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Trade for a Tractor: 1970 Fiberfab Valkyrie

It’s said that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. Yet this fiberglass beauty is certainly its own animal, and the car that inspired it surely needs no further praise. This is a 1970 Fiberfab Valkyrie, located in… more»

V8 Powered 1962 Fiberfab Jamaican

Here’s yet another one that has escaped my attention, a 1962 “Jamaican” kit body offered by a defunct company known as Fiberfab. I have to admit that I’m amazed at the number of former kit car companies that continue… more»

Rebodied 1967 Austin Healey: Fiberfab Jamaican!

Enthusiasts familiar with the lovely Austin Healey 3000 may do a double-take on the listing here on eBay advertising this car as a “1967 Austin Healey 3000 GT.” At first my brain was spinning; how could adding a roof… more»

1-Of-12: 1966 Fiberfab Banshee

Kit cars will always be a lucky dip when it comes to the vexing question of build quality. Sometimes the finished product can be stunning, while at other times, they can be pretty gruesome. This 1966 Fiberfab Banshee fits… more»

Chevy V6 Equipped Kit: Fiberfab Avenger

We’ve seen a few kit cars show up recently that have eschewed the typical formula of an exotic body over Volkswagen Beetle chassis in favor of installing built engines that live up to the body’s outward projections. This Fiberfab… more»

Grand National Powered: 1970 Fiberfab Avenger GT40

Kit cars are a fascinating segment of the vintage car marketplace, as they run the gamut of being near-production grade examples to absolute battle traps assembled in a privateer’s garage, with no limit on how many beers were consumed… more»

Alfa Carabo Concept Wannabe: 1981 Aztec 7

Some people like to stand out in a crowd and some people just like to stand out! Located in my hometown of San Antonio, Texas, this 1981 Aztec 7 Kit Car is the last thing that you would expect… more»

Inspired by Alfa: Fiberfab Aztec 7

Kit cars are a funny thing, as they are often conceived to serve as a replica of some slice of six-figure exotica that otherwise belongs in a museum. Take this Fiberfan Aztec 7: it was intended to resemble the… more»

Garage Find Kit Car: 1964 Fiberfab Jamaican

The Fiberfan Jamaican is one of the more notable creations from the legendary kit car company, mostly because of the incredibly sexy body that was typically mounted over MG, Austin Healey, or Triumph underpinnings. While the company was certainly… more»

Big Healey Kit Car: 1967 Fiberfab Banshee

With a name like Banshee, it has to be cool – right? That’s my opinion of this rare Fiberfab Banshee, which was meant to emulate the iconic Cobra Daytona coupes, which is a car very few of us are… more»

Alfa Showcar Replica: 1977 Fiberfab Aztec 7

The Fiberfab Aztec 7 was based on the Alfa Romeo Carabo concept car, which featured a V8 from the Tipo 33 race car. Like most things in the kit car world, despite mimicking the outrageous original design, the kit… more»

Flat Six Powered: 1966 Fiberfab Avenger GT12

This Fiberfab Avenger GT12 kit car is one of the outliers that’s actually built to a high level with a legitimate powerplant under the hood. Powered by a flat-six transplanted from a Corvair, the Avenger wears an average paint… more»

Driveway Find: 1964 Fiberfab Avenger GT

The Fiberfab Avenger GT is one of the better-looking kit cars of the era, bearing at least some resemblance to the iconic Ford GT40 it was meant to emulate. This particular example is a long ways from emulating anything… more»

Parked for 30 Years: Fiberfab Avenger GT Kit Car

This Fiberfab Avenger GT kit car has been holed up for 30 years, and fortunately, that seems to have been the best thing for it. I speak, of course, of the frequency with which kit cars in general end… more»

Sheep In Wolf’s Clothing: 1967 Fiberfab Avenger GT-12

We don’t usually think of kit cars when we discuss neglected classics, however one of our readers found one that’s worth a quick look. It’s a Beetle-based machine and it’s listed for sale here on craigslist in Hickory, North… more»

1 of 5 Original Molds? 1958 Fiberfab Centurion

This 1958 Centurion kit car by Fiberfab is claimed to be just one of five known to exist, and possibly the only unfinished example in the world. The Centurion kit is quite a bruiser when complete, riding on a… more»