Lola T190 F5000 #15.

NEW! Here is  "one of the two" correct Mike Hailwood Lola T190 chassis'. It is just an exceptional car, huge history, ready now! I have more info to add, price soon, but this is an amazing opportunity, a great part of racing history to be enjoyed today!​​

LISTING AT...........$149,900/  now at $145,000 to help with shipping.

March 73A/2 (A)   F5000.

Amazing part of racing history! John Cannon's son Michael, sold this to our client, great and correct part of racing history!  Our  client has many exceptional race cars! Always maintained and track supported by Collins Racing.

Complete restoration, new gearbox , a arms uprights, fuel cells , radiators , won 21 out 23 races Cota national championship

Rebuilt in 2004 by John and Graham Collins Fabrications (Santa Ana, CA). Collins continued to prepare the car for Wilson through to 2011. Graham reports that the tub has been reskinned and new suspension built as the car has been developed. Raced by Paul WIlson at Road America July 2013, at the Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational at IMS in June 2014, and at Road America in July 2015. MORE PICS & INFO TO COME!

LISTING AT............. $175,000.

1965 Shelby GT40 MKII   #2146.  Exceptional

Originally a Superformance chassis #2146, extensive work by this meticulous seller. Even has a title!  Big Block 600hp Side-Oiler.

I just got a copy of the invoices to upgrade this car. The invoices total $247,000

Listing at.............. $295,000 JUST LOWERED

1959 MGA Twin Cam.         Exceptional!

I believe this is the finest 1959 MGA T.C. available anywhere. This is the correct price point at $104,000, there were 2,211 total T.C. MGA's made, most are street cars. This chassis has been extraordinarily kept, has run events at, Monterey Historics, Monterey Pre-Historics, Wine Country Classic, Coronado Speed Festival, Las Vegas Speedway and many more!  Fresh paint, Logbooks back to 1991, SVRA Gold Medallion Certified, Engine by Schlossnagel.  Chassis # YD3/1430. cast iron block, aluminum head, Weber, quick and dependable, sealed underbelly!  Extra set of wheels/tires included. VERIFIED as authentic by MGA pros.

LISTING AT........ $95,000.

#28 Texaco Havoline Thunderbird - Davey Allison

 This is  an authentic chassis, the #28 1992 RYR10 from Robert Yate's Racing. Raced 30 times from 1992 Charlotte to 1997 Phoenix with 6 wins, 2 poles, "21" top ten's.  Raced by Davey Allison, Neil Bonnet, Ernie Ervin, Kenny Wallace and Dale Jarrett. Truly a huge part of racing history. Restored in 2002 at Bill Elliott Racing. Crew Chief was Larry McReynolds. True correct car, difficult to find a 'real' chassis! Priced to sell, reducing my client's amazing collection. Verified by Jim Bartel on 12/12/20. Re-clipped front for use as road course car. Was in an accident in the past, but now with Elliott Motorsports car it is exceptional, and in exceptional condition. Very fast... huge amount of paperwork on this!

LISTING AT.........  $77,000 for a lowered price, must sell, should be $125,000.


 Shelby GT350 1967

Correct SAAC 1967 Shelby GT350. Excellent car, very well kept by a race mechanic whose work I have seen many times with another client of mine. NO disappointments!  More info on the way. Great history and file on this Shelby. Matching numbers, restored in 2008. all 3 owners are in the same town! Always garaged, just an exceptional GT350, signed by Carroll twice! Comes with original license plates, the wheels are from the factory, ever see those before? This is priced to sell!


LOLA T330 F5000  HU24

Exceptional, restored, new tub, correct chassis, amazing restoration, the Jody Scheckter car. Talked at length with seller today, 100% correct documented #24 car.  The original is said to be in Italy, but paperwork that car has includes paperwork trail showing signatures from a person who died appx 6 years before, now how can that be? It is just amazing, such a long list of components on the rebuild including the zero hour motor, that is just the tip of the iceberg! 

Has FIA papers!


McLaren M8 Can-Am  "CUDDY"

Here is an exceptional build of the McLaren famous Can-Am cars, an M8 !  Chassis #09.  The seller has retired, wants shop room back, so this is a very good price! Original logbook with seller. ALWAYS maintained and track supported by a trusted and excellent race shop. This car is in race-ready condition with fluids and safety check The pictures indicate its condition. Always available for inspection with appointment.​​

LISTING AT...…….$275,000.   JUST LOWERED!!!

