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Fiberfab

The Fiberfab Scarab STM.  (My thanks to Ray Buckland for sending this image and to Bill Fidler for the data on this page.)

Fiberfab

Description

The Fiberfab Scarab was first manufactured in Pennsylvania (USA) in the mid 1970’s. The Scarab STM (Sports Transport Module) was produced in a kit form by Fiberfab Inc who are one of the Worlds oldest and largest manufacturers of fibreglass sports car bodies.  The vehicle was powered by a number of motorcycle engines that were 450cc or larger.  This provided power to the single rear wheel. The front suspension came from a Volkswagen which was attached to a steel frame. The two-seater body is made in three-sections from fibreglass and is bolted to the chassis. The front of the Scarab features a Collapsible / Replaceable bumper and the body has a “flip top” roof with “pop-out” windows.

Detailed Information
Detailed Description

The Fiberfab Scarab was first manufactured in Pennsylvania (USA) in the mid 1970’s. The Scarab STM (Sports Transport Module) was produced in a kit form by Fiberfab Inc who are one of the Worlds oldest and largest manufacturers of fibreglass sports car bodies.  The vehicle was powered by a number of motorcycle engines that were 450cc or larger.  This provided power to the single rear wheel. The front suspension came from a Volkswagen which was attached to a steel frame. The two-seater body is made in three-sections from fibreglass and is bolted to the chassis. The front of the Scarab features a Collapsible / Replaceable bumper and the body has a “flip top” roof with “pop-out” windows.

Additional Information

Additional Information

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