They sold for £2,495 (or at least offered for sale at that price), which was a lot more money then the McCoy coupe which was initially available as a kit from £1.175, later £1.795 and later again £1.950. But, boy, did they have to make a brand new set of moulds for it. Or at least for its rear. And its doors, as these are different, too.
I have no idea how many were ever built but there cannot be too many of these around as I have never ever seen one. The A-Z of Kit Cars thinks there may have been 5, but I doubt it. Dave White of the McCoy Owners Club (really! click here) told me years ago he knew of one (see it here). Could that be the sole survivor?
The McIvoy's prototype body, here on display with Birchall Automotive in 1986
Picture courtesy Kit Car magazine
And that's the finished thing, as shown in Birchall Automotive's brochure
A shooting brake? At least the typical Norfolk backdrop suggests so for McIvoy
Same car again, I can't remember the source. Note that logo says it's a McCoy
This comes from a later ad by NG Wynes. Skirts suggest this is another car?