1969 Lola T70 MkIIIB Chassis number SL76/144 • Delivered new in 1969 to David Preston and subsequently run by Team Elite. • Ex-Trevor Taylor, Hugh Dibley, Howden Ganley, Peter Gethin. • Race winner in period. • Highly competitive in current FIA Masters Sports Cars or Patrick Peter’s CER. • Le Mans Classic entrant. • Everything fresh – zero miles top-spec fuel-injected Mathwall engine, and fresh gearbox. • Newly refreshed tub. • Proven to be fastest T70 MkIIIB in hands of Rob Huff. • Race ready with valid HTP until 2025. Please contact us for full history.
This car has arrived at Fantasy Junction Description not yet generated. 1983 Lola 596C Sports Racer s/n HU-16 Red with Yellow Livery Fantasy Junction team car. Multiple winner of SCCA Illigen Classic 4 hours, NASA 12 Hours, 12 Hours of the Cascades, among many other west coast endurance racing titles. Likely the most successful small bore sports racer in the country! Bahner tub with Universal Racing rear sub frame and front crush box. Low time on Drummond bridgeported 12A Mazda rotary power plant and Taylor Racing gearbox. Hewland Mk. 9 5-Speed transmission upgraded with Mk. 5 internals including big lay shaft. Transmission pump and cooler. Dry break fuel fillers and dual fuel cells totaling 24 gallon capacity. Tracer Racing stainless steel exhaust plus spares. Double adjustable Koni shocks, Fast Forward upgraded rear hubs, and full night lights set up. Stack electronic tachometer with Autometer warning lights, SCCA legal HANS updated roll hoop, and new safety belts, October 2010. Radio harness and hardwired AMB transponder. Enrormous spares package including One set of Compomotive wheels, one set of BBS wheels, both 7” fronts and 9”rears, spare nose and splitters, 20+ gearsets, bo
Chassis number 37, Ex Ulf Norrinder, restored to original livery with fresh David Whitehurst engine, Detailed raced history, FIA papers available, eligible world wide for many series, an important formula 5000.
Lola T70 MKIII Coupe Chassis SL73/130 Coupe finished on 26th May, 1967. Red with White stripes. Ordered by the Fujii Company Ltd // Taki Racing Team in Japan. The car arrived with another Lola T70 MkIII Coupe (chassis SL73/116) ordered by the Taki Team in Tokyo the 1st April, 1968. The car then raced in 1968 and 1969 with the Taki Racing Team, driven by Takahashi and Hasemi. Hasemi finished 1st with chassis no. SL73/130 at the All Japan Championship race at Fuji in August, 1968. GTC offers today a magnificent piece of history, the first Lola T70 that won in Japan. The car is in its original colors, totally restored during a 3 year period and a cost of 120.000 Â£. Ready to race.
1978 : Delivered new by LOLA CARS LTD to HEINI MADER RACING COMPS for M. Jean-Philippe Grand 1981 : Winner of its category at 24H du MANS with Jean-Philippe GrandÂ and Yves Courage 1981 & 1982 : Winner of the Circuitâs France Championship with Jean-Philippe Grand Â FIA papers