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McLaren M1B
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1966 McLaren M1B. Previously raced at Goodwood and complete with valid HTP papers. The car is complete with a zero mile engine and gearbox which have completed a shakedown at Paul ricard, the car comes with 2 additional sets of wheels and some running spares. This McLaren M1B is eligible to race in CER, Masters and both Goodwoods Members and...

£250,000 GBP

FORD GT40 - CHASSIS 1079 1968
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GT40 P/1079 was delivered new by Ford Advanced Vehicles (FAV) to Mr Jean Blaton of Brussels, Belgium. Arriving in full factory lightweight racing spec, 1079 was equipped with a race specification engine, race clutch, lightweight flywheel, lightweight roof structure, carbon filament reinforced lightweight body panels, aluminium ducted spare wheel...


Porsche 962 Trust Racing
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Built in 1988 by the Trust Racing Team in Japan for the All-Japan Sports Prototype Championship (JSPC), using the ultra-stiff and ultra-fast Richard Lloyd Racing (RLR) tub, as penned by Nigel Stroud. With RLR's engineering genius, and development in Japan, the car would tackle both JSPC and the Japanese rounds of the World Sports Car...


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1986 SPICE SE86C COSWORTH SPICE SE86C COSWORTH - LE MANS WINNER - TWO-TIME WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER SPICE ENGINEERING WORKS CAR - 1987 LE MANS WINNER - 1986/'87 WORLD SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER. With the single exception of the Porsche 956/962, Spice Engineering was the premier constructor of competitive Group C and IMSA sportscars and...


Lola T530 chassis #HU2
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The Lola T530 was Lola’s dedicated ground-effect single-seater Can-Am car which dominated the series in 1980 winning all but 2 of the nine races in that year’s championship. One of the largest racing cars ever built, the T530 was used by nearly all the major teams in 1980. HU2 was originally built by Lola in March 1980 and sold new to Carl H...

£50,000 GBP

TOJ Formula Two TOJ SC204 1276
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The ex Jorg Obermoser Racing Toj SC204 2 Litre sportscar that was used by team Eurorace Warsteiner / Jorg Obermoser in 1976. Fitted with Heidiger 2L BMW M12 engine on Kugelfisher injection, with 5 speed Hewland FG400 gearbox, this car is fully restored and ready to race with new FIA HTP papers. Complete with lightweight new body, centre look BBS...


 Nissan R90C-07
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The last Nissan built of the R89/90 Group C cars with a Lola designed and built chassis. This car was built up in December 1990 by Nova Engineering in Japan to R90CK specification - the ultimate iteration of the design. The car raced in the Japanese Sportscar Series in 1991 with From A sponsorship giving its distinctive colour scheme. The car...


Lola T70 MK3B
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Lola T70 Mk3B Coupe One of the most succesful Lola T70 Mk3Bs built, the Ex Sid Taylor Racing Lola T70, driven by a host of highly regarded drivers including Brian Redman, Frank Gardner, Trevor Taylor and Peter Revson. Redman drove the car to 2nd place on its debut at the 1969 Silverstone International Trophy race and won the Embassy Trophy race...


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SL70/3 was the first actual T70 to be completed and was finished just in time to make its public debut at the end of January 1965, at the London Racing Car Show held at the Olympia Exhibitions Halls. Painted dark blue with a white centre stripe, the car was the star of the show. After the show, the car was sold and invoiced to John Mecom on the...

£350,000 GBP

Lola T70 Spyder MK1
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William I'Anson Ltd are proud to present for sale the Ex - Walt Hansgen, John Mecom Racing, Zerex Special 1965 Lola T70 Spyder Mk1. Supplied new to John Mecom Racing in 1965 and built essentially as a development car with shorter wheelbase, anti-dive rear suspension and Mecom designed one piece long nose. Winner on its debut with Walt Hansgen...

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