Or better Known as its nick-name Frogeye Sprite, because the way the headlights were mounted and the grill given it the look of a frog. Designed by Donald Healey Motor Company in 1958 in Abingdon England. It was intended to be a low-cost model that a person could put in the bike shed, the car cost around £669 pounds. It was the successor to the sporting version of the pre-war Austin Seven. Today its a very collectable classic car.