Go-Kart Fun: 1958 Berkeley SE328

I could recount the entire history of the Berkeley Coachworks Company (headquarters: Biggleswade, England) – first using its expertise molding caravans from what we now call fiberglass, to making tiny sports cars that a few crazy people tried to… more»

Microcar Project: 1958 Berkeley SE328

Run by Charles Panter and located in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England, Berkeley Caravans was making glass-reinforced plastic (fiberglass) travel trailers in the 1950s. Having developed an alacrity with GRP but also suffering from the seasonality of trailer sales, Berkeley was… more»

Two for One: 1958 and 1959 Berkeley Roadsters

Now, you may have heard people say, “two cars, one price.” But have you ever heard, “two cars, one price, one garage space?” That’s what the seller of these two Berkeley roadsters is offering. The cars, a 1958 SE328… more»

Car Plus Trailer: 1957 Berkeley SE328

Berkeley Cars Ltd. was an English producer of sporty microcars and had a relatively short span in business – 1956 to 1960. One of their cars was the SE328, which stood for Sports Edition and the engine size (328… more»

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