Made in greater numbers was the 1962 SX1000 based on the Mini. The first cars were built by grafting the Ogle glass fibre body to a customer supplied Mini. The conversion cost £550 plus the customer supplied base car. Later in 1962, complete cars became available with the 997 cc Cooper version costing £1176. Any of the Mini engines could be specified up to the Mini Cooper S unit which topped out at 110 mph (180 km/h). It is thought that 66 were made. Following David Ogle's death, it was decided to cease car production with the remaining parts being used up.
A batch intended for the United States were converted to right hand drive and sold onto the home market. It is thought the last one left the factory as late as 1964.
The Ogle SX1000 replica is now available again from Nostalgia Cars.