A compelling kit-built Scottish replica of the Austin-Healey 100M, the initial versions of this vehicle featured a box section chassis and Vauxhall Chevette suspension. However, the definitive 1991 Mk II model boasted a steel backbone chassis with a stressed fibreglass bodyshell, available in either 100 or 3000 styles. The Mk II also incorporated mostly Ford Sierra components, with options for Sierra, Pinto, or Toyota twin-cam engines.
Just before PILGRIM took over production, the vehicle successfully obtained Low Volume Type Approval, signifying its compliance with regulatory requirements. This Scottish replica of the Austin-Healey 100M stands out for its attention to detail in replicating the iconic design of the original Austin-Healey, while also incorporating modern components for improved performance and reliability. With its combination of classic aesthetics and updated engineering, this kit-built replica offers a unique driving experience for enthusiasts of the Austin-Healey 100M model.