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Factory Five

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Factory Five Racing, often heralded as a trailblazer in the kit car industry, was established in 1995 by brothers Mark and David Smith in Wareham, Massachusetts. With a fervent focus on crafting vehicles that blend classic allure with modern engineering, Factory Five made its mark with the introduction of the Mk1 Roadster. This model, a tribute to the iconic 1960s Shelby Cobra, epitomized the company’s ethos of offering high-performance, customizable cars that enthusiasts could assemble in their own garages.

Over the years, Factory Five has expanded its repertoire to include a variety of models, such as the Type 65 Coupe and the 818 Sports Car, catering to a diverse range of tastes and performance needs. Their innovative approach has consistently set industry standards, emphasizing not just speed and aesthetics but also the intimate experience of building one’s own car.

Today, Factory Five continues to thrive, leveraging advanced technology and customer feedback to enhance their designs. Their commitment to affordability and community involvement has cemented their status as a beloved brand among automotive hobbyists. Despite the challenges of a rapidly evolving market, Factory Five maintains its position at the forefront of the kit car industry, celebrating over two decades of remarkable achievements and enduring passion for motorsports.

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