Motor Bodies and Engineering Co. Ltd coachbuilt bodies on Chryslers, Daimlers, Hudsons, Railton, Sunbeam and Vauxhall cars during the 1930s from premises in Holloway, North London. They traded under the name 'Berkeley'. The company seems to have ceased by the 1940s. A separate company called 'Berkeley Coachworks' existed as a manufacturer of Motor Caravans at Biggleswade. In 1956 Lawrence Bond went into partnership with Berkeley Coachworks to produce the Berkeley microcars.
Sunbeam Sixteen 18.2 1931 Berkeley Coupe, body by Berkeley Coachworks
Sunbeam Speed 20 1933 Berkeley DHC.Coachwork by Berkeley Coachworks. In 1930 Sunbeam upgraded the Twenty model (20.9hp) with a 3,317cc (23.8hp) engine. However, there still 3-litre engines left in 1932 so a new Speed 20 model was created utilising the 2,916cc engine tuned to give 72bhp.
Sunbeam Speed 20 1933 Berkeley DHC. Coachwork by Berkeley Coachworks.