countries, some
have been re- registered. Buckler Cars produced many one
off chassis' and prototypes.
As you can
see identification can sometimes be interesting.
The register has a large amount of historical
documentation which can be used to identify spaceframes
and cars. Here is the list current
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any cars that aren't listed ?????
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