1935 - 1989

Everson 

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Everson, a New Zealand car brand founded in 1961, carved its niche in automotive history through a modest yet dedicated operation that ran until 1989. The company was primarily a family-driven endeavor, spearheaded by Cliff and Stan Everson, whose passion for cars translated into a range of models including the Cherub, Eagle, and EMW 6. These vehicles were noted for their uniqueness, often crafted as replicas or leisure vehicles, a testament to the ingenuity and resourcefulness of the Everson team.

The brand started its journey as Span Farm Paint and Panel before transitioning to Everson Motor Works, always maintaining its base in Auckland. During its operational years, Everson distinguished itself by offering vehicles that blended practical utility with the charm of sportiness, often using base models from popular manufacturers like BMW, Chrysler, and Ford to create cars that were both accessible and enjoyable.

Today, despite no longer being in production, Everson’s legacy as a builder of classic kitcars and leisure vehicles lives on. The brand’s commitment to affordable yet distinctive vehicles has left a mark on New Zealand’s automotive landscape, celebrating the ethos of bespoke car manufacturing within a familial setting. This slice of automotive history highlights the influence of small-scale manufacturers in enriching the car culture with uniquely crafted models that offered something different from mainstream production lines.

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