Frontline build not only the Factory Editions (currently the LE60) but also Bespoke Editions. The former are the precise personal visions of founder, Tim Fenna, made to fixed specifications in limited numbers. Bespoke Editions on the other hand are all unique and built to the visions of the individuals who commission them. Bespoke Editions may share many elements with Factory Editions, but ultimately they are all about the individual commission.
The idea was to maintain all the period beauty, even the original engine, but optimise everything: make it the best it could be.
It’s needed to have the Rover-Buick V8 in it, like the original Costellos and V8 GT. But it also needed to be able to handle all that power and front-end weight shift.
Built to Abingdon spec in a GT frame for touring, particularly in Spain and Italy. Featuring bespoke scooped bonnet and a very special interior.
Commissioned by a former works rally driver and built as a GT car to travel between homes in Belgium and Scotland. Featuring stove-enamelled Dunlop-style wheels and flared wheel arches.
Built for a well known TV presenter living in a hot climate. It has no roof and a very particular colour scheme mimicking the James Bond Lotus Esprit. The owner wanted the livery but not the Lotus!
An Abingdon-spec car with subtle detail changes. Commissioned by a father who’s son also has a Frontline. Unique linen-colour interior, three-eared wheel spinners and many small bespoke details.
The customer’s Grandfather left him this car and the funds to have Frontline restore it. Upgraded to LE50 specification with Minilite wheels. Gives exceptional performance in a classical package.
Brimming with high performance enhancements, this was a Bespoke Edition based on an Abingdon that became the prototype for the Abingdon Factory Edition. Featuring hood scoop, 285bhp engine, Dunlop wheels and much more.