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About 25 years ago I founded “The Burlington Motor Company Limited” in a railway arch in Leamington Spa, England. We designed and manufactured a 1930’s style sports car body that we sold to customers worldwide.

About a year later I came up with the idea of designing a car body that could be built entirely  from a set of low cost plans, thus eliminating the need for enthusiasts to purchase a kit of parts. 

The Burlington Arrow was born. 

Our customers would build their own Arrow using a Triumph Herald as the base vehicle and end up with a truly individual sportscar with the satisfaction that it was all their own work. There had never been anything quite like it before in the world of home built cars and sales of Arrow plans went way beyond expectation. In total over six thousand sets of Arrow plans were sold, and it is estimated that over 500 cars were built. The Burlington Arrow is now a true “Classic Car” in it’s own right, with many happy owners in all parts of the world.   

 

 


The plans have not been available for many years, but a resent upsurge of interest in Burlington products has made me decide to resurrect the idea, and place the plans on a CD Rom. Because there is a vast amount of space on a CD, I’ve included all the plans I’ve ever produced. As well as the Arrow plans, there are plans to enable you to build your own chassis, a World War 2 utility type vehicle, an electronic dashboard and a Computer Numeric Controlled robot arm.

All the plans are in .jpg format scanned from the original paper masters that were first drawn up by myself many years ago. They are all indexed and some comments are made concerning “How I would have changed things if I were doing it all again today.”

While the plans need some modification to fit in with modern day vehicle regulations there is nothing that is insurmountable. Indeed there are still people who are building Burlingtons in their garages today. Some people use them to build exact replicas of the original Arrow, while some use them as a starting point for building their own cars and then change things radically to end up with a car that has more to do with what they want a self built car to look like. You simply can’t do that with a conventional Kit Car.

  More detailed descriptions of the plans, and pictures of the finished cars can be found below.

  Remember, ALL these plans are on the one CD.
(Over 200 pages !)

 


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 Burlington Arrow plans
Burlington Chieftain plans
Burlington Chassis plans
Burlington loom instructions
Electronic dashboard plans
3-axes robot arm / CNC plans

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