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Read Paul Latham Jackson's account of how the F2 came to exist
Original magazine articles
and features about the
Latham F2

Read Paul Latham Jackson's account of how the F2 came to exist
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Over the years the Latham F2 has appeared in a number of magazine features and was reviewed several times by the journalists of the day. With kind permission, we have been allowed to reproduce some of those early articles here. In due course, we hope to add to this selection. Click on the thumbnail image of the magazine cover to view the article.

Kit Car Magazine
September 1986
Ian Hyne visits the development workshops in Penzance and sees the prototype buck in the later stages of construction. It's early days . . .
Kit Car Magazine
September 1988
Having been there at the inception, Ian Hyne returns, this time to the new factory in Bicester, to try his hand at the first prototype road car. It's a bit rough, but he likes what he sees . . .
Which Kit? Magazine
May 1990
Peter Filby was one of the first journalists to visit the new factory in Bicester, where he was met by an ebullient Julia Latham-Jackson. Her determination helped generate his enthusiasm . . .
Kitcars International Magazine
August 1990
Seemingly a glutton for punishment, or actually keen on the car, Ian Hyne calls in on Bicester once again, before heading north to test the first customer-built car to hit the road . . .

If you know of any articles or features about Latham Sports Cars that we haven't featured here, please let us know. We'd be very keen to include more, and would be grateful of the loan of any magazines or cuttings so that we can expand this section of the website. Please contact us at the Register.