I figured today would be a great day to post a few sites that our readers might find interesting.
Adams Probe – This is a great website if you are looking for any sort of information regarding the Adams Probe kit cars, as well as other variatons/manufactures of it. The website is owned by a gentleman who’s father had the manufacturing rights to the Probe back in the early 1970s. Check them out at www.adamsprobe.com
National Sterling – If you have, had or want a sterling or one of its family of cars (Cimbria, Sebring, Sovran) you need to look no further then www.nationalsterling.org . The website contains a forum for both US and UK owners, a registry, and more information on these cars than anywhere else on the web.
If you know of a website that our readers might enjoy feel free to send us a message and let us know about it.
Probe 16, Video | Sun, 01 Feb 2009 Posted by : Shannon Larratt
I know, it’s not really a kit car, but it might as well be. The Adams brothers produced a number of wild cars that I’m a big fan of — the completely mad Mantis XP (another car that I’d love to see a kit made of) — but the practically knee-height Probe 16 (the Imp Site has a great page on it) is arguably the wildest of the bunch. One of the Probes showed up on Top Gear a while back seeking restoration (it didn’t win), and they shot some great video of it that really show what a suberb car it was, and I’d like to share that here.
Before you ask, yes, I’ve called the owner of the Probe 16 in Canada and bugged him to let me splash a mold off of it. For now he’s not interested…
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