MST MK1

  • The All New 2021 MST MK1 is here!

    We did it, the All New 2021 MK1 is here… on 71 plates!
    MST Cars brings you the first Brand New Mk1 since the 1970’s, hand built in North Wales, UK!
    Officially launched this weekend at Manchester Central, Late Brake Show with Jonny Smith.
    Next stop: The Classic Motor Show NEC, Birmingham, 12 – 14 November, come and say hello, we will also be giving away our new 2022 parts catalogue
    MST Mk1 & Mk2 are all bespoke and build to order, for touring, fast road, race or rally.
    Brief spec of this car:
    Brand new hand built rally spec bodyshell, bubble arched with weld in cage
    2.0L BDG race engine, de-tuned for road use
    5-speed close ratio gearbox
    Rally spec Atlas axle with LSD
    Bilstein coilover suspension
    AP Racing Brakes
    Genuine Minilite wheels
    LIFE Racing ECU & PDM / CANbus electrical system
    Electric power steering
    Fully bespoke interior trim, featuring real leather and Alcantara
    Various options and upgrades include:
    Millington Diamond 2.5 to 2.8L engine
    2.5L Duratec engine
    6 speed H-pattern or sequential gearbox
    Paddle & flat shift, launch & traction control
    Reiger suspension
    Various wheel sizes
    Road or full race / rally trim
    Prices start from £85k + VAT
    World wide export
    Please get in touch for more info
    www.mst-cars.com
    MST Cars Ltd / Motorsport Tools UK Ltd. Is not authorized or otherwise affiliated with the Ford Motor Company.
  • Testing the New MST Mk1 at Donington

    Following the successful road test last week, next test was some track testing at Donington race circuit were we could really put the car through its paces. Again the car ran faultlessly and was keeping up with some very fast track cars. We are very please with how the car handles both on the road and on the track.

  • The All New MST Mk1 First Road Test

    So we finally got the new MST Mk1 out of the factory for its first road test and we are very pleased to say that the car ran really well, very responsive and the all steel 2.0L BDG engine is very lively. A big milestone in the journey of bringing the Mk1 back on the road as a new car, the first since 1975. Next will be the final preparations for the IVA test in September and we hope to be able to officially launch the Mk1 in October on a 71 plate.

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