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  • RefCode: TA1162752
  • Make: AUDI
  • Model: QUATTRO
  • Derivative: Turbo 20v RR
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,990
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

UK-supplied, RHD, warranted 65,000 miles, full documented Audi main agent service recordSpecified new in Tornado Red, presenting in fabulous condition, rare to find in this orderOriginal condition, original book pack, large history folder from PDI inspection to recent main dealer serviceA rapid modern classic with razor-sharp styling, highly regarded by collectors and enthusiasts alikeThe Audi 'Quattro' presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1980 represented a quantum leap in the repositioning of the Audi brand with their mission statement 'Vorsprung durch Technik' having been applied literally. A new 20-valve engine was introduced in 1989 and with it, the Quattro became the last series production model to be given a controlled catalytic converter. After 11,452 Quattro cars had been built, production of the longest built Audi model ceased on 17 May 1991. First registered on 12 March 1990 and supplied new by Listers of Coventry, this 20v Audi Quattro today presents very well. Clearly, this carhas lived a pampered life with just under 65,000 miles showing of which only 15,000 have been covered in the last 19 years. Described as driving as well as it looks which is no surprise as this example is accompanied by a large history folder documenting its entire ownership and maintenance record from new. The original book pack is also supplied containing a fully, main agent-stamped service book which is also supported with paper invoices. Rarely do examples such as these come to market with a full Audi service record and unquestionable history, this would make a fine addition to any classic car collection. An icon from the golden era of International Rallying, these Audi Quattros will continue to be highly sought after and this example with sensible miles and documented history may turn out to be rather a smart purchase.

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  • RefCode: TA1163406
  • Make: FORD
  • Model: ESCORT
  • Derivative: 1600 Mexico
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,973
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

An original 1600 Mexico correctly finished in Monza Blue with white stripesA combination of the Type 49 body-shell, the 1600cc Kent 'crossflow', and the 2000E gearboxClearly restored to the highest standards. Fullengine rebuild in 2015 (invoice in file)Bought by our vendor in 2016 and offered from his private collectionA very fine example offered at a sensible guide.The Ford Escort Mexico was introduced in November 1970 and was so named because of Ford Motor Company's victory in the World Cup Rally. This rallystarted in London on 19th April 1970and finished some 16,000 miles later in Mexico. Originally Ford intended to use Escorts with the Twin Cam or BDA engine, but after some local reconnaissance, it was decided that high speeds and high power were less important than reliability and ease of servicing, and therefore the 'Kent' pushrod engine was used in the Escort shell.It seems likely that Ford already had plans to produce a high-performance Escort to fit in the range between the 1300GT and theTwin Cam/RS1600, but their victory in Mexico provided an ideal platform to launch such a model. The engineers at the newly formed A.V.O (Advanced Vehicles Operations) quickly developed the 'Mexico', marrying the Type 49 bodyshell as used in the Twin Cam and RS1600 with the 1600cc Kent 'crossflow' engine and 2000E gearbox. So, effectively,the Mexicowas basically a re-engined Twin Cam / RS1600.The Mexicobecame AVO's most successful and numerous of the 'Rally Sport Escorts,' and had a number of advantages on the road, in that it had good performance, was easy to maintain, relatively easy toinsure, and above all it was great to drive, something which is still very true today.Offered here is an original, UK-supplied 1600 Mexico correctly finished in Monza Blue with White stripes. Purchased by our vendor in 2016, it has remained in his private collection since but he is in the fortunate position of being able to shuffle his collection around every few years and has only used the little blue Fordoccasionally.The car has clearly been fully restored to a very high standard and within the car'shistory file is an invoice for a full engine rebuild dating from 2015. Also in the file is a communication from the DVLA detailing the car's nine former owners.The Mk1 Escort Mexico remains high on most enthusiast's 'WishList' and this is a very fine example offered at a sensible guide.

