The Turner Sports Car Company near Wolverhampton, England produced fiberglass bodied sports cars from 1951 thru 1966. The arrival of the Sports Mk 1 featured substantial revisions to the body and chassis. This particular car features the BMC 948cc engine with twin SU carbs. The transmission is a BMC 4 speed with synchro on 2nd thru 4th gears. This car has rack & pinion steering, roll bar and an ATL fuel cell. The car is qualified to run in all VSCCA events. While the car has not run recently, it has performed well in the past. In 1997 the car finished 3rd in the Pittsburgh GP and while run in that event, it posted the quickest lap time of the race. In that same year, this car came in 1st place at Mont-Tremblant in Canada. The car is sold in full race trim and would make a great introduction to vintage racing for a new driver looking to enter the sport for a reasonable price.