Keele Street Works, Tuntall Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs

Originally started when John Edwards learned how to use fibreglass to make replacement panels for rally and competition cars, it was not long before John's brothers Syd and Wilf were involved. By 1960 the old Keele Street Pottery in Tunstall had been purchased and a limited company was formed. Mid 1960s saw the development of the EB 60 Sports, basically a refined EB 50, which included double skin bonnets and doors, all fitted and hinged, together with a glazed windscreen. About half of the 60s were sold fitted to the "new" Ford Popular chassis, and supplied with extra "boxing in" to increase torsional rigidity. The 1962 Racing Car Show saw the introduction of the EB Debonair.

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LMB Debonair