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  • RefCode: TA1162750
  • Make: MG
  • Model: A
  • Derivative: 1500 Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,957
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

Imported from California in the late nineties by MGA guru, Bob WestCompletely restored over six years. Professionally converted to RHDEngine lightened, balanced and converted for lead-free fuelOnly 2 owners and 6,000 miles since the restoration. MGGC 'Concours' winnerPaintwork, bodywork, engine bay and weather equipment remain in wonderful conditionMassive history folder full of receipts, photographs, and useful spares Conceived as a replacement for the traditional T-Series MGs, the MGA combined a rigid chassis with the Austin-designed, 1,489cc B-Series engine that had first appeared in the ZA Magnette. Initially, this engine produced 68bhp at 5,500rpm, although this was later raised to 72bhp at the same revs to further improve performance. Running gear was based on that of the TF, with independent front suspension and a live rear axle, but as far as its road manners were concerned, the far superior MGA was in an entirely different league. Clad in a stylish aerodynamic body and capable of topping95mph, the MGA proved an instant hit, selling 13,000 units in its first full year of production.In common with the majority of MGAs in 1957, the car offered here was off to sunny California from new and was to remain there until the early nineties when it was purchased by MGA guru Bob West and returned to sunny Yorkshire. He sold it to a close local friend who over the following six years, with some help and assistance from Bob, restored it to a very high standard.The car was completely dismantled and every part was either refurbished or replaced using many O.E (Original Equipment) parts. The engine was professionally restored and was lightened, balanced, and converted to run on lead-free fuel. The gearbox is a standard four-speed but the differential was upgraded to a 3.9/1 ratio for more comfortable high-speed cruising. Naturally, the carburettors, brakes, suspension and all the electrics were completely gone through and whilst everything was out, it was converted properly to right-hand driveusing OE BMC parts. It's finished in Orient Red with a Black leather interior piped in Red and the paintwork and the interior including the Hood, Side-Screens, and Tonneau cover remain in excellent order, clearly illustrating the quality of the twenty-years-old restoration.So all in all a great little MGA that has only covered just over six thousand miles since the restoration. It's been enjoyed by two owners in the last twenty years who, patently, have both cherished it. To quote Bob West The car drives beautifully and will not disappoint, its an ex MG Car Club Concours winner, the detailing is properly done with all the correct fasteners, and it's been maintained regardless of cost.It comes with a massive history folder full of receipts, and photographs of the restoration, and some useful spares, that include the OE parts to convert it back to left-hand drive if the new owner so wishes.Good looking, easy to maintain, and quintessentially British, MGAs offer real driving pleasure on the open roadand make great entries into local rallies and club events. This older restoration is gently patinated and nicely settled and with its slightly more powerful engine and raised axle ratio would make a classic cruiser, par excellence.

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  • RefCode: TA1163458
  • Make: HONDA
  • Model: NSX
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,992
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

