Lotus Twin Cam engine, 158 BHP, (see dyno sheet),
Alternator Conversion and Aldon electronic distributor, (original Dynamo and dizzy with car).
Standard 2000E gearbox, (new Quaife 4 speed gear kit with car), LSD.
Leda dampers, 2 1/4" springs, spherical top mounts.
Hi-Spec 4 pot calipers
New Yoko A048 tyres
Safety Devices cage...
1997 BMW 320 Supertouring Car, Designed by McLaren Cars.
Run by Cibiemme in the Italian Series.
2000cc S42 Engine, 300bhp, 6 speed Hollinger Gearbox, Penske Dampers, Carbon prop-shaft, AP brakes (2 Calipers per wheel front)
Complete with small spares package.
Large spares package by separate negotiaton.
Launched on the home market in 1976, the SD1 (code for Specialist Division Number 1) was British Leyland's replacement for both the Triumph 2000/2500 and Rover P6, and was largely the creative responsibility of the duo that had already conceived the Range Rover - David Bache (design) and Spen King (engineering). The new Rover was initially only...
To Be Auctioned
From its inception, the Ford Cortina Lotus was designed as a quick modern road car, however, its 'raison d'etre' was undoubtedly Motorsport. It appeared in its first race a mere nine months after its introduction in January 1963 and only a few weeks after becoming generally available, announcing its arrival by taking 3rd and 4th place at the...
Announced at the London Motor Show of 1955, the Sunbeam Rapier was the first of a new range of Rootes cars that was soon to include the Hillman Minx and Singer Gazelle. A complete departure from the Sunbeam MKIII it replaced, it was a modern-looking two-door, four-seat Coupé. Standard equipment included leather trim and overdrive and the cars were ...
There was a time, between 1999 and 2004, that this particular car was the most dominant and successful Lotus Cortina racing in the UK. Known affectionately as "LUV 12", because the car always ran with the plates LUV 12, (although never registered as such) it won many races in both the HSCC Series and FIA races abroad.
It was part of a two car...
The legendary RS 2600 Ford Capri was an "homologation special" built to make the Capri competitive in the European Touring Car Championship of the early 1970s. It featured modified suspension, a close ratio gearbox, lightened body panels, vented disc brakes and alloy wheels and was built in very limited numbers.
Performance figures for the...
Arguably one of the most successful competition cars ever, the MK1 Escort is an eternally familiar sight in competition livery. Often seen sideways on rally stages it was also an extremely capable race car in Group 2 form and in today’s historic racing scene they are a force to be reckoned with. Their sublime handling and power to weight ratio m...
Chassis number BB49KT79413 was built in April 1970 and subsequently had a distinguished motorsport career in South Africa. Converted for race use by Lambert, Harry and Roelof Fekken, it was campaigned throughout the 70s and competed in the Springbok series. The car was then little used until being completely rebuilt by Harp Motorsport in 2008, who...
The real deal, a genuine Factory Works Eggenberger Texaco Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 Group A race car
Exceptionally rare. An appreciating investment and in its original race specification. One of just 3 factory Eggenberger Texaco Sierras known to exist in the world today. Its provonance is un-questionable along with its outstanding race winning...