1972 Ford Capri RS 2600 Group 2 Prolifically campaigned and developed from 1972 through 1978 by “Il Ragno” competing in both the European and Italian Touring Car Championships. Specification: ENGINE: materials: engine block: cast iron – engine head: aluminium – sump: aluminium cylinder liners: cast iron capacity: 2.995 cc. bore: 69 mm. stroke: 96 mm. compression ratio: 12:1 power/rpm: 300 HP at 7.000 rpm torque/rpm: 45 kgm at 6.000 rpm exhaust: steel manifold, 3.1 + 3.1 fuel supply: mechanical injection Kugherfischer, horizontal guillotine ignition: mono ignition coil lubrication system: pressure wet sump TRANSMISSION: clutch: syntered dry double disc gearbox: manual, five speed + Rev., ZF differential: Colotti limited slip diff. (80%) – diff ratio: 9:41 – 8:41 – 10:41 – 10:43 wheels / tyres: front 15”x 10J” / rear 15” x 12J”, Slick BODY: bodywork / doors: unitized body (re-welded & reinforced), with 6 point bolted roll bar application / two doors, Coupé front suspensions: independent wishbones, Mc Pherson, with anti-roll bar springs: helical springs dampers: telescopics, extension and compression adjustable, Koni Racing back suspensions: longitudinal arms / anti-roll bars springs:
1963 Jaguar E Type Semi Lightweight FIA Competition. Legends are pleased to offer the following highly competitive FIA Jaguar Semi Lightweight E Type Roadster for sale. Built and prepared by the respected and experienced team of M & C Wilkinson in 2005 and continuously developed since. XAS 885 has enjoyed much success over the subsequent years consistently competing at the front of the pack in an always hotly contested racing environment. Competitive life: XAS 885 was raced successfully by Stephen Radcliffe and Dianne Osborne for many years, then later driven by Desiree Wilson at the Jaguar E-Type Challenge 50th anniversary meeting at the Silverstone Classic 2011. Continuously developed over recent years, and regularly raced by Conor O’Brien, Matt Nicoll-Jones and John Bussell in the Masters Gentlemen Drivers, the HSSC Jaguar Heritage Race Series, the Silverstone Classic, the HRDC All Stars and in the BSGTSCC race at Spa. More recent XAS 885 was upgraded to “Battle of Britain Trophy” winning specification at the Silverstone Classic in 2015, driven by Matt Nicoll-Jones to first place. During 2017 the current owner racked up additional impressive results qualifying 2nd for the Legend
One of 8 cars built and what has to be the most successful G16 campaigned today. Supplied in 1968 to Worcester Racing Association and driven in period by John Burton throughout 1968 including the 1000 Kilometers of Brands Hatch. Chassis G16/003 is a well known contender in the HSCC Guards Trophy with an enviable track record of out right wins and reliability. Fitted with a Lester Owen BMW 2.0 M10 engine mated to a Hewland FG400 transaxle the car is absolutely ready to go. © Copyright 2013 Legends Automotive.
2004 Ferrari 360 Spider F1 LHD Italian delivered 1 owner car now located in the UK. Immaculate condition having covered 25000 miles / 40,000 Kilometres. Delivered by Ineco Auto S.p.A of Verona on 08/01/2004 with Full Ferrari service history listed below. Full books and tool set. Specification. Color: Rosso Corsa Interior: Tan hide F1 Gearbox Navi / Audio system Aircon Electric seats Black callipers OEM Bridgestone Potenza tyres Ferrari 360 Spider car cover. CTek battery charger History: Full Ferrari http://www.ramferrariservice.com/en/ Ram S.p.A 09/22/2004 @ 9650 KM Ram S.p.A 22/06/2006 @ 21286 KM Ram S.p.A 07/03/2008 @ 28980 Ram S.p.A 18/06/2010 @ 36666 KM Ram S.p.A 29/04/2014 @ 39117 KM Ram S.p.A 10/02/2015 @ 39966 KM Last cam Belt change Ram S.p.A 39966 KM. An opportunity to acquire a low milege one owner pristine 360 Spider with full Ferrari service history. £75000. © Copyright 2013 Legends Automotive.
