Built in Brazil , the MP Lafer was created by Percival Lafer a furniture maker. Constructed of fiberglass, this 2 seat roadster resembles the classic early British sports cars of the 1940s and 1950s. Unlike the sports cars this vehicles engine, transmission, steering and suspension were adopted from the the VW beetle. Using the VW type 1 (1.6L H4 engine). 4300 MP Lafers were built over a 16 year production run and was available in 2 models. The classic "MP" and the modernized "TI" which debuted in march of 1984. Around 1000 units were exported. While most of those ended up in Europe, some did manage to make it to the United States.
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