A relative latecomer to the Group B era, Ford’s flagship the RS200 made its competitive WRC debut at the Swedish Rally in 1986. The Quattro put paid to their plans to run the RS1700T thus a new 4WD design was sought. Engineered by Brit John Wheeler, the RS200 featured an extremely rigid and safe aluminium monocoque chassis, Ferguson 4WD system, d...
AUDI UR QUATTRO TURBO THIS IS THE FIRST EVER RIGHT HAND DRIVE Quattro UR MADE ON THE AUDI PRODUCTION LINE.
Yes this is true, here we have the first one ever built in the right hand drive model.
Fully restored this Would be worth in the region of over 200k
Unfortunately I do not have the time to do this with many other commitments. ...
1975 Ford Escort 2.0 BDG Group 4 rally car with great documented race history.
This car has recently been rebuilt without any expense spared and has a new FIA passport.
• New dyno tested engine.
• Rebuilt ZF gearbox.
• Group 4 Atlas with new axles and lsd
• Rebuilt Öhlins Coilovers
• A-P brakes
• PIAA extra lights
The list goes on and ...
The King of the hot hatches? Volkswagen may have started the GTI craze in 1976, but many still consider the Peugeot 205 GTI as the greatest of them all. The 205 was launched in 1983, a brilliant rival to its contemporaries with its ‘wheel at each corner' design and flyweight mass. No wonder it won What Cars ‘Car of the Year' in 1984 and was dec...
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The Lotus 23 was designed by Colin Chapman as small-displacement sports racing car and although nominally a two-seater, it was purpose-built for FIA Group 4 racing in 1962-1963. Unlike its predecessors the Lotus 15 and 17, the engine was mounted amidship behind the driver in a similar configuration to the Lotus 19. A very attractive little...
Disappointingly slow sales of the distinctively shaped Ford Sierra after its introduction in 1982, suggested that a serious marketing boost was required, and it was the obvious choice to become the platform for Ford's new competition aspirations. It was rear-wheel drive, had good aerodynamics, albeit being prone to lift at high speeds and it was...
In 1980, seven years after winning the World Rally Championship, Renault introduced the new R5 Turbo as a pure homologation special to enable them to compete in Group 3 and 4 racing and international rally competition. The R5 was based on the production Renault 5 Alpine hatchback, but to meet the demands of its intended mission, Renault engineers...
We all know about the iconic Mini introduced so successfully back in 1959. However, specialist knowledge on the rarer Cooper and Cooper 'S' performance derivatives is harder to come by. One of the rarest of all time is the 970 S derivative of the Cooper S of which less than a thousand were ever produced. So, today, an original car with matching...
The Ford Escort, in the hands of the Works Rally team, was practically unbeatable in the late sixties and seventies. Perhaps their most notable early success was winning the 1970 London to Mexico World Cup Rally driven by Hannu Mikkola and Gunnar Palm. Third, in a similar 1850cc Escort, was Rauno Aaltonen and Henry Liddon backed up by Timo Makinen...
This stunning Elan Sprint has benefitted from an extensive restoration in recent years, including:
Lotus chassis shotblasted and powder coated
Body stripped and repainted Carnival red
Original dashboard re-polished
New brake pipes
New shock absorbers
In addition the Elan...
Ford Escort MK 2 1300 L Automatic 1975 in really good condition.
Perfect for restoring or as a rally car project.
The car is located in Sweden but can be shipped to anywhere in Europe.
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