Fiberfab Inc. was an American manufacturer of kit cars in Santa Clara ( California). The company was founded in 1964 by Warren Goodwin and initially dealt with the construction of tuning parts for street rods and body parts for the Ford Mustang. In 1965 began the construction of Kit -Cars, which was continued until 1978. In 1983, the company was acquired by Classic Motor Carriages.

The Jamaican was available on the basis of TR3, TR4 of, the MGA, the Austin -Healey 100 or the VW Beetle. Later Fiberfab built his own chassis for the Jamaican and appointed a V8 engine.

Fiberfab also created a replica of the Ford GT40 based on the floorpan of the VW Beetle, which was called Avenger GT. Valkyrie was a similar car for receiving a V8 engine.

The Bonito was built under license in Germany by Fiberfab body and Sweden.

Also built Fiberfab tuned vehicles that appeared in the film THX 1138.


  • Avenger
  • Aztec
  • Aztec 7
  • Bonito
  • Caribee / Banshee
  • Centurion
  • Classic Tiffany
  • Clodhopper ( beach buggy )
  • Cobra
  • Gazelle
  • Jamaican
  • Liberty
  • Migi - Replica of an MG -TD
  • Scarab ( 3-wheel vehicle)
  • Speedster 356
  • Speedster 359
  • Vegabond ( beach buggy )
  • Valkyrie
  • 1934 Ford Cabriolet
  • 1934 Ford Victoria
  • 1934 Mercedes