1957 Turner 950

The Turner 950 Sports was a limited production special produced in the late 1950s to mid-1960s. It was built by Turner Cars in Wolverhampton, England with approximately 150 examples built. In 1959, the Turner 950 won the Autosport Championship.

The Turner 950 was an affordable lightweight sports car that was built to be driven on the street and on the race track. It had a conventional ladder frame with fiberglass bodywork and components sourced from various British production cars. Power was from a four-cylinder engine displacing 948cc and offering 43 horsepower.


By Daniel Vaughan | Jul 2016

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Jack Turner established Turner Sports Cars Ltd. near Wolverhampton, England in 1949. Shortly thereafter he was joined by John Webb who served as co-director of the company and aided in the handling of finances. Webb stayed with the company until 1960. In the mid-1950s, the company relocated to Pendeford Airport where they stayed until the companies demise in 1966. The Turner automobiles....
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