The Sabra has brothers and sisters. (24/05/08 ) Back 

Glenn Abbey (USA) drives: a "Sussita"
Separate chassis, glassfiber bodywork and Ford Cortina engine, "Sabra"-logo.
Glenn looks for data, spare-parts, companion-owners.

Tony Heath provided me with an excellent picture of his coupe
See also:
David Pooles'  GTE SE5
Then there's the GTC (Marc Wilson's) Grand Tourer Convertible Known as SE8b, made from 1980 to 1986, 442 made, engine Ford Cologne 2.800cc, some with 4 speed manual with overdrive on 3rd & 4th gears, some with 3 speed Auto gearboxes, top speed 119 mph, Cruciform pressed steel welded chassis with the last 100 or so galvanised, fibreglass body with Happish hood and removable fibreglass fully trimmed hard top with heater rear window

And Dietmar Dierks'
My opinion the best-looking car ever produced by Reliant; not taking account of the Sabra off course.

Gregor's SS1

Gregor & SS1, The SS1 was made we presume in a 1300cc and a 1600cc version
To find more about Gregor and his SS1, etc.

Erik Hofmans' SS1: picture taken in Hillegom 21/04/2001 Dutch RSSOC-meeting.
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Marleen is very proud of her Sabre, it takes her to work every day.
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