Year: 1968 Sold new in 1968 to Taki Racing in Japan chassis SL73/130 competed in several races including ’68 Japan GP meeting. Having been retired from contemporary racing in 1971 the car was sold on behalf of Fuji Co Racing by Carl Haas, the US Lola agent. Corvette Works Inc bought the car and kept it until a change of racing plans led them to sell in 1978 to Mac McClendon of McClendon Enterprises Racing who rebuilt the car as a spyder for a customer. It was exported to New Zealand in 2004. The car was race prepped and received local racing papers from Canterbury Car Club. In 2007 the car was sold to UK and onto its current owner. The car was then rebuilt to coupe spec and prepared for historic racing by marque expert and ex Lola employee Clive Robinson. Completed in September 2009 the car was entered into a CER race at Silverstone where it unfortunately suffered a DNF whilst leading its class. 2010 the car was issued with FIA HTP and in the Silverstone Classic the car qualified 2nd behind a Mk3B with a lap time of 1 min 53.975 seconds, a 100.22 mph average. 2011 Donington Festival the car qualified and finished 1st in Pre-72 Sportscar Race. Last out in 2013 Silverstone Classic wh
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
Description: We are pleased to offer this rare, early Lola T70 Mk1 chassis SL70/6 for sale on behalf of its current, long-term owner. To many, the Mk1 - being the first iteration of the famous Lola T70 line - is still the purest in design. With only 15 T70 Mk1's made and all of them being accounted for, these cars are sought after and front running in the pre-66 historic racing scene. The history of SL70/6 is listed below in the history section. Key item is that its history is continuous from new, its chassis plate genuine and SL70/6 has no "stories" whatsoever. The car is offered for sale in its current, excellent condition and as last raced in 2011. As the car has not run for a few years, it will need going through, crack testing and installation of a new fuel cell , fire extinguisher and belts. The engine is a strong 5.7 litre Tim Adams SMB Chevy with only about 10 hours running and the Hewland LG-500 gearbox is in excellent condition. SL70/6 also benefits from an accusump anti-oil surge system and comes with a set of spare wheels. A new, 2016 FIA HTP has been applied for and will come with the car. This ex-Mecom Lola T70 Mk1 is eligible for all pre-66 sportscar racing including
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
Description: We are pleased to offer this magnificent 1967 Lola T70 Mk3, chassis SL73/109, for sale. SL73/109 was delivered new as a Mk3 spider to John Mecom, the US Lola importer, on the 21st March 1967 and then passed to Carl Haas, who was in the process of taking over as the US Lola agent. Delivered in plain white and fitted with a Bartz Chevrolet V8, it was sold to Moises Solana of Mexico. Entered by the Aztec Racing Team, Moises raced the car in the ’67 USRRC and also in Mexican track, road racing and hillclimb events over the next two years before letting his brother, Hermann take over the car when Moises switched to a new McLaren M6B. In 1969 SL73/109 was sold to Spurlock Taylor of Panama, Central America who raced the car for some time and won the Panamanian GP in 1970. It was later donated to the Indianapolis Museum where it resided for some years before being sold on. SL73/109 was then owned by Jeff Stevens in the mid-70s who did some minor club events with the car thereby crumpling its nose. Chuck Haines bought the car from Jeff complete and with a Bartz Chevrolet V8, repaired the nose, and quickly sold it on to Fernando Stirling of Mexico who in turn sold the car to Rol
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. History is as follows: 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
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. $215,000 USD MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next
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.