1955 Bond Mk C
The single side door is on the passenger’s side because this is right hand drive and the cars depended principally upon its skin for rigidity, the size of door was severely limited and to overcome the resulting decrease in structural rigidity, vertical steel strengthening brackets were fitted on either side and along the bottom edge of the door aperture.
The car proved popular in the UK market, where its three-wheel configuration meant that it qualified for a lower rate of purchase tax, lower vehicle excise duty and lower cost insurance than comparable four-wheel cars. The three-wheel configuration, low weight and lack of a reverse gear also meant that it could be driven on a motor cycle license.
This is best for the guy that can work on his car in his spare time. The cost to do body and paint is well over what the whole car can be worth. However if you are looking to be noticed, I am sure this will do it!