• United States

Fiberfab was one the longest-living kitcar companies. Its first original design model was the Aztec released in 1964. This low and angular coupe was based on Volkswagen Beetle. The convertible version named Azteca was released a year later. A version with a longer nose was named Aztec II. In 1967 Fiberfab introduced the Avenger model resembling Ford GT40. Later, the Valkyrie model used an Avenger body, steel tube frame, and Chevrolet V8 engine. The Caribee model featured gull-wing doors and was based on MG/Triumph. It was replaced by the Jamaican model in 1968. The Fiberfab model line-up also included Centurion, Vagabond buggy, Liberty SLR, and Aztec 7.