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With a top speed of 195mph and 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds - the Lister Stealth delivers heart-pounding performance with ease.
A tribute to the late Sir Stirling Moss by the Lister Motor Company.
An insight into the craftsmanship of the Lister Knobbly Road Car at the Cambridge factory.
Pistonheads - Knobbly & HQ review
Lister Stirling Moss launch at the RAC club, London.
This isn’t a half-hearted replica or homage car, but a forensically perfect facsimile of the legendary Knobbly, complete with a continuation Lister chassis number” ? motoring journalist Quentin Willson takes an in-depth look at the meticulous and immaculate recreation of a 1950s classic, the world-beating Lister ‘Knobbly’.
Graham Hutton, who has worked for Lister for 50 years, reflects on the traditional methods used in building Lister cars. He’s built cars by hand and still champions the old fashioned way. Now he trains Lister’s next generation and is keen to teach them how traditional methods can work alongside modern technology to help keep the cars authentic.
Director Mark Hallam takes you on a tour of the limited edition Stirling Moss Lister. Discover how the car is built, from its lightweight chassis, to its magnesium bell housing and low lift arches.
Lister MD Lawrence Whittaker reveals Brian Lister’s secret to building cars that maintain a competitive advantage. For Brian, it was all about using lightweight materials to create cars that would handle better on the track – and win races.
Brian Lister, who died aged 88 on December 16th, was one of Britain’s greatest unsung racing car builders. From its inception in 1954, Lister quickly became a benchmark for the front-engined sports racing car. The Lister ‘Knobbly’, as it was known, had few competitors.
Motoring journalist Quentin Willson uncovers the remarkable history of Britain’s longest-established racing car company and chronicles the meticulous modern-day recreation of its 1950s world-beater
Sir Stirling Moss talks to Quentin Willson about his time racing the Lister Knobbly and the new Lister Moss Limited Edition Cars.
Quentin Willson interviews Sir Stirling Moss for Lister Cars at Race Retro 2014 - Historic Sports Racing Car.
Quentin Willson gives an in depth review of the all new Lister Knobbly at this years Race Retro 2014.
Quentin Willson interviews the Chairman of Lister Cars, Andrew Whittaker at Race Retro 2014.
The debut of the brand new Lister Knobbly Continuation, the first of its kind, and what a debut!
Highlights from the 2014 Historic Motoring Awards based in the London St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel. In association with EFG, Octane and Lister Cars.
YouTube Motoring Journalist Chris Harris reviews the Lister Knobbly at Goodwood to celebrate the launch of the continuation car.