Hello! Racing is fully open. "NOW" is the time to purchase race cars for pre-race sorting! We ship around the world, many to the UK, and have shipped to/from Germany, Australia, Spain and New Zealand and Sweden. We arrange shipping for 90% plus of our sales, we are happy to do it!  We do as much paperwork as necessary, with Bills of Sale. Get these cars back on the track for all to enjoy!     ​Thank you & CHEERS!

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1985 Corvette tube frame Trans Am, IMSA car 

This car was built in 1984/1985. Shop built chassis with a full time helper that had experience building with another Vette racer from California.  I also had another engineer from racing that helped.  Corvette shop had done ½ frame mods on other race cars, mine and others.  The frame is very solid, fully triangulated and well engineered.  The Engine block is a solidifying member of the front end.  I have complete files on every part purchased that is on the car.  Differential, Transmission, MSD ignition, gauges, cooling, alternator, seat, seat belts, Wipers, wiper motor, shock absorbers/Koni double adjustable coil overs, you name it.  Records are all there.  Big files.   Also have an album of pictures of the construction, maybe 50 or 100.  14 BBS wheels and about 20 tires, including 4 rain tires.

 Last raced with SOVREN in about 2008. Fresh engine with one race, dynoed at 648 Hp. New 5 speed trans, Fresh Frankland quik change diff., Koni coil overs with 5 link rear suspension, huge brakes and 16-inch BBS wheels. New fuel cell. Huge number of spares. Haulmark 24’ trailer available.
This car has raced at many of the famous racetracks in the US and Canada, including the Long Beach Grand Prix. 
**The deal from my seller is that he admits he made the mistake of putting this Vette up, for the last 4 years without being soaked with oil. So, it might be seized. At full price he will take it out and completely rebuild it, already has the hot internals. He of course will put in what you want but likely its already there! OUR client has been racing AND winning since the 1960's (pic of his old car attached). He has owned a Corvette race/repair shop for decades, it will be a front running car. Pics are inside the trailer, but truly a beautiful car all `shined up, very fast!

LISTING AT............. $80,000

1965 Triumph Spitfire

SVRA Gold Medallion very well sorted Triumph Spitfire from a collection!

​Original but with 1296cc Engine, right down to the red and white paint job, the car carries with it a few trick parts and a lot of questions. The first noticeable link to greatness lies under the hood, a massive pair of Weber 40DCOE carburetors. These bolt up to a specially made 11-stud, 8-port Le Mans-spec head, only 20 of which were reportedly manufactured. With such limited numbers, it makes sense that only very select Spitfires were destined to have this works component. The Spitfire also came from the factory with a Salisbury limited slip differential and a GT6 transmission. This Mk II is a rarity since it was never a road-going car. Its destiny was the track and it has been successfully raced at places like the Monterey Histories and Willow Spring. There are documented timesheets with lap times of 1:50 at Willow—not bad for a vehicle so low on horsepower. Comes with a Hardtop! Logbooks and ready to go!  Very competent Group 2 racer!

Listing at..................$27,500

RALT RT4 - 1986  

1986 Ralt RT4 Formula Atlantic Ford Cosworth BDD/BDA Freshly rebuilt zero mileage professional engine build. Dyno time only, No track time, 5 SPD FT-200. Hewland gear box. Complete car, absolutely freshly rebuilt and ready to race. Brand New Koni (spring loaded) adjustable race shocks (4). Worth 2000 a piece. New never used 4 new housier slicks, with tags. Brand New Simpson seat belts. Custom oil tank electric heater blanket, to preheat engine oil. Updated rear spoiler. 4 custom break cooling ducts. 2 new batteries, 1 brand new spare never used. Removable steering wheel, cockpit adjustable. Break bias and cockpit adjustable front and rear sway bars. Custom aluminum head rest. On board fire extinguisher system. Engine RPM REV limiter. Factory original ground effects body. Car used in Pepsi commercial. Wrenched/Maintained by formula Atlantic mechanic (Alan Collard) Log book and engine dyno sheet.  WILL CONSIDER TRADES - Street cars only!

LISTING AT...……… $49,000.   LOWERED 01/26.21

March 722 - 1972 Atlantic  722/25.

Tub# AM 72/24.