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Ferrari Dino 206SP Presenting the finest 206SP Dino replica with prominent racing history. Constructed to the absolute highest and most exacting standards by Bob Wilson and completed in 2001. Specification: 4 valve Dino single plug dry sump engine developing 250 hp @ 8000 rpm. Exceptional Shape Craft aluminium body. The 5 speed transaxle, uprights, Girling brakes, steering rack and pinion, instruments, lights, Koni suspension and 13 inch magnesium wheels are all original 206 SP Dino components. Provenance: 2001 Testing and development, Willie Green and David Piper 2001 Rockingham Historic Meeting: David Piper. 2001: Goodwood Revival, Whitsun Trophy, David Piper. 2001: Historic GP Chimay, Brynn Williams. 2002: Goodwood Revival: M. Berberich – Martini. 2003: Ollon Villars Historic Hill Climb: Brynn Williams 2004: International Historics, Killarny SA, David Piper. 2004 Aintree Historic Festival, B Williams. 2005 International Historics, Zwartzkopf SA, David Piper. 2005: International Historic, Philip Island AUS. Nick Adams. 2005: Vernasca Silver Flag, Italy. B Williams. 2006: Historic GP, Tunis. M. McGlone and demonstration by Nino Vaccarella. 2007: Masters Series, Brands Hatch. Nick
Presenting a superb UK Maranello Concessionaires delivered RHD Testarossa finished in giallo fly yellow with black hide. Handed to the first owner by Nigel Mansell Sports Cars Ltd. on the 10th of August 1991 and has had 4 subsequent owners since which includes Mr. Dario Franchitti. The car stands today in impressive condition both mechanically and cosmetically having covered a life total of 29800 miles. The service history is complete and documented. Most recent work performed by Keys Motorsport at Silverstone which included a gearbox inspection and rebuild as well as a major service with all belts and fluids etc. Dynamically the car performs perfectly, the only upgrade being a full stainless sports exhaust system amplifying the flat 12 sound to good effect. An opportunity to acquire a UK supplied RHD Testarossa in a stunning colour combination in absolute excellent condition complete with all tools, books and supporting documents. © Copyright 2013 Legends Automotive.
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On offer is this iconic Factory Renault RE60 Grand Prix car campaigned in 1985 driven by Patrick Tambay. Chassis RE60/04 Bernard Dudot (Dir. Technique) Jean-Marc d'Adda (Design) Jean-Claude Migeot (Aérodynamique) Period results 1985: Brazil: Qualified 11th finished 5th. Portugal: Qualified 12th Finished 3rd. San Marino: Qualified 10th Finished 3rd. Monaco: Qualified 17th Finished DNF. The car stands today in superb original condition. The 1.5 ltre EF 4B V6 Turbo is installed in the car but is missing some internal componants. The engine will need to be built up. Please contact for further info. An opportunity to acquire a full Works Formula One Renault from the orginal Turbo era. © Copyright 2013 Legends Automotive.
On offer is this highly competitive GT40 Mk 2 continuation built to the highest standards in 2009. Based on a Superformance tub that has been reinforced. Suspension, brakes and uprights are all original specification and FIA approved. The 427 big block was built by and refreshed in 2011 by Euroamerican Engineering rated at 560 HP. The dry sump system holds 14 kilos of oil and the petrol tanks hold a total of 112 litres. The transaxle is freshly rebuilt and is oil cooled. The car has been successfully campaigned in the Historic Italian Championships at tracks including Monza, Imola, Varona, Magione, Vallelunga etc. Accolades include a win at the 300 Kilometers of Vallelunga driven by the great Mario Casoni and Alex Spagna. An opportunity to acquire a highly developed and race winning GT40 Mk 2 that is eligible for many desirable GT and endurance events. Documents include current log book, FIA HTP and Italian road registration. In absolute stunning condition! © Copyright 2013 Legends Automotive.
