Iconic 1964 Cheetah, Chevrolet's answer to the Cobra. Same owner last thirty one years, much documentation, multi-year history at Monterey Rolex Reunion and other Vintage events. Sold on a California Title. Four Speed; 6.2L Chevy, $590,000
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Currently campaigned in Group 4, USRRC <2.0L. Excellent condition. Lotus TwinCam, twin Webers, Hewland mk9, fiberglass over aluminum semi-monocoque. 1050 lbs., 180hp.Accepted to the '20 and '21 Monterey Rolex Historics. Extra wheels, gears, spares included. $49,900 email@example.com For more details, see it on the web page at: racingonthecheap.com/bobsy-for-sale/
This stunning 1978 Lola T492 - HU77 is offered for sale having been rebuilt from the ground up with new Taylor Hewland MK5 gearbox and Smith & Jones All Aluminum Cosworth YBM 2.0 Engine. Over $80k spent during the restoration from 2018-2020 with everything rebuilt or replaced to make it better than it was new in 1978. Probably the nicest and fastest 492 in the world. $79,999.00 For a video: https://youtu.be/nHGwRZnZQsc
Maurizio Brandhoff: Cell 949 259 3109
It was designed by Len Terry for the 1970 F5000 Guards European Championship. It was sold to Broadspeed racing for Chris Craft & ran at least one event (at Castle Combe) before being crashed in practice for the next round of the Guards F 5000 championship. It was decided to finish chassis Number 103 as it would take less time than repairing 102. Chassis 102 was repaired and, in the fall of 1970, it was sold to Dan Gurney of All American Racers for use by Swede Savage. The car was then sold to Phil Henny for racing in American Formula A. A copy of the bill of sale from AAR to Mr. Henny comes with the car. Phil eventually crashed the car at Laguna Seca and decided to restore it properly with the help of Carroll Smith. The new design incorporated McLaren M-10 rear suspension and made the engine and transmission a stressed member of the chassis. This change significantly increased the car's stiffness & cured the handling problems that had plagued it from new. It should be very competitive in the “Early 1970 and older” F5000 class in the states. It is in excellent mechanical condition and ready to race. NOTE: The car has not been restored from original but all mechanical and suspensions systems have been gone through. Contact: DABEAUPRE@GMAIL.COM
Asking Price: $39,900
Trans-Am B-Sedan 2 L. Race Car. Full 2-year rotisserie restoration completed in 2019. 1990's SCCA racing history, SCCA & VARA Logbook and Clean Oregon Title. Car raced with HMSA, SVRA, SCCA, SOVREN and VARA , runs in Historic 2.5 TransAm Challenge, B Sedan or Group 8 SVRA. 100% vintage legal, no expenses spared. Ready to race, includes new R7 Hoosier Tires, Seat belts, Stroud Fire System etc.
Dio Tipo Front Body Section
CSRG member, Tom Duncan, "found this Dio Tipo front body section at the Eighth & Main Marketplace antique collective in Chico (745 Main Street), leaning up against the wall between the two buildings & thought it might be of interest to someone." Here is a link to the Dio Tipo site:: Dio Tipo|Dio Cars"
If you are interested, contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org (503.893.5534) or just drop by the store and take a look.
109E Block, 3.228 bore, 1.905 stroke. 116E Head (valves/springs/rockers installed), Laystall forged crank, Carrillo rods, Kent A6 cam. Three weekends run time since build. Partially disassembled for inspection. $6,000 obo.
Miscellaneous Engine Parts
In addition to the Junior engine, above, I have for sale: a 109E block; 116E "GH" head casting; 105E head casting; 116E "J" head with fresh grinds/valves/springs (run one weekend); FF rockers (by Farley Engines); head gaskets, wet sumps, timing covers, more. $1,000 for all.
For details, please call Karl at (925) 980-2673.