Exceptional 722, sought after chassis, in amazing condition. ORIGINAL bodied car...have a full spec sheet for the buyer, as always, one of our great listings. Cosworth BDD: engine # c-07-02, head #8033. Huge amount of work put into this top tier March, one of my favorites!  Beautiful and fast! Difficult to find, great forgiving  chassis to drive! Looks even better in person, great Atlantic!  Maintained by a pro shop.

LISTING AT..........   $59,900   Just Lowered!!

Cobra - Original 427 Hardtop!  VERY rare!

Also included is the 427 'used' but not cracked 427 hood scoop included! This will be crated for the buyer for easier transport. Of course will need restoration to add to the Cobra value.

LISTING AT........... $2,000.  just lowered 3/5/21.

1974 Mercury Montego - Dick Trickle restored!

Great history on this stock car! Look closely at the pictures to see the huge amount of work Ray Evernham's crew has done to this car! More info to follow! Very fun to see at the track, and very competent, not a show car! This is a quality restoration and is a podium car, do not confuse this with an old stock car drug out of the garage and sent to the track. Big Iron Garage does exceptional work!

This 1974 Mercury Montego NASCAR racer was campaigned in the 1975 Daytona 500 by Dick Trickle and was also reportedly raced by Bobby Issac, Herschel McGriff, and Richie Paunch. It has been kept as part of Ray Evernham’s private collection for the last three years and underwent a body-off refurbishment in 2020, including a repaint in its period metallic purple and white #75 livery. The car is powered by a 351ci Ford Cleveland V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission and equipped with a fuel cell, a roll cage, a rear lip spoiler, side-exit exhaust pipes, and chrome bumpers. This Montego race car is being offered in Mooresville, North Carolina with photos from the refurbishment, a DVD copy of television show AmeriCarna that features the car, and a bill of sale.

The bodywork received a bare-metal repaint in metallic purple with white stripes by Evernham’s shop, Big Iron Garage, in 2020 and is mounted to a chassis built by famed racer and fabricator Banjo Matthews. Various period sponsorship decals have been applied to the body along with hand-painted lettering and #75 decals on both doors. Additional equipment includes hood pins, a mesh front grill, rear lip spoiler, chrome bumpers, flared fenders, side-exit exhaust pipes, and metal headlight and taillight covers.

The gold-finished wheels are wrapped in yellow-letter Goodyear slicks, and braking is handled by drums at all four corners.

The stripped cabin has been powder coated black and houses a single black vinyl-upholstered seat as well as a multi-panel wide-angle rearview mirror and a padded roll cage with door bars. A fire extinguisher is mounted to the right of the driver.

A two-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of a custom black powder coated dashboard housing toggle switches for vehicle functions, a central 9k-rpm tachometer, and a suite of auxiliary Stewart Warner instrumentation monitoring oil pressure, coolant temperature, oil temperature, and fuel pressure. No odometer is fitted, thus total mileage is unknown.

The 351ci Ford Cleveland V8 features a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a Bud Moore intake manifold, a fuel cell, and stainless-steel braided fuel lines.

Power is sent to the rear wheels through four-speed manual transmission, and additional underbody photos are provided in the gallery below.

Photos from the 2020 cosmetic refurbishment are included in the sale.

Listing at..................  $82,500

MARCH 75B - Chassis #753-38 Atlantic - Exceptional condition!

A previous client has offered us his exceptional March 75B Atlantic, originally an F3.  Maintained by a professional shop we trust and work with on a regular basis. I just love and appreciate this run group, very fast, Cosworth high revving  engine, very competitive group of drivers! Was to be the Long Beach Grand Prix 'pre-race' group this year, so likely moved to 2021.

 Listing at.......... $68,250 FIRM...

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1965 Corvette - Great history 327/375

Excellent care from a previous client, top tier chassis!

Generation: C2
Year: 1965
VIN: 194675S102043
Race Numbers: 54, 38, 26
Sponsors: self
Drivers: Menz, Bob Burns, Howard Parks, Wedge Rafferty Jack Gearhart Dick Wisler David Rex, Chris Wickersham, Doug Manista

