Questa vettura sportiva è stata prodotta tra 1954-1955. Sulla base della trasmissione vero coraggio della Triumph TR2 è stato affidabile e unico. Its parent company was once owned by Jaguar but sold to a “British Investment” company in 1945. Its name was a play on words of American Car dealer Dorothy Deen.
Solo 276 sono state prodotte. Its tubular frame work was of Reynolds 531 aluminum. The body was made of steel inner panels with hand made aluminum skin. The sexy shape was styled by Frank Rainbow. They were assembled at the The Airport,Walsail Staffordshire England. Its light weight and robust Triumph TR2 mechanics made fro a top speed of over 100 mph.
Production stopped in 1955 when the parent company changed policy. Allegedly, pressure from the British motor industry, most notably Jaguar itself, led to the cessation of production of this rare roadster. It is thought that the board of directors felt it was a conflict of interests to use the raw materials for such a low production car. Like the Tucker this car would fall victim to politics. A casualty of its own forward thinking..Only 276 were built. Che cosa Auto è presente??