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...
This ex Red Rose Racing team B19 has only had 3 owners from new (!) and has been with the current owner since 2000. He has raced this wonderful B19 successfully in the Orwell Supersports Cup with many class wins and a 3rd overall finish in the 2006 chamiponship. The car has excellent racing history (see below) being driven by John Hine, Brian Redman and Richard Attwoord.
This lovely B19 has always been very well maintained and is in excellent condition. It is sold without engine thereby allowing the new owner to fit the engine of preference (Cosworth FVC or BDG) for the envisioned racing series.
There is a full history file with the car as well as FIA HTP papers (signed by John Bridges owner of Red Rose Racing). The car comes with a new spare nose and 2 sets of wheels.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a pure and historically significant Chevron B19 in excellent condition ready for enjoyment in the many historic race events for which it is eligible and in which it would be a competitive entry.More...
This amazing car has been built for the current owner in 2002-2003 by “Holman & Moody” (H&M) as a correct replica of the unique 1964 Daytona running Ford Fairlane 427 (which sadly does no longer exist as it was broken up by Alan Mann in the early 70’s). Holman & Moody built virtually all of the factory Ford racecars of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s
Using the pictures from the H&M archives, lots of research and involving H&M in-period employees, the build was done using a proper 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 2-door hardtop coupe as donor car. The resulting specification is the is exactly as per the original, namely :
A spares package comes with the car along with ample documentation of the build and of the original H&M Ford Fairlane, including a comprehensive 5 kg A3 size book !
Current FIA HTP (GTP 2) papers.
This car is on-the-button, reliable and lots of fun to drive while being a front runner (faster than a GT40; see race results further below). It has now been entered for the 2013 FHR series and - as always - will be a sure crowd pleaser !More...
The "Sarmiento" car, a well known Studebaker and multiple Carrera Panamericana winner !
Not a newly build car but an original Studebaker chassis.
Fresh Chevy 5.7 liter engine, up-rated brakes, GRP front wings, new safety fuel tanks, etc..
This famous Studebaker meets the latest Carrera regulations and is in excellent condition.
The car resides in Mexico City and is ideal for Chihuahua Express and/or Carrera Panamericana !
If not sold, the car might be available for rental. Please enquire.More...
The attractive Lola T212 was the first of a long series of extremely successful 2-liter cars made by Lola in the 70’s. These were intended for the Group 6 catagory of racing which included hill climbs, sports car racing and endurance racing. The Lola T212 typically used an 1790 cc Ford Cosworth FVC engine which dominated the 2-litre sports car racing until 1971/1972.
This particular Scuderia Filipinetti Lola T212 is one of few with illustrious and in-period, class winning Targa Florio racing history (See the history section below). It is fully documented with continuous ownership and freshly race prepared by the current owner who has enjoyed (double national championship winner) and pampered the car during the last 10+ years.
The FVC engine has been rebuild by Racing Fabrications delivering 252 bhp and has zero hours. An extensive spares package including wheels, body moulds, spare nose section and a complete spare body comes with the car. A spare, new and zero hours Racing Fabrications FVC engine is available under separate negotiation. Current FIA HTP.
This best of breed and immaculate Lola T212 would be a welcome entry for the World Sportscar Masters, CER, Le Mans Classic, Martini Trophy, etc..More...