Devin Cars

1958 Devin SS
1957 Devin MG, now with Chevrolet 283 V8 powertrain

Devin Cars, a company founded by American Bill Devin, produced various racing cars and kit cars in the 1950s and 1960s.


The 1956 SCCA H-Modified National Champion was a Devin[1] powered by a 2-cylinder Panhard engine modified with Manx Norton motorcycle cylinder heads. This may have been the first-ever automotive use of belt-driven (double, in this case) overhead camshafts.[2]



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