Kellermann and Pembleton Sports Cars: Together committed to “Classic meets high tech”

Kellermann and Pembleton Sports Cars: Together committed to “Classic meets high tech”

Kellermann company (www.kellermann-online.com) – the experts for motorcycle accessories from Aachen, Germany – is proud to equip the new Pembleton Super Sport car of British manufacturer Pembleton Motor Company from Bayton, Worcestershire (www.pembleton.co.uk) with its Bullet 1000 indicator.

The Pembleton Super Sport is the first turnkey model of Pembleton Motor Company. Since 1999 the company and its owner Phil Gregory have produced over 500 kits of its Pembleton sports car. His son Guy Gregory is now in charge of Pembleton Sports Cars and will build turnkey models of the car: “For us it was important to source parts for our new model that are of high quality and look great.”

The Bullet 1000 indicator from Kellermann was the clear favorite for Pembleton.  The goal for the look and feel of the car was to achieve a classic/vintage look with some modern features and finishes. This is what led Pembleton to installing Kellermanns bullet indicators.  Guy Gregory: “They have that classic look, paired with a high quality and modern lighting.”

Kellermann company boss Guido Kellermann said: “Of course our core market is producing high end LED lights for motorcycles. However, an innovative project as the Pembleton sports car really connects to our philosophy ‘Classic meets high tech’.”

Kellermann further said: “Our products give lots of space for individuality and creativity. And with R6/R7 approval for the 'Extreme' version the Bullet is legal on any vehicle!”

The new Pembleton sports car is equipped with Bullet 1000 Extreme indicators in the front und Bullet 1000 DF indicators at the rear.

Just recently the Bullet 1000 DF was part of an interesting beetle project by German customizing company Weinkath Carwheels (www.weinkath-carwheels.de).

 

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