Original Color: White
Tires/Wheels: original knock off wheels were replaced with steel wheels when new.
Engine: 327/375hp fuel injected when new.
Driveline: 4 sp, 4:11 posi
Interior: BLACK
Unique Characteristics: One of 771 original fuel injection Corvettes made in 1965.
Modifications: roll bar when new. cage in 1999.
Notes/Race History: Car was delivered to a South Bend (IN)Chevrolet dealer's son (last name Menz), who immediately took off the knock-off wheels, removed the windshield and entered a hill climb race. Within a year he obtained his competition licence and road raced the car in the SCCA Central and Ohio and Chicago Regions. Never registered as a street car. Sold the car in 1967 to two partners Bob Barnes and Howard Parks who were part of the TURTLE RACERS. Car ran Daytona 24 hours in 1967, 68 and69. DRIVERS in 2-2- 69 were Wedge Rafferty, Jack Gearhart, and Dick Wisler. Later, the fenders the got flared, a 350 LT-1 type engine with a carburetor replaced the original fuerl injected 327 and painted it was painted Kelly Green and raced the car extensively. Painted white with blue stripes, it wound up in open storage until 1984 when Lowell McGuire bought it. He gave the car a splashy Red / White / Blue paint job, numbered the #1, and entered it in SCCA autocross events in Topeka (KS), until 1988. Dave Rex bought the car at Corvette Expo in Spring of 1990. Dave listed it in AUTOWEEK in October 1991, and Chris Wickersham brought it back to California and removed the flared fenders, installed a correct 327/375hp fuel injection engine as originl, painted it Nassau Blue and vintage raced it at HMSA and Monterey Historic events from 93 thru 98. Car was sold in 98 and raced in VARA events. UPDATE 10-2010, 327 engine was replaced with a 350 LT-1 type. Racing today with the fuel injection unit, big racing seat, aftermarket gauges. Painted red, seen at 2010 Coronado Speed Festival , race #26, driven by Doug Manista from Newport Beach (CA). UPDATE 9-15-16, Doug has the car in great original livery as DAYTONA 1969 era. Fuel injection unit still being used. Raced 2016 Coronado Speed Week.
Registry ID Number: 418

LISTING AT..............$119,000. just lowered..

Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our seller’s descriptions, no responsibility is taken for error, omission or misstatement or imperfections not stated.  We 'do' research our listings for accuracy, but rely on our seller’s knowledge of their vehicles. Buyers should satisfy themselves pre -purchase of the condition and provenance of the car and on their own judgment to satisfy themselves as to whether the car accords to its description or not. 

Triumph TR2 MACAU - 1955 - HUGE history!

YES, it DID beat the Ferrari 212E Montagne (picture included!) and the Chevron B16! Unique and historic British race car , ROAD REGISTERED (easier for import). Built and raced from 1978 by Henry Toombs. successful on every UK track until 1986 - Winner of Birkett Six hour, 3RD behind Derek Bell in 1982/1983 - lots of history - then sold by Henry in 1991 to Germany (Opel main dealer Stuttgart) and raced all circuits very successfully until discovered and brought back to the UK in 2006 - The TR2 is owned, loved and has been rebuilt in the last ten years- raced annually in the Malta Classic- 4th overall Malta Classic Hillclimb (from 1960 ) STILL extremely fast - stroked engine, twin Weber 48'S 'works' sump - F1 BR front brakes (1961) - mainly alum body appx. 690KG! - Proven front running car and enormous Fun! Revs to 7,600 (though raced at 6200) and is an absolutely gorgeous race car! NO disappointments!

              "SELLER WILL ACCEPT BITCOIN"____

LISTING AT..................  $86,500. lowered price, another great build!


Some information on the car:  It was born as a 914-4, has fiberglass fender flairs and fiberglass front and rear deck lids.  It has a 2.0L twin plug six engine, 901 transmission with a trans oil cooler.  The engine was built by Redmond European.  The car comes with two sets of Fuchs wheels and tires.  205/50x15 front and 225/50x15 rear.  Car weight = 2,200 lbs.  I have an engine dyno sheet.  No dyno information at the rear wheels.  
If anyone is interested I have a 22 foot Wells Cargo auto hauler trailer for sale as well as a once used BELL M8 helmet and Hans head & neck restraint.

LISTING AT ............ $35,000.


2003 Mazda Miata

Reworked by a professional shop, building  complete cage etc... Invoice on file for 2019. From a previous client, very good condition, even fits a "tall" driver!  Some of the changes besides the complete roll cage....Very clean Miata, not thrashed! Shocks, springs, top hats to NASA (Penske) requirements;
Downgrade the calipers, rotors and pads to NASA Spec requirements;
Change sway bars to NASA Spec requirements;
Add back in junkyard heater core and blower motor as they have to be present according to rules
Add back windshield wipers (mandated in rules)
Purchase 7" rims and Spec tires (Spring mountain allowed 8" rims and different tires). Very competent newer Miata accepted now by most vintage groups... from a previous client, I know his will be a great racer!