UK-supplied and purchased from Maidenhead Honda in March 1992 Four owners and a warranted 39,000 miles from new Presented in Sebring Silver and patently cossetted all its life Full service history, Honda bookpack, and an extensive history file Every MOT present since 1995. Will be MOT'd prior to the auctionThe legendary Honda NSX (standing for New Sportscar Experimental) was developed by the Honda Motor Corporation between 1984 and its eventual launch in 1990, with major chassis and suspension input from three times F1 World Champion, Ayrton Senna. The NSX featured a state of the art 3.0-litre V6 'VTEC' engine (variable valve timing) and an all-aluminium monocoque body, encompassing a revolutionary extruded aluminium alloy frame and suspension. This made the car very light and extremely strong. Despite being developed during F1's turbo era, the NSX's 24-valve 3.0-litre V6 engine was normally aspirated. Equipped with the new VTEC variable valve timing system, the all-alloy unit produced 270bhpinitially, which was good enough for a top speed of 168mph and a 0-60mph time of less than six seconds. Those performance figures put the NSX on a par with Ferrari's 348 GTB, but in terms of comfort, ergonomics, driving dynamics, and build quality, the NSX was in a different league entirely. Sadly, this superiority was not translated into sales, and by the time production ceased in 2005 fewer than 20,000 NSXs had been sold.This lovely 1992 UK-supplied car is presented in Sebring Silver with a black leather interior has covered a documented 39,000 miles and is currently tucked away in storage where it has been for the last 3 years.Purchased from Maidenhead Honda in March 1992, its first owner kept it for 10 years before selling it in 2002 having covered just 8,000 miles. Coincidentally, the car's second owner also kept it for 10 years before selling it back to the son of the original keeper in 2012. Our vendor, who purchased the NSX in 2015 is, therefore, the 4th owner since new.There is a largeamount of detailed history with the car including its service records which indicate that it has regularly been presented to both main Honda agents and independent specialists over the years, although not always annually due to the low mileage. It's supplied with the original bespoke briefcase supplied by the original Honda dealership which is packed full of history, NSX memorabilia, every MOT since 1995, the original Bill of Sale from Maidenhead Honda for 56,380, the PDI document, and the Honda book pack.MOT history (date/mileage) documents included18.03.1995 5,39630.03.1996 7,26008.05.1997 7,45703.08.1998 7,96801.09.1999 8,11102.03.2001 8,18828.02.2002 8,35119.02.2003 14,44923.02.2004 19,37921.02.2005 23,71628.02.2006 26,12427.02.2007 27,97414.02.2008 29,63711.02.2009 31,53925.02.2010 33,20516.02.2011 35,40606.02.2012 36,56123.08.2013 38,29828.01.2015 38,51515.12.2015 38,71420.04.2017 38,933The car will have a fresh MOT prior to the sale.The NSX is a remarkable motor car and, patently cossettedall its life, this is an absolutely lovely example.

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  • RefCode: TA1163462
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB9
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,008
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

Supplied new by Stratstone Aston Martin, Cheshire in Toro Red with Obsidian black leather interior Just two owners have covered 10,000 miles with servicing carried out by Stratstone Aston MartinFew cars offer such style and power in an understated package and Toro Red is a very rare colourOffered to auction with full book packs in a condition commensurate with the low miles.Further information to follow shortly...

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  • RefCode: TA1162909
  • Make: TALBOT
  • Model: SUNBEAM
  • Derivative: Lotus S2
  • Category: Hatchback
  • Year: 1,983
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

