There is a users group for Burlington enthusiasts. Anyone building, or thinking of building, a Burlington is welcome to look and join in.
An enthusiastic builder from the very early days is Barry Toogood.
He uses his Arrow (in highly modified form) to drive up and down hills and across fields to take part in an ancient form of motor sport called. "Classic Trials"
More details can be found at:
A register has been set up to try to track down Burlingtons, no matter
where they are, or what state they are in.
If you have one, know someone who is building one, or have spotted one in a barn, PLEASE get in touch.
Graeme Payne is building an Arrow and has some pictures and details on his RaceTec Engineering site
M D "Doc" Nugent is building a special, and using the Arrow plans to (hopefully) give him some guidance.
John Jones is rebuilding an Arrow and his site has a month by month progress report in pictures. Very good to find out some of those obscure details that might help your build/rebuild. Why didn't I think of that URL ???
If you are building an Arrow, or any other "Special" come to
that, Stafford Vehicle Components is a fantastic place to get "Period"
electrical items, and other bits and pieces.
They stock a whole range of hard to find things like "Torpedo" sidelights, and reproduction Lucas switches and other dashboard equipment.
The website is comprehensive and fully illustrated. Bit of an Aladdin's cave where you can spend hours just looking.
They also tell me they can advise on the legal side of lighting, to help you get your car on the road