The success of the early post war 4.5 litre Talbot Lago T26c “Monoplace” Grand Prix cars was partly due to their simplicity, reliability and low fuel consumption. Consequently they lent to being modified and developed into a sports racing car. The opposition during those early days came from Ferrari with the 166 that won Le Mans in 1950. Jaguar with the new “C” type, Allard with the J2x, and Aston Martin. Anthony Lago felt that there was real possibility to compete in endurance races such as the Le Mans 24 Hour race and win with a sports car based on the T26C. Rosier, in 1950 with minimal chassis modifications which included slightly displacing the engine gearbox left of centre and the steering column moved to the right gave the car the perfect proportions to make into a two seat sports car. The first cars were open wheel with cycle wings, fully equipped with lights and road equipment. The advantage being that by removing the wings and lights the car could still be used as a Grand Prix car ! Unique in the post war period with a big engined car. In sports car racing of the early 50’s the Talbot - Lago T 26 GS sports cars excelled ! The famous drives that go down in history were at L
The DB2 debuted at the New York Auto Show in April 1950 and continued in production until April 1953, by which time 411 had been made. The first 49 had a chrome-framed front grille in three separate parts, and large rectangular cooling vents in the front wings. Subsequent cars had a one-piece grille with horizontal chrome slats, and no side vents. The single-piece bonnet was hinged at the front. At the rear of the fixed-head coupé (FHC) a small top-hinged lid gave access to the spare wheel, and luggage space was behind the front seats, accessible only from inside the car. Later in 1950, a Drophead Coupé (DHC) variant was introduced. At least 102 were built. In April 1950, an engine with larger carburettors, inlet camshaft the same as the exhaust (for increased duration), and higher compression ratio pistons (8.16:1) was made available. Aston Martin's first Vantage upgrade option offered 125 hp (93 kW). Initially the higher compression ratio made the engine unsuitable for the British market, as the postwar austerity measures of the early 1950s restricted UK vehicles to 72 octane "Pool petrol".  The first DB2 Vantage, LML 50/21, was delivered to, and raced by, Briggs Cunningham
Originally imported into the United States by Brian Redman in 1983. Fresh BDG, newly re skinned, refurbished bulkheads, shocks rebuilt by Koni, new ignition, fuel pumps and all suspension arms are new. The original AM number is stamped on the cross beam that is with the car. Offered with current FIA HTP. Chassis SL212/18 is a proven race winner with wins at Sebring and podiums at Monterey. The car stands today in pristine condition and is ready to compete without excuse. © Copyright 2013 Legends Automotive.
MARCH 773 - Toyota Novamotor Chassis number: 773-09 FIA HTP This is the real chassis with which Michele Alboreto made his debut in the Italian F3 Championship at the end of 1978 at Magione circuit which is well documented. The car has been rebuild professionally , and comes complete with many spares (spare nose, 12 rims, various suspension components etc.) The Toyota Novamotor has been mantained at the highest level by Gaetano of Ellegi Motori who are responsible for building many winning engines for the historic F3 series and has covered only 1000 km from the last rebuild. History MARCH 773 - TOYOTA NOVAMOTOR / Chassis nr. : 773-09 1977: Car imported in Italy by Paolo Pavanello ( March agent for Italy ) Car bought by: Scuderia Derby Corse - Milano - EUROPEAN F.3 Championship - Driver : Marcello Rosei - ITALIAN F.3 Championship - Driver: Marcello Rosei - G.P. MONACO F.3 - Driver: Marcello Rosei 1978 : - ITALIAN F.3 Championship - Driver: Marcello Rosei ITALIAN F.3 Championship - Driver: Michele Alboreto ( 4th placed - Magione 1978 ) 1979: - ITALIAN F.3 Championship - Driver: Marcello Rosei 1980: - Car bought by the driver Asteldo Crepaldi - ITALIAN F.3 Championship - Driver: Asteld
