The model that ensured the company's survival: a simple vehicle based on Standard Ten and latterly Triumph Herald components, with a performance that was always brisk on account of the car's light weight. EM4/EM5/EM6 (1965-73, and only 50 made) latterly used 1296cc engine, and EM6 had GT6 chassis in place of Fairhtorpe's own frame. Spartan and somewhat crude, but fun.
- 948cc/1147cc (S4 OHV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1957 to 1973
- Number produced: