These cars are essentially copies of the BT 21-29s; in fact the components were done in the same Surrey cottage shops as the Brabhams were. I wrenched on a Continental Championship (BT-29) twin cam car and we traveled with one of the Winkleman teams (Cicada). Christ, side by side there were very few differences (other than the Specialized Mouldings body pieces) between these cars. The Winklemans were a bargain then... and now!
Palliser-Winkelmann Registry-New Registrar, Same Domicile
I've recently taken over the Palliser-Winkelmann Registry (www.PalliserCars.com). I've made some substantial changes to the site (we now have Classifieds, Restoration photos, Model photos & Specsheets, etc.) & I'm trying to get Palliser Winkelmann owners to revisit the site & maybe contact me so that I can expand the database, or entice them to provide content for the site. I would like to hear from any owners---even those who are already listed in the Registry.
Conversely, if you're a newbie & want to find out about the marque, I'm more than glad to converse with you. I raced a Winkelmann WDF2 in the early 70s & now have a pair of FB Winkelmanns (WDB2) that a friend of mine I run in vintage events in California.