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1964 Lotus 23 Replica

1964 LOTUS 23 REPLICA TRACK CAR WITH MANY NEW COMPONENTS, BUILT TO HIGHEST STANDARDS. BMW POWER, 2 LITRE, TWIN WEBERS, WILWOOD BRAKES WITH VENTED ROTORS, NEW HEWLAND MK 9 FIVE SPEED. NO MILES SINCE REBUILD. GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A FAST WELL SORTED TRACK CAR. $80K AUTOMOTIVE RESTORATIONS CALL: 203-377-6745 EXT:37

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1958 Scarab

Originally conceived in 1957 by Lance Reventlow, founder of Reventlow Automobiles, Inc.,

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1958 Lotus Seven Series 1

Lotus Sevens are probably more fun per mile to drive than virtually any other car. With a typical total weight of around 1200 pounds and a light four cylinder engine, these cars are fast in a straight line and have go-kart like handling. Their light weight coupled with powerful brakes makes them hard to beat on the track. There is a choice of engines which can provide up to 130 HP giving a 0-60 mph time of around five seconds and a top speed of around 100 mph depending on axle ratio.

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1962 Ginetta G4

1962 Ginetta G4, designed and built for the club racer. The Ginetta G4 routinely out performs race cars of much greater power. Powered by a 1.3 litre Ford engine built by MWE Engineering, dry sump, 4:22 rear, Quafe 4-speed, Bremo racing discs, 5 ½ gal fuel cell, fully automatic fire extinguisher system, new 5 way harness, extensive list of spares including a disassembled engine. $60,000. Automotive Restorations, Inc. 203-377-6745 Ext. 37

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1962 Lotus Super 7

Lotus Sevens are probably more fun per mile to drive than virtually any other car. With a typical total weight of 1200 pounds and a light four cylinder engine, these cars are fast in a straight line and have go-kart like handling. Their light weight coupled with powerful brakes makes them hard to beat on the track. There was a choice of engines, providing up to 130 HP resulting in a 0-60 mph time of around five seconds and a top speed of 100 mph, depending on axle ratio. This car is fitted with the 116 engine with a 5 main bearing crankshaft. Price $39.5K

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1965 Triumph Spitfire

SVRA Group 3 Harvey Thompson 1300 cc engine with one SRVA event, Carrillo rods, Moldex crank, Twin Webbers (40 DCOE), GT6 front brakes, Kingston Motorsport 4-speed gear box, Spax shocks, Mallory Unilite, Halon fire system, Summers Brothers billet steel rear axel, Fuel Safe cell, Full roll bar. Spare engine and wheels can be made available.

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1967 Triumph Spitfire

One of the original VRS Spitfire Racing team cars. All steel race ready. Vintage Racing Services 1300 cc engine. Kingston Sports Trans. All we’ve learned through years with Spitfires artfully applied. Competitive, SVRA legal package with spares.

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1972 Chevron B21

Highly sought after for vintage racing, this Chevron B21, chassis number 17, has been well campaigned and maintained throughout its life. See more at British Racecar website.

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