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June 2003 registered GTM Libra 1.8 VVC. 160 BHP MEMS 3 Rover K-Series 1.8 VVC Engine. 49800 miles. Rover PG1 5 speed gearbox. 16" MG TF multispoke alloy wheels and
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Brief history- I bought this car a couple of years ago from its second owner. I wanted a lightweight mid- engined sports car but wanted something different from an Elise.
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I even went as far as to suggest a GTM Libra as a possible contender because of its replicas and Lotus Seven clones through to all manner of designs including sports cars
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Externally, the Libra appears to be a very compact sports car with its almost non-existent GTM cars can be found at . Trowell Lane Sutton Bonington Loughborough
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GTM Libra Kit Car Review www.premierkitcars.com reviews the stunning GTM Libra - a sporty the Cox GTM (Grand Touring Mini) a mid engined Ferrari Dino inspired sports car
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Multimedia page about GTM Cars: facts, articles, videos in development, Beck and Fitch launched a more up-market sports model, the Richard Oakes designed Libra.
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Libra; Spyder; K3; Rossa; Coupe; Ballista; 40TR; History January 19th 2008 : GTM re-launches 40TR . GTM 40TR. December 7th 2007: GTM Cars bought by Potenza Sports Cars
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GTM Cars is a kit car manufacturer located in Coventry and in 1998 also the more up-market sports model GTM Libra and in 2002 the GTM Spyder. In 2003 GTM Cars was bought by
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Specs of GTM LIBRA SPORTS 1600 VTEC, manufactured or sold in 2011, version for Europe All years same class and body style GTM cars: (click on the car to proceed to
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GTM Cars is a component kit car manufacturer located in in development, Beck and Fitch launched a more up-market sports model, the Richard Oakes designed Libra.