We are pleased to offer this wonderful FIA legal, racing E-type for sale which is in excellent, race ready condition.
While keeping its steel monococque chassis, it has aluminium doors, bonnet and trunk.
The current owner has spent significant money on this car during the last few years. Just in the last 9 months, bills totalling approximately GBP 30K show the following work been done :
Spares consist of 2 sets of wheels, spare windscreen, trottle cable, 2 original seats and miscellaneous running spares.
This gorgeous E-Type is UK road registered and benefits from new, December 2014 FIA HTP papers which show that this E-type is indeed ready to give its new owner lots of enjoyment on the road or track.More...
We are pleased to offer this immaculate Chevron B19 for sale.
The Chevron B19 was designed and introduced by Chevron founder Derek Bennett at the beginning of 1971 and followed on from the successful B8 and B16 models. As before, the car was aimed firmly with the privateer in mind, with ease of maintenance and low running costs being vital factors in its design, as well as being a competitive alternative to rival manufacture’s Lola T210. Over the following months some 35 individual B19s would be built.
B19-71-14 is well documented with its race and ownership history known from new. Standing out is its 4th OA and class winning performance in the 1973 Targa Florio !
The car has been freshly prepared and is compliant with the latest FIA regulations as evidenced by its 2015 FIA HTP papers.
The FVC engine is a new, latest spec unit built by specialist Geoff Richardson with just 4 hours running on it. Also the FT200 gearbox is fresh as are the uprights, wheel bearings, etc..
This car – which was previously running with later, non-B19 bodywork – now has a new correct B19 body supplied by Vin Malkie of Chevron racing Ltd.
This B19 is as-new and is truly fresh and race-ready. Rather than paint the car in a specific color or livery, the current owner has decided to keep it in plain white so the future owner can give it the desired livery and/or color.
The car comes with a set of spare wheels along with some old, non B19 bodywork (nose, doors and cockpit).
Needless to say that this gorgeous B19 is very usable as it is eligible for most of the historic race events around the world.More...
We are delighted to present this genuine and superbly prepared 1966 Ford GT40 Mk1 with chassis number P/1062. A front running car with continuous history from new and never seriously damaged throughout its entire life P/1062 is now offered for sale by its long-term owner.
Ford GT40 P/1062 was one of 31 road-equipped cars built by Ford Advanced Vehicles at Slough. Essentially a softened race car, the road version of the Mk1 GT40 differed in having softer suspension, less aggressive brakes, Borani wire wheels, a silenced exhaust system, a heater and windscreen demister, twin luggage boxes housed in the tail, a fully timed cloth interior, fully working door locks, and “Ford” sill badges. Despite all this softening, the GT40 as a road car wasn’t really practical for everyday use and interest was low. Having planned to build at least 50 road cars, all at a pre-calculated loss, Ford stopped at 30 units plus one prototype.
Finished in Metallichrome Toledo blue with black interior trim and fitted with the standard Cobra 289cid V8 fitted to all GT40 Mk1s, P/1062 was shipped new to Ford Division in America arriving in Detroit at the end of the December ’66 along with P/1063. On arrival both cars were assigned to Ford’s experimental Kar Kraft division. Quite what Kar Kraft did with the car is a mystery and a full year later P/1062 was still in Ford’s stock inventory in Detroit where it would remain until being assigned to be sold-off at the end of ’68. At the time of its disposal P/1062 was one of three GT40s to have a “road-modified” MkII tail fitted and was sold in early ’69 to Dr Len Cheney in California who used P/1062 as a road car until the end of the year when he sold it to an unknown buyer.
Despite the passage of time, the next few years of the history of P/1062 are a mystery, but it was owned in the late-70s by David Brown of Florida. He sold the car to Harley Cluxton in Arizona who in turn sold it to collector and racer Jeff Lewis of California. The car had by this time lost its MkII tail for a standard Mk1 item. Jeff raced the car in the West Coast historic scene in the 80s. Throughout his ownership P/1062 was painted white with a black centre stripe.
In 1991 Jeff sold the car through Mike Sheehan to Hans-Joachim Weber in Germany who then modified the car to full race spec finishing in blue with a white center stripe. Weber then became very active with the car in European historic racing during the next decade before selling P/1062 in 1999 to David McElrain, owner of P/1053. With David committed to racing P/1053, the current owner took over the driving duties of P/1062 and bought the car for himself in 2001 immediately repeating his previous year’s winning the Tour Auto, a revival of the Tour de France. Since then, P/1062 has been at the forefront of the European historic racing scene including the Le Mans Classic where it has not missed participating with success since 2004. In 2006 at Le Mans, the car suffered a flash fire which singed the bodywork but caused no real or further damage. The owner then took the opportunity to fully restore the car over the next year before returning to the track once more with multiple participations at the Goodwood Revival where P/1062 led the GT40 race in 2013 after a stellar start. Prior to running at Goodwood in 2014, P/1062 also won the Plateau 4 Le Mans Classic event.
