Though not one of the most recognized British marques, Dellow has a dedicated following among knowledgeable enthusiasts. These spry and stylish cars are widely admired for their excellent performance. Never a large manufacturer, Dellow's innovative nature is shown in the fact that its chassis tubes were made of rocket tubes from WWII fighter planes and mortar launchers without their fins!
This Dellow has only traveled 28,000 miles from new and still carries its original Ford 100E engine and three speed transmission. It was the actual car tested by Motor Trend for their September, 1956 issue. It has been mechanically restored but all upholstery, side curtains and soft top are totally original to the car.