Elfin MS8 Streamliner
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The Elfin MS8 models have been designed by Elfin Sports Cars and styled by the Holden Design team. This collaboration between two Australian manufacturing icons has been an enthusiastic exercise, by car enthusiasts, for car enthusiasts.

The Elfin MS8 sports cars are successors to the Elfin MS7, the Chevrolet V8 powered Elfin which won the 1975 and 1976 Australian Tourist Trophy Sports Car Championships.

On July 5, 2006 Elfin announced that the MS8 Streamliner will be going into production. Problems had surfaced with emissions and noise regulations which caused problems with the development cycle, but the car will have the same Holden-derrived parts as the concept did. Sales should begin at the end of 2006, and production will be limited to just 100 units. Pricing has been set at about $119,500 Australian Dollars, or about $88,500 American Dollars.




  • Fully independent rear suspension with top and bottom wishbones plus toe link adjustment
  • Front suspension with top and bottom chrome moly, unequal, aerofoil wishbones
  • Fully adjustable race spec rose joints throughout
  • Elfin alloy uprights (front and rear), fully adjustable for camber, caster & toe
  • Coil over Koni shock absorbers, adjustable for bump, rebound and ride height


  • Slotted & ventilated 4 wheel disc brakes Front: 32 x 343mm discs
  • Elfin alloy billet machined 6 pot calipers Rear: 18 x 315mm discs with handbrake
  • Elfin alloy billet machined 4 pot calipers


  • Rack and pinion with adjustable steering column
  • Fully adjustable alloy pedal box with brake bias adjustment


  • Alloy 18" wheels
  • 235 x 40 tyres


  • Jig assembled, hand crafted multitubular space frame
  • GRP body panels


  • Length 3500mm
  • Front Track 1460mm
  • Width 1710mm
  • Rear Track 1430mm
  • Wheelbase 2290mm
  • Kerb Weight 1050kg

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MS8 Clubman · MS8 Streamliner · Type 5 Clubman Roadster


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