Bond produced his first cars in Preston in the late 1940's building an inexpensive light weight 3 wheeler Minicar range, initially with single cylinder and later twin cylinder engines, doing this in to the late 1960's. The models started with A and ended in G, followed by the 250G and 875 models. A far more conventional vehicle built in association with Standard - Triumph was the later Bond Equipe GT4S in 1963 which was in production up to 1970. And later with another tie up with Standard Triumph, Bond used the GT6 as the basis to built their 2 litre Bond GT between 1967 to 1971. With all this going on, the roots of the company were always with the three wheeler concept, and in 1970 came the Bond Bug, a car of its time!

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