Uncategorized | Fri, 31 Dec 2010 Posted by : Donnie
From the July 1980 Issue of Kit Car Monthly. The Boone Bug was built from a set of plans provided by Quincy-Linn Enterprises(Now RQ Riley) .
So much of WHO you are and WHAT you stand for is reflected in the type of car you drive. But for all the choice marks available, only a few carry the touch of personal attention. Their distinctive appeal is world renowned. And their price is part of the beauty of Fiberfab. Our models cost only a FRACTION of theirs because YOU are the final craftsman.
Fiberfab kit bodies are designed in the fine tradition of European Gran Touring cars. They can be installed in less than a day (another part of their beauty).Their aerodynamic styling significantly improves performance. And driving one puts you above the man transit doldrums in a world all their own.
Fiberfab- what a beautiful way to go.
**From a 1972 Fiberfab ad**
Who would not want a Fiberfab car after this cool ad? I certainly would have.
GP Concessionaires LTD Talon. I do not know much about the car other than what the ad says. Anyone have any info?
Dune Buggies | Tue, 28 Dec 2010 Posted by : Donnie
Another buggy from GP Concessionaires LTD.
Uncategorized | Mon, 27 Dec 2010 Posted by : Donnie
This letter was designed to entice sales reps to sell the fiberfab line. As the letter says…
“The Fiberfab field representative program was created to help Fiberfab promote our products on a more localized level. To bring our cars out of the pages of national magazines and make our cars visible in the marketplace”
Does anyone know if this is the same car that Elite Enterprises produced or are they different molds?
Fiberfab brochure from 1977