After another good 2014 racing season, the car is now being fully serviced and it is being sold in fresh and race-ready condition with a fresh engine and gearbox, new fuel bags, new hub bearings, etc.. The 2007 FIA HTP papers are being renewed and the car comes with a set of spare wheels and running spares.
Despite not having a period racing history, P/1062’s no-stories provenance coupled with its more recent historic racing record is pretty impressive, always being a reliable front-runner in the capable hands of its current owner. Without a doubt, P/1062 is one of the very best GT40s and its next lucky owner will continue to be a welcome entrant in all the blue-ribbon historic race events around the world.
We are proud to to present for sale the HWM Alta chassis 52/112, one of the four HWM team cars. This HWM has the correct Alta 2 litre engine as raced in period Grand Prix races. The car is race ready, very reliable and great fun to drive. It has always been maintained regardless of cost and received lots of TLC (tender, loving care).
This HWM is extremely well documented and its period race history (from 1952 up to 1971 !) is simply amazing. This rare HWM GP racer has been a regular entry at the most prestigious historic events such as the Monaco Historic GP and the Goodwood Revival.More...
This gorgeous "little" Lola has has spent its entire life in Italy and has continuous ownership from new as well as an excellent race history (see belo) which includes a 1972 Targa Florio class win and 4th OA !
The current owner bought the car in 2007 from Italy upon which he then commisioned a complete restoration by specialist Vin Malkie. It was decided to fit the car with the rare 2 litre Cosworth Vega engine which was used by the Lola works team in the seventies.The Hewland FG gearbox was rebuilt with mainly new parts, new body, new fuel tanks, fire extinguisher, seat belts, wiring, rebuilt suspension, etc..
Further detail regarding the restoration is as follows :
• Monocoque restored including new panels and rivets,
• Rear sub-frame/engine bay re-jigged and re-painted, including replacement of some tubes that were slightly damaged,
• New FIA approved fuel tanks in sill and behind seat.
• Complete new body parts fitted to car.
• New suspension and rose joints all round.
• New brakes or rebuilt and new parts fitted, including new discs all round..
• New fuel, oil and water lines.
• New electrical system and wiring loom
Following the restoration, HU08 has been prepared and supported by WDK Motorsport. The car has performed flawlessly and only has 4 races since restoration.HU08 was invited to the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2010 The car was outright fastest up the hill on day 1. 2nd fastest by one 100th of a second, to a F1 car on day 2 and spun in the shoot out day 3. Quite a performance for a 2 litre car!
The car has been in cocoon storage for past 2 years. WDK have recently prepared and tested the car to ensure all is perfect. As such, it is totally race ready and needs nothing further.
HU-08 comes with spares, current FIA HTP papers and is eligible for Masters WSM, CER, LeMans Classic, etc..More...
We are delighted to offer this extraordinary 1988 Spice factory car with chassis number SE88C-003 for sale.
This beautiful Spice has been prepared and maintained to a very high standard and is ready to take part in the 2015 Group C series.
The car has outstanding race history being the 1988 World Sports car Championship winning C2 car and 1988 LeMans 24hr winner (Spice, Bellm, De Thoissy) ! In addition, it finished 2nd and 3rd in the 1989 and 1990 Le mans 24hr and has excellent race history during its entire racing career from 1988 to 1992.
It is currently raced in Group C series with much success : it is the triple Championship Winner 2012/13/14 and it is also the ONLY C2 car to win several Group C races Overall - Imola 2012 and Paul Ricard 2014. This car always wins the C2 class and is a regular overall podium finisher !
Chassis : Aluminium honeycomb and carbon fibre monocoque with machined aluminium bulkheads assembled at Spice Engineering.
Engine : 3.9 litre Cosworth DFL prepared by Cosworth engine specialist HiSpeed (UK). Homologated at 540 bhp. The engine has had 10hrs at a rev limit of 8000rpm since a full rebuild including new pistons. It was fully inspected, boroscoped and compression tested for the 2015 season.
Suspension & Brakes : Double wishbone front and rear suspension. In-period KONI adjustable shocks which have been revalved and tested earlier this year. AP 6 pot calipers. All suspension, brake and steering components have been crack tested for the 2014 season.