Listing at ..........$21,900     JUST Lowered! Great Value


2.0L Cosworth BDG, well built - has HART valve cover.

Listing at....... $40,000. that in parts alone!

1964 AC Shelby American 289 - Exceptional

NO expense spared build on this car! Meticulously built as well. Ready to go now! Even has a title, great for export! 289 HiPo engine, 425HP.  Huge info on this not enough room here! Dyno on file.

 Located in the Seattle area for viewing. Exceptional build and care..........

This 1964 AC Cobra was originally built as a show chassis for Shelby American in order to showcase the model’s underpinnings. It was sent in 1965 to Cal Automotive, a Shelby subcontractor, where a Ford T-bucket body was installed. The car was then registered for street use, and later in the mid-1990s was fitted with a hand-formed aluminum Cobra body by Kimmins Custom Fabrication of Lake Havasu City, Arizona. After being raced in the late-1990s, it received a refresh and was assigned chassis number COB5998. The current owner acquired the car in 2011 and subsequently commissioned Cobra Automotive of Wallingford, Connecticut to perform a mechanical and cosmetic refurbishment, which included rebuilding the Weber-carbureted289ci V8. A T-10 four-speed manual transmission was also installed along with a Tilton racing clutch, Hurst Super Shifter, Girling master cylinder, Penske racing shocks, and more. The car was invited to and participated in the 50th annual Cobra Reunion, held in Monterey, California in 2013. It is listed in the SAAC Registry as outlined below and is titled as a 1964 Ford, though in race configuration would be difficult to drive on the street. The car is now offered with spare parts, refurbishment documentation, period photos, historical paperwork, and a clean California title. Visited this last Friday 7/2, so clean  it's just amazing. 

LISTING AT.............. $295,000 JUST LOWERED!!!

1937 Chevy Very Clean!

383 Chevy power, 440hp.  Ford 9" rear, Richmond Super T10. VERY nice from a collection, all so well kept.


Lola T300  HU15  Horst Kroll - Restored @ $120K

Here is the Lola T300 F5000 of Horst Kroll HU15. At one time run as a Frisbee center-seat Can-Am entry! HUGE history on this chassis.  Waiting for a few more details and pictures and list price. Restoration new and cost at $120k.

Lola T300 Hu-15 was purchased in 2007.
The Horst Kroll T300 HU-15 had been converted to the very successful Kroll’s Can-Am Frisbee.
The V-Web attached article gives a fuller history on the T300 and its successes.
After having new Can-Am body moulds made I decided that I preferred the F5000 and so I commenced returning the car to its original LolaT300 Hu-15.
This started the long love affair with this beautiful very fast nimble car.
Last year I completed a ground up restoration commencing with having the tub rebuilt by Marc Bahner in the USA.
The detail of the rebuild extend from sand bent extractors to Lola factory body.
Rebuilt includes every detail right down to the original color and decals.  
Receipts for over $120k spent on the car with every component rebuilt or replaced by Australia’s foremost race car restorer and race preparer.
The is a package of spares available including two sets of original Lola wheels, gears, shocks, springs, some body mould and spare front nose and wings.
Since the rebuild, due to Covid the car has dyno time only. Exceptional!

LISTING AT..............  $150,000

1980 MARCH 80A 'FA' 

​This is a good solid fast & fresh March. We have sold others of this marque, and this is an excellent and f-a-s-t chassis..........

* ZERO hour Cosworth

​* Originally a Shierson Chassis.

* New tires.

​* Trailer available!

LISTING AT............ $59,900.  LOWERED PRICE!


1965 Sunbeam Tiger MK1  Exceptional!

Original and in exceptional condition. Owned by a relative of Carroll Shelby's who has been racing Tiger's for decades. the pictures here do NOT do the car justice, it is very clean and correct. Has run the Monterey Historics several times, and has been invited six times, so no doubt about its authenticity! The car also has a clean title and proper Vin#, being built originally in the UK Mid-January 1965.

LISTING AT............  $114,500

CHINOOK -  F5000 Chassis #01 - 1970 - BOSS 302.

Exceptional condition, so well kept, last chassis from Chinook, so a monocoque chassis. Powered by a BOSS 302 FORD. You'll be unlikely to find so much car for this price point! Pictures do not lie, this is a keeper!

