We are proud to offer this Nissan Group C car, built on chassis R90C-07, which is the only example of the type R93CK and represents the final development of the Nissan R89/90C line of which this car is the last of. Lola built 13 chassis for Nissan over two years of competition starting with six T89/10 chassis in 1989 built to R89C spec.
For 1990, seven T90/10 chassis were built, six of them to R90CK spec, with one tub, R90C-07 being set aside unbuilt as a spare. The very last of the 13 Lola tubs, it was built up in December 1990 by Nova Engineering of Japan to R90CK spec. Painted yellow with From-A sponsorship, R90C-07 raced throughout 1991 in the Japanese domestic series in the hands of A.Nakaya and Volkert Weidler who finished second first time out in the Fuji 500 Kms. They then finished second twice again that year, in the Fuji 1000 Kms and the Sugo 500 Kms. R90C-07's only race appearance outside Japan was in 1992 at the Daytona 24 Hours where Weidler, Mauro Martini and Jeff Krosnoff brought the car home 8th. It was the only time R90C-07 raced that year as Nova switched to their spare car, chassis R90C-06 on loan from Nissan, for the remainder of the '92 season and which was returned them at the end of the year.
In 1993 the car was uprated to R93CK spec, the only one of the thirteen chassis to be built or uprated to this spec. It raced once in 1993, finishing 2nd in the Suzuka 1000 Kms with Mauro Martini,and young up and coming German hotshot Heinz-Harald Frentzen. This would be the only race appearance for the type R93CK, for by then Group C racing was basically dead with the category collapsing after the cancellation of the World Sportscar Championship at the end of 1992. Apart from Japan, and Le Mans with its restricted boost and fuel allowance, there really was nowhere to race a Group C sports racing car.
After it was retired from active competition, R90C-07 was placed in dry storage until bought by McLaren/Trojan registrar and Supersports organiser Charlie Agg via Mike Gue of Essex Racing. Charlie raced the car in the new Group C Historic series both in Europe, and in the USA where Charlie took part in the HSR Endurance events at Daytona and Sebring in 2002, and at the Le Mans Legends in 2004. Charlie sold R90C-07 to George Purdie in 2008 whose son Andy took part in the Goodwood Festival of Speed that year and raced the car in historics until 2010 when the car sold to its current owner, who has raced the car sucessfully in Group C historics since then including a return to Le Mans for the legends event in 2012.
This Nissan R90CK is one of the few cars which - in the right hands - can beat the Sauber Mercedes. The car is well documented and is fully on-the-button with everything being fresh and current. It needs nothing and comes with an enormous spares package comprised of moulds, bodywork, several engines, etc..Enough to run the car without the need to buy anything for a good number of years !
This is a rare opportunity to buy one of the 3 Nissan R90's in private hands and to be at the front in the increasingly popular Group C racing scene.More...
Manufactured in 1963, this is not an ordinary Cortina but a genuine, factory supported Lotus Cortina Mk1 series 1 “S-frame” car to the correct specification.
Driven by Arthur Blank as a “Ford Switzerland” entry, it had factory support from Lotus which continued when it was run by the Scuderia Filipinetti team. It has further kudos in being the 1965 Swiss Touring car Champion.
This well documented Cortina with continuous ownership is ready to be enjoyed on the track or road (UK registered). After 45 years living in Switzerland, it was brought to the UK in 2008 after which more than GBP 40,000 has been spent on it. It was then used sparingly with 2 races in UK and the Tour Auto rally in 2010 for which new seats were fitted. The engine is freshly rebuild by Field Motorsport and has less than 1 hour running (dyno-tested at 160 bhp @ 6500 rpm and strong torque of 145lbs). New calipers, fire system and seat belts.
Having 2010 FIA HTP papers and a UK road registration, this Lotus Cortina with exceptional works pedigree is ready to give its new owner great fun on the race track or on the road !More...
One of the 6 Lola T70 Mk3B which were build by the factory in the 80ies. SL76/136 is a well known car which has been in long-term ownership and has been raced throughout Europe for the last 10+ years.
The car is absolutely on-the-button and comes with a good spares package.More...
This is one of the best prepared Shelby Mustang GT350 cars and the 2007 Spa 6hr overall winner ! Benefitting from long-term ownership, it was build-up from a bare 1966 Shelby Mustang rolling shell with all the best equipment and with an obsession to keep the weight as close as possible to its homologation weight of 1100kg. It has a fresh 400+ bhp 289 engine and a rebuild gearbox. New wiring loom and magnesium wheels.
The car is in excellent condition throughout. As it has sat unused since 2011, it will need nothing more than a go-through, a fluids re-fresh together with a new seat, fire extinguisher and fuell cell. SFM6S1695 comes with 2005 FIA HTP papers and 8 spare wheels. A spare engine can also be bought seperately.
This Mustang is ready to shine again on the historic racing scene where it will continue to be a frunt runner !More...
We are pleased to offer this stunning, genuine and rare 1965 (!) Shelby GT350 for sale by its current, long term Dutch owner and preparer.
This is the most beautiful Shelby GT350 we have had the privilege to see. It is fully documented in the Shelby Registry and has its matching 5R09K****** Ford chassis number.
The car is as new and very fresh only having run for about 10 hours total since its full frame-off restoration and R-model race preparation. This 1965 Shelby GT350 is a front running car in today’s historic racing given its ultimate spec which is as follows :
We are delighted to offer one of the best Porsche RS 3.0 with a stellar race history including multiple LeMans 24hrs participations (see the race history below).
Altough not a concours car, #9029 is nonetheless in excellent condition and has a well documented, continuous ownership chain up to present. All numbers (VIN-plate, front trunk stamping and hidden production number) are original and correct. The engine is the original one : 911/77 type with number 6840053 which makes this a matching numbers car !
#9029 is located in Florida, USA and comes with a US title and current FIA HTP papers.
Given its amazing racing history and provenance, #9029 is one of the best examples of Porsche's versatile 1974 911 Carrera 3.0 RS and is now ready for its new owner's enjoyment on both the race track and/or the road.More...