This is the history of Fiberfab according to company documents in our possesion

1951-1957 – Warren G. Goodwin manufactured replacement body panels, sun visors, cab enclosures, etc.
1957-1963 – Designed and build several models of kit cars, thereby founding the kit car industry.
1964 – Fiberfab Inc. formed and founded in California.
1964-1969 – Developed and marketed four different models to fit TR3, MGA, Austin Healey, VW, and a frame to utilize V8 components. Peak sales volume approaching $2,000,000 .
1969 – September, Founder passed away.
1969-1971 – Fiberfab tied up in estate and almost went under.
1971-1974 – Former Plant Manager, and Easter Distributor combine forces and salvage key molds. Started to Turn the company around.
1974 – November, A.T.R. Inc., A Pennsylvania Corporation acquired ownership of Fiberfab.

3 new models are introduced to bring the product line to 9 and 30 different power plant options. Presently developing other chassis applications as well as working with several organizations to develop batter powered electric drive vehicles. Also reworking older models to simplify assemblies.

Combined sales volume of parent and subsidiary  Fiberfab, 1976-1977 expected to be $12,000,000 to $15,000,000

According to company documents (See Attached) Fiberfab sold a combined 2541 units of the MIGI from 1979-1981 and projected additional 911 units in 1982. In addition they sold a total of 123 units of the Aztec 7 from 1979-1981 and projected an additional 30 units in 1982

1983 – Fiberfab Inc sells assets to their largest competitor, Classic Motor Carriage. Shortly after CMC stores almost all molds behind their Miami manufacturing facility never to be used again.


Fiberfab Inc History

Sales of the MIGI and Aztec 7