356 Alternative: 1951 Devin Roadster

For anyone who has ever participated in amateur racing, whether as part of a track day at a local road course or via an SCCA group that hosts autocrossing events, you know that the range of hardware that competes… more»

Fiberglass Field Find: Devin Body

The physical deterioration of some project candidates will lead enthusiasts to place them in the “too hard” basket. However, some are so cheap they will leave potential buyers second-guessing whether they should accept the challenge of tackling a build…. more»

Rare Fiberglass Find: 1957 Devin Body

It isn’t every day that you come across something so unusual and rare that you just want it, no matter if it makes sense to take on. This Devin body might just be one of those finds that’s going… more»

Porsche Beater: 1960 Devin SS

A few weeks ago, I have the privilege of riding in a Devin D roadster, a car that rides two inches off the ground and is powered by a Porsche Super 90 engine. It was an absolute blast (the… more»

Let’s Go Racing! 1959 Devin D Porsche

The Devin was born of a fortunate confluence of passion and science. Race car driver Bill Devin spent the late 1940s and early 1950s racing and hot-rodding cars, most notably, a Crosley Hotshot. During the same time frame,  advancements… more»

Porsche Powered: 1959 Devin D

The wonderful thing about old race cars is that they were basically cheap, throwaway vehicles at one time, but now command a high premium due to scarcity. In rare cases, these glorified kits become even more desirable when equipped… more»

Corvette Based 1960 Devin Project

It is an interesting proposition, picking up a project that stalled early in the process. On the plus side, you’re not hampered by being halfway through someone else’s vision of the perfect car. But then, you might just be… more»

BF AUCTION: 1959 Devin V12 Special

UPDATE – Upon request, the seller sent us a video of the car driving on the street! The V12 sounds fantastic and it appears to run nicely. It might look like it was built by a company like Ferrari… more»

1957 Devin D 295 Prototype?

This 1957 Devin 295 roadster is claimed to be an early production version of one of Bill Devin’s first sports cars. While the “D” model is the one we tend to see come up for sale most often, the… more»

Genuine Racing Relic: Devin Drag Car

The fifties and sixties were a fantastic time to be a racer.  Advances were being made in almost every avenue of racing.  In the thick of it was Bill Devin.  Devin was an entrepreneur who began building fiberglass bodies… more»

Solid Interest: 1950 Crosley Devin

With a body by Devin Enterprises draped over a 1950 Crosley chassis and running gear, this 1950 Crosley Devin is an interesting looking car. It is a lightweight little vehicle that seems to promise the next owner plenty of… more»

French Connection: 1957 Devin Renault Special

Devins are sought after kit cars for a variety of their reasons, including heritage and rarity, but also because they were well-built kits back in the day. They utilized a variety of floor pans and engines, with some even… more»

Devin Blank Slate: 1959 SS Roadster

Over the years, I’ve grown to love the history and lore of Devin Enterprise – the plucky company started by Bill Devin in 1954, and considered to be a pioneer of the California sports car movement. Perhaps his greatest… more»

A Scaglietti Inspired Beauty!

With just 2 days to go, this rare fiberglass Devin from 1956 is up for grabs here on eBay now. With a newly race-built Triumph TR3 motor and needing only finishing touches, you’d better bid soon. The high bid… more»

Could Be A Prototype: 1958 Devin D

The seller of this Devin thinks it could be an early prototype or at the very least, a very early example of the D model. Given the lack of a VIN number, I’m not so sure about the claim…. more»

Corvette Powered: 1958 Devin Special

We’ve seen quite a few of these Devin kit cars over the years and while every single one of them is special, this one didn’t really catch my attention until I took a closer look at the ad and… more»