Paul Banham Conversions

Mini – classic : Paul Banham Conversions

Mini – classic : Paul Banham Conversions

A chop-top Mini, or retro-style on a plate… To find out more, contact Kit Car magazine Banham Roadster IN 2003, having concentrated on the production of his own bodywork designs for several years, Paul Banham went back to his coachbuilding roots by offering this good-looking open-top version of the Mini. The aim here was to […]

Maestro-based Banham 200

Maestro-based Banham 200

The Ford RS200 was once a competitor to Austin-Rover’s own Group B rally car, the Metro 6R4. This modern-day reinterpretation of the RS200 uses one of the production Metro’s stablemates as its basis… Banham appears to have ceased trading in 2004, although we have yet to find out the full details… To find out more, […]

The converters : Banham XJSS/FHC

The converters : Banham XJSS/FHC

Banham’s reworking of the XJ-S ranged from providing it with a more conventional roofline to completely rebodying the car… Banham appears to have ceased trading in 2004, although we have yet to find out the full details… To find out more, contact Kit Car magazine. Jaguar XJ-S fixed-head coupe FROM the day it was first […]

Banham Jaguars

Banham Jaguars

A couple of Banham conversions which closely mirrorred Jaguar’s own open-top offerings… Banham appears to have ceased trading in 2004, although we have yet to find out the full details… To find out more, contact Kit Car magazine. Jaguar XJS cabriolet Jaguar XJS convertible Information and images used with the kind permission of Paul Banham […]