​          ......SOLD......SOLD......SOLD......

IROC Camaro - original needs resto!

I loved this IROC series, from Porsche to Camaro's, all the biggest stars in similarly prepared cars! This is in the collection of Big Iron Garage. This is an unrestored car, but has all the history and paperwork on this. Designated car #6 for the series, car number not race number. This would be an exceptional entry  to vintage racing! Also in Trans-Am in the later years. FUN and historic! NO engine or Trans... VERY rare to find these!

Listing at............ $55,000

1974 Dodge Charger!   Vandiver #31, unrestored & Beautiful!

Featured on "Americarna" with Ray Evernham! More to come! Amazing condition on this! The engine in the car is an original NASCAR hemi, gone through by Ray and his team!  This is a great part of stock car racing history! 

Listing at.......... $75,000

1969 Dodge Daytona FIRST to go over 200mph!


The first car to officially top 200 MPH on a closed course circuit
Buddy Baker set an official lap speed of 200.447 MPH on March 24, 1970 at Talladega
Serial No. DC-93
Raced in NASCAR Stock Car competition as no. 88
DC-93 is an Early Charger 500 press car stolen, recovered and taken to Nichels Engineering
Assembly of car overseen by Bob Tarozzi at the direction of Larry Rathgeb
Known in test documentation as the Blue car
Authenticated by George M. Wallace on April 7, 2001
Driven by Paul Goldsmith in the 1969 Daytona 500
Charlie Glotzbach sat on pole in DC-93 at 199.446 MPH, a world record, for the Inaugural Talladega 500 in September 1969
Other drivers of DC-93 include Bobby Allison, Dan Gurney, Bobby Isaac and James Hylton
Driven by Don White to race wins in USAC Stock Car competition
First test with Daytona Package took place at the Chelsea Proving Grounds in July 1969, at 205 MPH
Purchased from Don White by Greg Kwiatkowski in 1998
Comprehensive multi-year restoration by Ray Evernham and team

Matching numbers 426/575 HP Hemi EX-144 V-8 engine
4-speed manual transmission
Holley Dominator carburetor
The Daytona Package on DC-93 resulted in a zero lift vehicle with a drag coefficient of 0.29
DC-93 was a groundbreaking car that had many innovations used on future Chrysler racing cars
First use of directional fins to direct airflow to the radiator

Sealed bottom from nose to K-frame for better aerodynamics
First use of a dry sump to lower the engine and also make more power

Quick fill on left fender for the dry sump tank
Engine bars added from shock towers to firewall for stiffening
Engine air management through the cowl at the base of the windshield refined
Steering gear lower shaft attached to the K-frame for better handling and more speed
Square fuel tubing on right side floor pan to attach data recording equipment
Entire front end 'droops' forward of the front tires for less drag
Body raked to the chassis by 1.5 degrees for better aero while maintaining handling
Quarter panels flared in front of the rear tires for better aerodynamics
New style rear axle cooler for better eff
Wing supports to transfer the down force directly to the trunk floor
Supports under the trunk floor outers to transfer the down force to the frame rails
Letter of Authenticity from Geor
ge M. Wallace verifying the provenance of DC-93
Sold on bill of sale

The history of motorsport is filled with “firsts” and “bests,” but few Chrysler cars carry a heritage like this one. The Charger Daytonas of 1969 took race wins, but this example was the very first car ever to officially top 200 MPH on a closed course circuit. On March 24, 1970, at the recently opened Alabama International Motor Speedway (AIMS) in Talladega, factory driver Buddy Baker set an official lap speed of 200.447 MPH with it. That, however, is just the start of its history.

A Chrysler “Development Car,” this Dodge carries Serial No. DC-93. Rebuilt by Nichels Engineering from a Charger 500 press car, assembly of this as an aero test car was overseen at the company’s “Woodward Garage” race shop by Bob Tarozzi at the direction of Larry Rathgeb just as Charger Daytona development was getting underway. Known in test documentation as the “blue car” and authenticated by Chrysler Racing Engineer George M. Wallace on April 7, 2001, it was first driven by Paul Goldsmith in the 1969 Daytona 500 as a Charger 500 model before being converted to test use. Driven as No. 88, Charlie Glotzbach sat
on the pole for the inaugural Talladega 500 in September 1969 in DC-93, qualifying at 199.446 MPH, itself a world record. As a result, Baker was tagged to drive DC-93 to deliberately attempt to top the 200 MPH barrier six months later at the same track during a private test.

