Condor / Perentti (Australia) - AllCarIndex

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Condor / Perentti

AUSTRALIA

time-calendar.png 1979-1988

The Perentti sports car was designed and built by Revolution Fibreglass Pty Ltd in the Melbourne suburb of Bayswater. Introduced at the Sydney Motor Show in 1983, the 2-door coupe was styled on a Chevrolet Corvette, while mechanically it was based on a Holden panel van chassis. The Perentti featured 2+2 seating, T-bar roof, large luggage area and a choice of 6-cylinder or 8-cylinder engines. A safety feature was steel intrusion bars in the doors and body panels, in order to comply with Australian Design Rules standards.
The car remained in production until 1988 when Revolution Fibreglass Pty Ltd manager Bill Kain decided to concentrate on boat building rather than cars. Fred Martin of Bendigo then bought the business, but only offered a few cars as kits before going out of business in the same year. The unusual name refers to the largest lizard found in Australia.

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