Offering the ex Team Surtees chassis SL71/48 Lola T70 Mk2 for sale. This is the last T70 Mk2 built. This car won the Bruce McLaren Trophy as well as holding the lap record at this years Goodwood Members Meeting. Interesting exchanges welcome. SL71/48 was built in early 1966 by Lola Cars for Team Surtees and was displayed at the London Racing Car Show between the 19th and 29th January. Painted plain red, the car made its race debut at Snetterton for the Archie Scott-Brown Trophy in April ’66. Driven by Graham Hill. At Silverstone for International Trophy in May, David Hobbs drove but retired early in the wet and damp conditions. At Mallory Park for the Grovewood Trophy, Hobbs got the better of Denny Hulme in Sid Taylor’s T70 and looked like taking the win until a rear tyre deflated and Hobbs limped into the pits to retire. At a soaking wet Silverstone for the Martini Trophy, Hobbs started in pole position and took the lead and led Denny Hulme until the oil pressure suddenly dropped. Hobbs pitted for more oil and rejoined to finish third. During the pit stop it was discovered the leak had covered the rear tyres and brakes in oil. The last time the car was raced by Team Surtees was at
1965 Jaguar E Type 4.2 OTS Legends are pleased to offer a top flight, concourse winning Series 1 4.2 OTS E Type for sale. Commissioned by the current owner in 2004, the mission objective being to restore the car to a new and technically correct specification. The project was carried out by the talented team of Southern Classics, the process was fully documented and photographed with all receipts filed. According to the Jaguar Heritage Certificate the car was first delivered to Dr. Robert Melanson of Massachusetts USA in October 1965, the car was repatriated to the UK from Georgia in 2003. This is a matching numbers car, the RHD conversion taking place during the restoration process. Finished in Opalescent Blue with Dark Blue hide and convertible top. Dynamically the car is properly sorted and compliant translating to a confident and exhilarating driving experience. Upgraded Cooper Craft brakes are one of the few deviations from period spec, the engine was built by Rob Beere Racing which offers both performance and flexibility. Having covered a maintained 2500 miles since completion the car stands today in resplendent condition with a winning Brooklands Concourse trophy confirming t
March 78B Formula Atlantic Meticulously restored and developed for 4 times Motorcycle Grand Prix World Champion Eddie Lawson to compete in historic events culminating in a win at Laguna Seca. All works carried out by respected race engineers Classic Competition of San Marcos California. It is important to stress that this car has been restored and developed to a level demanded by and worthy of a multiple World Champion. History. Chassis 78/B4 was campaigned during the entire 1978 Labatt’s Formula Atlantic series by Cliff Hanson. The car is currently in tribute livery to a fine British period Formula Atlantic driver, Phil Dowsett. Most recently the car has been raced to victory by four time Grand Prix Motorcycle World Champion Eddie Lawson. The engine is a legal Jay Ivey BDA with one race on it, the 2014 HMSA race at Laguna Seca, which the car won. The gearbox was subsequently replaced with a completely new Hewland FT-200. The gears and ancillaries from the former gearbox are included with the car. The engine showed 225 bhp on Ivey’s dyno when installed. Further changes to the exhaust and carburettors yielded an additional 12 hp on a rolling road dyno. The tub is a new 2013 Marc Bah
History of AM.300/3/1683 This car was ordered new in 1958 by Mr Alister Malcolm Creswick of Aune Cross, Devon and was designated the registration 353ATA. The car was ordered in the rare shade of Cardinal Grey by Mr Creswick, who was a wealthy landowner and sixty-five years old at the time of purchase. Mr Creswick passed away five years later in 1963 aged seventy. Having no wife or children, Mr Creswick was to bequeath 'all my motor cars and other motor vehicles' to Mr Richard Leslie Rogers, a local farmer who operated on Mr Creswick’s land. Richard Rogers took the car immediately to a dealership and the car was up for sale in 1963 as Richard Rogers headed for a new life in the Channel Islands. As the car awaited its next custodian at the dealership, it received a new coat of dark-green metallic paint and was fitted with a Motorola radio system, presumably to freshen up the car and improve the dealer’s sales potential. During 1963, Frederick W. Anner Jr. was stationed in Verdun, France. Frederick was a clarinet player with the U.S. Marching band and was the owner of a 1954 Aston Martin DB MkII/4. Fred was having problems running his car and decided to take it to England to have some