Most people do not know that Israel as well can boast its own automotive history when in the 1950s the company Sabra was born.
In the beginning, the Sabra built small cars, in 1961 to enter the sports car sector, and the company projected a small coupé.
It was the Sport GT and it was presented at the motor show held in New York the same year. The car featured a structure composed of a frame designed by Leslie Ballamy wrapped in a fibreglass body.
The engine was chosen as a four-cylinder Ford 1.7 driven by a four-speed manual transmission and capable of pushing the vehicle up to a top speed of 175 km/h.
Equipped with an independent suspension system and a braking system consisting of four disc brakes, the Sport GT was built in just under 200 units until 1967. The company later began a period of financial crisis due to the conflict that raged between Israel and its neighbouring states, which led to stopping the entire production.
Thanks to Valentina Zanola for the cooperation