This pristine 1964 Lotus Elan was fully rebuild and prepared for the 2012 race season when the current owner (who has the car since 2001) got ill and could not race his beloved Elan as planned. As such, the car is completely fresh and absolutely ready-to-go!
It is in correct FIA App. K period F specification and carries a Lotus cars certificate together with FIA HTP. The engine (1st block bore) only has two testing hours. TTR ultra-light bodyshell with TTR 26R chassis re-inforcements, all new hubs, suspension, etc..
This car, which is also street registered, has many victories in the Italian championship and comes with an extensive spares package including several extra sets of wheels, spare differential and various suspension and transmission parts.
This is an extremely well prepared Lotus Elan 26R spec which can be enjoyed immediately in most if not all historic race and rally events such as Masters, Tour Auto, Cento ore Modena, ADAC, etc..It resides in Bologna, Italy where it eagerly awaits an inspection by the prospective buyer (inspection subject to appointment).More...
This Lola T70 Mk3 was born as a Mk3 spyder and has excellent US race history (see History below) and continuous ownership. Restored with interchangeable spyder and coupe body (change takes 1 day). Being able to race the car as both a spyder or a coupe provides quite different racing experiences ! The car has a state-of-the-art Marcowici-Wenz built Chevy 5.7 liter dry-sump engine mated to a freshly rebuilt Hewland LG-600 gearbox. KONI adjustable shocks, dual fuel tanks, etc.. SL73/114 is totally race-ready and well proven as it raced successfully in 2011 and 2012. Its last outing was in the 2012 CER round at Imola and the 2012 LeMans Classic where it did not miss a beat ! In addition to being race-ready, this mighty and gorgeous T70 comes with its spyder body with mounting frame and instructions, a very extensive spares package, history paperwork, lots of in-period pictures and its current FIA HTP.More...
We are pleased to offer a genuine 1970 Works Autodelta Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3 with chassis number #AR75080.019.
The early 1970’s remains, to many, the greatest period in the history of sports car racing. The legendary teams of Ferrari, Mirage, Porsche, Alfa Romeo and Matra battled it out in the most evocative sports and prototype cars ever built. Their speed, sound and aggressive design created the most exciting racing the world has ever seen.
Our featured T33/3 #019 was built by Autodelta in the summer of 1970. It has continuous ownership and comes with an extensive history file. Driven by well known works drivers such as Andrea De Adamich, Henri Pescarolo and Gijs Van Lennep, #019 finished 2nd overall in the 1970 Österreichring and also achieved a 2nd overall podium finish at the 1971 Targa Florio. More recently it won the inaugural LeMans Classic in 2002.
The car has been meticulously prepared with the suspension crack tested an new fuel cells installed. #019 carries a freshly rebuild engine and gearbox and has been used sparingly since its last race appearance being at the 2010 Philip Island Classic in Australia. The current owner, who bought the car in 2010, has since instructed a full mechanical refresh such that #019 is once again in race-ready condition.
This gorgeous Tipo 33/3 comes with FIA HTP papers and with a spare set of wheels and a spare body (the original body is on the car).
Eligible for all historic events on the planet including CER, Masters and LeMans Classic, this is an extremely rare opportunity to buy a blue chip investment grade sports car that can also provide the thrill of top level competition from an heroic era.More...
HU-104 is one of the last built examples of the very successful Lola T298 series. This ex-LeMans 24hr T298 is now back in its Primagaz livery as raced at LeMans in 1981 and looks magnificent. In 2010, the car was completely restored by French specialist Y. Mahé for the current owner who participated in CER during 2011. The BMW M12/7 engine is freshly rebuild (by Cerent Gmbh) producing an astonishing 352 bhp and has 0 km since. With an equally fresh gearbox and current FIA HTP papers, this Lola T298 is absolutely ready to race. and comes with various wheel sets, spare bodywork and miscellaneous spare parts.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the few Lola T298 with period LeMans history and in perfect condition which makes it a highly sought after and front running entry in today’s 2 litre prototype historic races such as CER, Masters, HSCC, etc..
The car currently resides in Delbrück, Germany where an inspection can be arranged subject to prior appointment.More...
One of only fifteen 1977-1978 factory twin-turbo 935's with only 4 owners from new.
Born as an Interscope 935, this "Swap Shop" 935 received its K3 body in 1980 which is still on the car today! It has excellent US race history with multiple Daytona 24hrs and Sebring 12 hrs participations. "0021" was driven by Danny Ongais, Preston Henn, Al Holbert, The Whittington brothers, John Paul Sr and John Paul Jr.with multiple top 5 finishes among which a 2nd OA in the 1980 Daytona 24 hrs. This stunning 935 has no stories, is well documented and as described in Jurgen Barth's Porsche 934/935 book.
During 2013, the car has undergone a complete cosmetic and mechanical overhaul at marque specialist Roitmayer which has recently been finished. Everything has been done (paint, livery, rebuild air-cooled engine, rebuild upside down gearbox, new turbo's, rebuild suspension, new oil and fuel lines, electricity, etc.). A full restoration file is available.
As such, this latest spec 935 will be sold as it ran in its 1980 K3 Swap Shop livery and in total race-ready condition with nothing further to spend. It has current FIA HTP papers and comes with various spare wheels sets.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a factory build 935 with outstanding provenance, very few owners from new and in fresh condition ready to be enjoyed by its new owner at any historic event around the world.More...
This wonderful car is one of only 34 group 3 Pantera's made and has excellent Belgian & French in-period race history (see the History section below). After the current owner bought #5006 from USA in 2005, a complete cosmetic and mechanical restoration was done by its former racing driver Bernard De Dryver.
Repainted in its original Bang & Olufsen livery and offered with a full and lengthy report prepared by respected Pantera historian and Le Mans racer Claude Dubois, this historic Group 3 Pantera is currently in perfect condition and comes with FIA papers ready to resume its competition career with a lucky new owner. This car goes very well and is eligible for all top historic events including LeMans Classic and Tour Auto where it will be welcomed as a rare and beautiful classic GT. Arguably the best Pantera Gr3 !More...
We are proud to offer this rare and beautiful Cheetah G601 - chassis 1 - for sale. This late seventies group 6 prototype car (one of two built) has been completely restored in the UK by the prior owner and is sold in full race-ready condition. It has a low mileage 2.0 liter Cosworth BDG and a current fuel cell, fire extinguisher system and crack testing report.
The car is well documented and even has its original car passport (see attachment below). It also has its current FIA HTP and comes with an extensive spares package which consists of multiple sets of wheels, new bodywork and even includes the bodywork moulds !
Being one of only two Cheetah G601 made, 601/1 has a distinctive racing career which includes 3 participations to the Le Mans 24hrs. As such, it would be a rare and welcome entry for the Le Mans Classic 2014 event and participant to historic race series such as CER and Masters.
The car resides in Belgium where it can be inspected subject to appointment.More...