An extensive spares package comes with the car.
This Spice is a reliable and very competitive car while it is also simple to run and maintain. A perfect entry for Group C racing !More...
This is the original Zakspeed Ford Escort II Gr4 as entered by the Zakspeed team for Jörg van Ommen in 1981. The car has undergone a complete, ground-up restoration by marque specialist JB Classic Racing GmbH and is in as-new, race ready condition.
Its specification is state-of-the-art Group 4 with 4 cylinder BDA of 1992ccm delivering 280bhp, Lucas injection, 5 speed race gearbox, 75% limited diff, 4 pot Girling (front) and ATE (rear) brakes and 15" BBS wheels.
The car is well documented and comes with its original ONS wagenpass as issued for Zakspeed in 1981.
The car resides in Germany where an inspection can be arranged subject to appointment.More...
We are delighted to offer this extraordinary 1975 Kremer Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 RSR for sale which is one of only 57 Porsche 911 3.0 RSR build.
For the 1974 season, Porsche produced yet another evolution of the 911. Developed around the 3-litre RS homologation special, the 3-litre RSR became the most successful Group 4 car of its era. In its early years, the RSR swept all before it in IMSA, Trans Am and the FIA World Championship, production beginning in late 1973.
They were equipped with Typ 911/75 engines featuring high-lift camshafts, Bosch slide injection and twin plug ignition. There was also a large capacity dry sump oil tank and dual megaphone exhaust from the 2.8 RSR. Displacement remained unchanged from the RS at 2992cc but the compression was upped from 9.8 to 10:3.1, the result having been 330bhp at 8000rpm.
The five-speed transmission from the RS was installed along with a new dry plate Fichtel and Sachs sintered clutch. Coil springs were either steel or titanium. Visually the 3-litre RSR was enhanced with special five-spoke centre-locking 15-inch wheels, these having been 10.5-inches wide at the front and a massive 14-inches at the back. Ultra-light grassfire panels were used for the ventilated wheel arch extensions, bumpers, front lid, engine cover and rear spoiler.
Inside, the stripped-out cockpit got a solitary high-backed Recaro bucket seat with vinyl bolsters and cloth center, a six-point racing harness holding the occupant firmly in place.
Weighing in at a mere 900kg, the RSR was obviously a very quick car, in excess of 170mph having been possible while 0-60 took less than five seconds. Towards the end of 1974, most cars were coming out of the factory with closer to 350bhp, the last dozen examples (made from mid 1974) having been built on the 1975 model year H-series platform. Consequently, these cars use a 560 as opposed to a 460 VIN prefix. Some later cars were also equipped with the Carrera Turbo-style flat front bumper first used by Peter Gregg and the Brumos team.
The RSR raced through the 1974 and ’75 seasons vanquishing the opposition and providing Porsche with its most successful customer racing car.
When Porsche stopped with the production of the 3.0 RSR (switching to the 934), it had 4 RSR chassis left. One was used to build another car for Ludwig Heimrath while the other 3 RSR chassis were supplied to Kremer who build-up 3 full spec RSR's identical to the cars supplied by Porsche. One of these 3 RSR was #005 0004 (the hidden production number given by Porsche) whereby the first three numbers refer to the year (005 for 1975) and the following 4 digits denoting the actual number of chassis in that year. Kremer used to also use the Porsche hidden production number as the VIN-Nr for the car.
As such, a total of 53 plus 4 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 RSR were build.
#005 0004 is in immaculate condition with fresh paint and decals. The original RSR type 911/75 engine crankcase, complete with all racing components, comes with the car in a separate crate. The engine currently fitted in the car is a 3.0 liter 930 turbo case with approximately 15 hours which was freshened and gone through last winter. The top of the engine (slides, trumpets, injection pump, etc.) is original. The transmission (correct type 915) also has approximately 15 hours and all bushings were recently replaced. The car currently has an electronic distributor and electric tacho and and rev-counter fitted but the original distributor and VDO gauges come with the car as do the original trailing control arms (custom replacements are fitted on the car). The seat in the car is the original Lollipop seat. The windshield is new and unscratched. Correct 917-like Speedline RSR wheels. This car has been completely gone through and it is truly race ready.
005 0004 is very well documented with continuous ownership from new. Available with the car are the original ONS Wagenpass, 2007 FIA HTP, an extensive picture restoration file together with a fully documented history file and in-period pictures.
In addition to the original 917-type wheels fitted to the car, this well known "Wally's Jeans RSR" comes with 2 sets of black powder coated BBS wheels.More...