A rear view photo of a shiny red Clan Clover taken at Prestatyn Flower Show, 2018.
In 1985 Clan Cars developed a new, mid-engined version (of the Clan Crusader) called the Clan Clover. It used a 1,490 cc, 105 hp (78 kW) Alfa Romeo Flat-4 engine and gearbox. It also received new glass, a rear spoiler, and blistered arches. It is believed that approximately 26 cars were made (twenty road cars and six racing versions). After well-publicized quality issues, Clan Cars ran into financial difficulties and went into receivership and ceased trading in June 1987.
Source: Clan (car) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.
Graham P. Smith