Sporting cars don’t come much more minimalist than this – an Anzani two-cylinder engine powered this glassfibre-bodied two-seater to a top speed of 65mph. Not fast, but certainly fun, and surprisingly popular during the boomtime 1950s. When seen away from other cars, the 322 and 328 look well-proportioned and ahead of their time, but the tiny size makes them a singular choice for the adventurous fans in real life. Cheap to fuel, cheap to buy, and easy to work on, these Berkeleys make great sense, and have a real following today.
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