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c.1958 Falcon Shells 1100 Sport

Description

Falcon Shells was founded in 1956 by Peter Pellandine following his amicable split with Keith Waddington of Ashley Laminates. It was originally based at 23 Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey in Essex. There was also a showroom at 52 High Street, Epping. Pellandine retained the rights and tooling to manufacture the Ashley’s short wheelbase 750 and the Sports Racer which he sold as the Falcon Mark I and II respectively. The Mk II body was used on the 1956 Elva MkII.

From 1957 to 1959 Falcon’s were also manufactured in New Zealand by Falcon Shells (NZ) Limited. Pellandine had moved there in 1957, while continuing to operate his United Kingdom company. The New Zealand company ceased production in 1959 when Pellandine returned to the United Kingdom.

In 1958, a full kit version of the Mark 2, renamed the Competition, was launched. In 1959, an all-new model was added to the range. The Mark 3, later the Caribbean, became Falcon’s best selling shell.

This beautiful and rare sports racer is suitable for a number of events, a hugely enjoyable and unusual vehicle which merits closer inspection.

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Auction Fontwell House
Auction Date 12th September 2019
Day of Auction Day 1 - Thursday


lot details

Lot Number 133
Registration Number EU Registered
Chassis Number TBA
Year 1958
Make Falcon
Model Shells 1100 Sport


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