Articles tagged Tony Divey

Page 56 of April 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, April 1981

Around and About

For business and pleasure Regular readers of Motor Sport will know that Dan Margulies has been advertising within these pages for more than twenty years, dealing in specialist cars. He had involved himself in the business for many years before it became “fashionable” to own elderly cars and they began changing hands at their current high prices. VSCC members will know the Romanian born,...

Page 43 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, January 1979

That New Three-Wheeler

We hear that the new sports three-wheeler that we referred to in the November 1978 issue of Motor Sport and which is the product of Mr. Tony Divey of Triking, in Norfolk, has been completed. The prototype has, we are told, done more than 2,000 miles of hard testing, with only minor troubles. It was timed by radar at Snetterton to do over 84 m.p.h. on the short straight, with a top speed of about...

Page 68 of December 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, December 1982


Triking Three-Wheeler"It seemed to me that I could build one with modern mechanicals that was faster, safer and more reliable than the original — and which still cost less." SUCH was the philosophy behind Tony Divey's Triking, for the onlooker immediately thinks of the three-wheeled Morgan sports car of the inter-war years, famed for its race-winning performances and now much sought-after as a...

Page 69 of November 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, November 1978

Around and About

A sporting three-wheeler Believing that there might be a market for a sporting three-wheeler, on the lines of the immortal but no-longer-produced Morgan, we are interested to hear that such a car is being built in Norfolk, and if the vicious Type-Approval regulations can be overcome, that it may go into production. The builder is well aware that he may incur the wrath of certain people in the...


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