There is so much misinformation on the Internet about the Manic GT that it is time for a Website to not only help set the record straight, but also act as a repository for all things Manic and provide an online registry.
For the fascinating story of this little-known marque, the last uniquely Canadian car, please go to the History page. The Manic was created in Quebec in the late 1960s, when the province was heady with the success of Expo 67 - Montreal's World's Fair - and before the upheaval caused by the FLQ Crisis of 1970, when Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau declared the War Measures Act to stem violent insurgency in Quebec.
It also was the end of an era - when an upstart young company could create its own car. Soon the onset of pollution and safety regulations would make such a venture all but impossible.
But all that may be changing: In 2010 a Manic GT was included in an exhibition called The Search for the Canadian Car at the Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa; after years of languishing in barns and garages, several cars are now under restoration; and more and more information is being made available online.
If you can add to the history of this unique Canadian car, or know of one that exists and isn't in our registry, please write to email@example.com.