Bought by our vendor in 1988 with just over 7,000 miles; lovingly owned and storedFully verifiable 7,998 miles; serviced regularly by a specialist (including belts); last serviced August 2018One of its only journeys was to the Lotus Factory - where it won 1st prize in a Club Team Lotus Concours event!A remarkable survivor and a car for the true collector - it will not disappointThe Talbot Sunbeam-Lotus was one of the most exciting hot-hatches to emerge from the 1970s. Chrysler commissioned Lotus to produce an effective entrant for international Group 4 rallying - to beat the dominant Ford Escort RSs at their own game. Lotus took a 1.6 GLS shell and installed a 2.2-litre (Type 911 and closely related to the Type 912 found in the S2 and S3 Esprits) version of their 16-valve four-cylinder engine and a 5-speed ZF gearbox. The new Sunbeam-Lotus certainly looked the part - initially offered only in Black and Silver, with Marchal spotlights and tailored 'double four-spoke' cast-alloy wheels. Launched in1979, the high-compression 2174cc twin-cam engine breathed through two twin-choke Dell'Orto carburettors, developed 150bhp (but was easily tuneable to well over 200bhp for rally use), and delivered excellent performance, being rear-wheel drive and weighing only 960kgs, giving a 0-60mph time of just 6.6 seconds. Lotus wasnt just an engine supplier, it was also involved in designing the suspension and exhaust system.As soon as it qualified for inclusion in international rally competition, the Sunbeam-Lotus proved extremely effective, finishing 1st, 3rd and 4th at the 1980 Lombard-RAC rally, Britain's round of the World Rally Championship. In 1981, the Sunbeam Lotus brought the entire manufacturer's championship to Talbot.For the Series 2 cars in 1981, a big T was placed in the middle of the grille, the engine was mildly tweaked, the fuel tank and headlights were enlarged, and the wing mirrors were changed.By 1982, Moonstone Blue was the only available colour. Only 1,184 right-hand-drive examples ofthe Sunbeam-Lotus were ever built approximately half the total number. However, today youd be lucky to find 80 of these special cars according to the owners club.The car presented here is a 1983 Talbot Sunbeam-Lotus (Series 2) and is a very special example indeed, being in remarkably original and unused as-it-left-the-factory condition, with just 7,998 (fully verifiable) miles covered. It is offered from a true enthusiast and has survived in an as new time-wrap state, still sitting on its original tyres.It was bought by our vendor in 1988, just 5 years after leaving the showroom, with just over 7,000 miles. This particular car wears an evocative 'DAC' registration number which is synonymous with the final few examples produced.These were to be sold by ASOC Honorary Member Leon Gibbs at his Arbury dealership and were registered from DAC 2Y to DAC 150Y.The car was delivered to its original owner, a Mr Brookes, on the 1st February 1983 and was regularly serviced three times at dealership C. & R. Birdof Herefordshire from 1984 to 1988 (at 5,000 miles). During this time, it was sold to a Mr Peart, whos wife disliked driving the car, so after just four months of ownership, it was sold to our vendor on the 14th August 1988. He wanted the best example he could buy and intended to keep it that way. Hence, he assured the car was professionally stored, driven rarely, and has never seen any rain. He had the car serviced on the 16th May 1989 at 7,328 miles by Lotus specialists DayTune of Cambridge, then again on the 24th May 1999 at 7,944 miles by Gerald Turner of GST Performance and then again by GST Performance at 7,995 miles on the 20th August 2018 (costing 1,800). On each occasion, our vendor insisted on a cam-belt replacement.He has only ever really used the car twice, firstly to go to Castle Combe for a Lotus Club meeting and secondly, in 1989, to attend a Club Team Lotus Concours Show at the Lotus Factory at Hethel, where Hazel Chapman presented our vendor with a glass decanter for the carwinning 1st in class the Concours label still adorns its windscreen!The car is as special as youd expect, being in the sort of condition which is wholly commensurate with the mileage and history, and still wearsits factory paint, even in the engine bay, plus a spare wheel & jack that have never been out! Unsurprisingly, this truly exceptional car comes with its original and complete book-pack and a comprehensive history file, including numerous invoices for servicing, which support the mileage. This is perhaps a unique opportunity to acquire certainly one of the best and most original Talbot Sunbeam Lotus you will ever find.

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  • RefCode: TA1163400
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: E-TYPE
  • Derivative: Series 3 V12
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

A UK-supplied, matching numbers, Series 3, +2 automatic in Jaguar Light BlueRecently emerged from 40 years in storage and now ripe for a full restorationThe fuel system and tank were cleaned, new spark plugs, oil and filter fittedNew starter motor fitted and the car started straight away with excellent oil pressureThe appropriate registration number 'VEE 12J' will remain with the carA lovely original Series 3that could be an outstanding example of the marque when finishedThe Series 3 V12 was the final version of the famous E-Type and was introduced in 1971 as a 2 plus 2 Coupe or Roadster variant. The car that Enzo Ferrari once claimed was the 'Most beautiful car in the world' finally ended production in 1974 and was eventually replaced by the Jaguar XJS.This particular car is a UK-supplied Series 3 V12 Coupe fitted with an automatic gearbox and has had just one owner from new. The rather appropriate registration number, VEE 12J, has been on the car from new and does indeed form part of thesale.This is a matching numbers car and still in its original colour scheme, as confirmed by the Heritage Certificate in the paperwork, and has very recently emerged from some 40 years in storage. The engine was found to turn over freely, so the fuel system and tank were cleaned, new spark plugs, oil and filter fitted, along with a new starter motor and - hey presto- she started straight away with excellent oil pressure. The brake system has been gone through, fresh fluid bled into the system, and all transmission fluids refreshed. The car drove superbly and today is a totally original example with no obvious welding anywhere, all original panels and floors, and good quality panel gaps throughout.This remarkable survivor is now ripe for a full restoration and will become an outstanding example of the marque when finished. A rare and very special opportunity with a realistic price guide.

