Created by Frank Nichols for racing, the Courier was a quintessential English specialist car that married low weight, great handling and excellent performance in a low-cost package. However, Nichols sold the project to Trojan, who introduced an improved version of the Courier in 1962. In MkIII form, the Courier received a number of small changes to its chassis as well as a roomier cockpit. However, sales dried up following the Trojan takeover and after a final fling with a stylish coupé version, ceased production in 1968.
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