Markstone Capital Partners acquires controlling interest in Tomcar

  • 17-Mar-2009 08:58 EDT
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The Tomcar is designed to have a low center of gravity, high ground clearance, and low mass. Shown is the TM2.
Markstone Capital Partners acquired a controlling interest in Tomcar Ltd., manufacturer of the Tomcar TM2, TM4, and TM5 off-highway vehicles. The Tomcar is a military-grade, high-performance vehicle originally designed for military and border patrol use and now being produced as a commercial and recreational vehicle. Tomcar is based in Rochester Hills, MI, with additional operations in Arizona and Israel, as well as strategic partnerships in Australia, Canada, and the U.K. Tomcar has partnered with German engineering firm EDAG to assemble vehicles on a new production line in Auburn Hills, MI, to meet worldwide demand. The vehicles are currently used in a variety of markets including military, first responder, mining, construction, agriculture, tourism, and recreation.
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