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  • RefCode: TA1163434
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: SL-CLASS
  • Derivative: 60 AMG (R129)
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,995
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

This UK-supplied, SL60 AMG was undoubtedly the flagship of the R129 rangeFinished in the unusual SL60 colour of Imperial Red with Mushroom leather1 of 49 RHD cars and, at 14,000 miles, possibly the lowest mileage SL60 availablePart of a private collection since 2016 and remains in exceptional conditionLaunched in 1989, the R129-series continued the SL dynasty from Mercedes-Benz, a Sport Lightweight' family which began in 1954 with the legendary 300SL Roadster and Gullwing', and has survived into its 6th generation with the current R231-series.Traditionally the most sporting model of the MB line-up, the SL was the preserve of the rich and famous when new. From the hypnotic dance of the electric hood mechanism to the roll bar that automatically flipped up if the car sensed an accident, the SL oozed sophistication with all the latest technology such as adaptive suspension with active damping, airbags, traction control, air con and a superb new five-link rear suspension all as standard.TheMercedes-Benz SL60 was the short-number production AMG variant SL deemed, at the time, to be the flagship of the range. Its enormously powerful and ultra-smooth 6-litre V8 engine delivered ferocious performance which could be enjoyed from the luxury cabin for which Mercedes-Benz is renowned. This example is particularly special being, possibly, the lowest mileage SL60 on the market, and one of just 49 right-hand drive cars produced.Our car was delivered new to Sir Christopher Evans, OBE, the respected Welsh biotechnology entrepreneur who was sufficiently successful to be able to indulge himself in the finer things in life, one of which was his cossetted SL60. During his ownership from 1995 to just 3 years ago, his SL carried the registration CR 1S' and such is the condition of this car today, it was clearly lovingly cared for. It was purchased from our auction at Salon Prive in 2016 and has resided since then as part of a private collection.With just 14,000 miles recorded from new, the condition ofthis car is exceptional, appearing to be almost showroom fresh. It has been enjoyed by one owner after Sir Christopher and has been serviced three times during its warranted 14,000 miles. Offered in the unusual SL60 colour of Imperial Red with Mushroom leather interior, the car appears faultless as the pictures plainly evidence.Costing more than 105,000 when new and delivering close to 410 bhp with an (unlimited) top speed of more than 185mph, this is a remarkable piece of engineering excellence. To blend such incredible performance with predictable handling and a sumptuous, electronics-packed, leather-bound cabin is a feat that was only achieved by Mercedes-Benz in the nineties. Now revered as a bona fide future classic', the evidence of the appeal of the very 'best of breed', low-mileage cars is unmistakable, and accordingly, we believe this car represents serious value at today's guide price. A rare opportunity.Service History:24/07/2002 - 8,000 mile service at M-B Cheltenham @ 8,778miles25/09/2006 - 12,000 mile service M-B Cheltenham @ 10,384 miles01/11/2007 - 18,000 mile service M-B Cheltenham @ 10,697 miles30/04/2009 - 24,000 mile service M-B Cheltenham at 10,798 miles24/06/2015 - Recommission, service and bill of health by SL Shop, Redditch @ 11,257 milesMOTs:20/07/2006 @ 10,346 miles13/07/2007 @ 10,492 miles02/10/2008 @ 10,758 miles24/06/2015 @ 11,257 miles18/08/2016 @ 13447 miles30/04/2019 @ 13,458 miles

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  • RefCode: TA1163415
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: MARK 1
  • Derivative: 3.4
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,957
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

An early, UK-supplied, right-hand drive, 3.4 Mk1 manual with overdrive Owned by the first owner from 1957 until 1991. Impressive history Subject to restoration over 20 years ago, only a few thousand miles since Retains many rare period features such as Bray Heater, Redex Lubrocharger (upper cylinder lubricator), period radio, and tool kit A superb Mk1, honest and delightfully original. A rare find in this condition

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  • RefCode: TA1163448
  • Make: LOTUS
  • Model: CORTINA
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Auction: 27th/28th July 2019 - The Silverstone Classic Sale 2019

A 1965 1600 Twincam originally built to 90s ICS Historic Touring Car regulations Fully rebuilt by renowned historic preparations experts Barwell Motorsport in 2016. Only shake down mileage since Impressive specification and good spares package, including a spare rebuilt Twincam engine Eligible for a variety of events and offered at a very competitive guide priceThe Lotus Cortina came into being because of Ford's decision to step up their motorsport involvement in the early 1960s. Their Head of UK Public Relations, Walter Hayes spoke to Colin Chapman, asking him to come up with a competitive saloon, using the Cortina as a base, that could be produced in sufficient numbers to satisfy the mandatory 'Group 2' homologation requirements, and with which the Blue Oval could beat all comers. The solution was to take Ford's bullet-proof 1500 Kent engine, fit it with a twin overhead-camshaft cylinder head, pop it into a stiffened Cortina shell, sort out the suspension and brakes and paint a green stripe downthe side. The cars would be built by Lotus at its plant in Cheshunt and marketed through their Ford dealer network as the Consul Cortina developed by Lotus which was the correct title for the new car and a title that graced all the launch brochures. Once fully developed, the Lotus Cortinas (as they quickly became known) absolutely shone on track driven by household names including Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill, Jackie Ickx, Roger Clark and many, many more.On offer here is 1965 Ford Lotus Cortina 1600 Twincam that was built to the 1990s ICS Historic Touring Car Series regs (homologation number 5018). Presented in the iconic Red/Gold Alan Mann/Ford team colours this car was extensively rebuilt (excluding external repaint) by the top historic preparation experts, Barwell Motorsport, in 2016. A dyno and shake down is all thats been done since this extensive rebuild.The Specification is listed below: Chassis/Shell Seam-welded with modified suspension pickup points, repainted inside and enginebay Bodywork Lightweight fibreglass bonnet, boot and doors. Lightweight Perspex side windows, door windows and rear screen. Full FIA Roll cage Period Dash/Performance Dial Cluster Engine fully rebuilt, inc high-spec pistons, rods, crank, high lift cams, and ported. Dynod at 161 BHP.(see separate build sheet for details) Full dry-sump lubrication system with boot mounted oil tank. Fabricated race-spec exhaust manifold and system. Alloy, boot-mounted fuel tank Suspension Leda Front struts, Penske rear coil-overs. Brakes, twin adjustable AP master cylinders, vented front discs Rear axle 5-link, LSD, with rear discs and AP calipers Transmission Quaife 5- speed 'dog box' Clutch AP Twin plate Fire Extinguisher system - Lifeline OMP Head restraint. Composite Race Seat, OMP 6-Point Race Harness Minilite 15 plus 12x Minilite 13 sparesIncluded with the price of the car is a fully rebuilt, FIA Lotus Twincam engine (inc. carbs), Quaife gearbox, and 12 x 13 Minilite wheel rims. We are informed this particularcar is elgible for a variety of high quality events such as the CSCC Swinging Sixties Championship, Sprints, Hill climbs and 'Modified Saloons'.Offered at a very sensible guide price, considering whats included in this package, this is a fantastic opportunity to join well supported grids at an approachable cost.

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