Among the other drivers of DC-93 are Bobby Allison, Dan Gurney, Bobby Isaac and James Hylton, but the proven chassis was longest-used by Iowa racer Don White in USAC Stock Car competition, driven for several seasons before retiring it in the mid-1970s. After extensive research, historian Greg Kwiatkowski located the car and purchased it from White in 1998. Eventually, the result was a comprehensive multiyear restoration by Ray Evernham and his team in Mooresville, North Carolina, to what you see here.

A note of importance: DC-93 was in use when the first tests of the actual Daytona Charger aero package took place at the company’s Chelsea Proving Grounds in July 1969, attaining Wallace’s documented 205 MPH. The Daytona package on DC-93 resulted in a zero-lift vehicle with a drag coefficient of 0.29, and further testing resulted in many innovations used on future
Chrysler circle track vehicles. This included directional fins to direct airflow to the radiator, underbody paneling from the nose to the K-frame for better aerodynamics, Chrysler’s first use of a dry sump in NASCAR, engine bars added from the shock towers to the firewall for chassis stiffening, and refined cowl air induction though the base of the windshield.

Exterior aero enhancements by Chrysler Engineering added a body rake to the chassis by 1.5 degrees and flared quarter panels in front of the rear tires for better aerodynamics, the steering gear attached for better handling and more speed, and the entire front end “drooped” forward of the front tires for less drag. Inside is the race-based interior, the square fuel tubing seen on the right-side floor pan that was originally used to attach temporary data recording equipment, and an innovative rear axle cooler for better efficiency.

Painstakingly researched before lifting a wrench, this accurate restoration includes a 426/575 HP Hemi EX-144 V-8 engine complete with a Holley Dominator carburetor on a bathtub Hemi intake, the car’s “Put a Dodge in your garage” front air plate and period speed parts. It is backed by a 4-speed manual transmission, and the car has period-correct body parts, paint, racing wheels and a Letter of Authenticity from George M. Wallace verifying the provenance of DC-93.
A truer icon on superspeedway development and success would be difficult to find. It was used to develop the first Charger Daytona, attended the controversial first Talladega superspeedway event, topped the 200 MPH record and was then hidden for decades—this is the one and only DC-93 No. 88.

Listing at.............  $750,000

Shelby Can-Am Prototype. Only survivor of two!

This is the surviving 'prototype' of the Carroll Shelby Can-Am from his 1990 efforts. Originally there were two prototypes, this is the only one left, the other was destroyed. This was an attempt by Carroll to make a fun competitive race class. This car is powered  by a Dodge V6. Very easy to drive, handles very well! Again, the only prototype in existence as a part of the Carroll Shelby legacy!  Tested by Carroll, he signed the logbook cover. Also tested by John Morton. John was nice enough to sign a photo for my seller, and so for the new owner. Also, the picture of the two guys in the pits is the famous Peter Brock signing the body of the car he designed. Big thanks to Peter and Gayle! The car was restored by the Shelby Can-Am keeper of the keys Robert Johnston as original. The car has only seen one track day since the restoration at Buttonwillow in 2019, the day Peter signed the body. The seller had updated the car with a new fire system and new belts to pass tech with VARA. 230hp makes this a quick fun race car, a "one of one".  Comes with all paperwork, original crew shirt, signed photo by John and more collectibles for this either museum piece or fun at the track!  A beautiful and fun part of Shelby history!

Listing at..............$55,000. just lowered...

Alan Mann Open Sports Ford Can-Am  with Exact COPY!   So  a (2) car package!  PLUS sitting chassis PLUS!

This 1969 original is in the museum, and an exact duplicate was hand made. Also Extra 'everything' ! See below:

"So a quick history, driven by Jack Brabham and Frank Gardner.  2 races Riverside and Texas in 1969.  
The original car has it's original paint and still sits on its Goodyear Blue streaks.  The original car was designed by Len Bailey and built in England.  The car was tested at Goodwood and then shipped to H&M for the prep of the all Aluminum Boss 429 motor.  All body parts on the original car are rolled and hammered Aluminum.
Second car built by Kenny Thompson, 35 year employee of Holman and Moody, also had Kenny build a 3rd replacement part of "everything" he built including a Monocoque.  Also have a 3rd set of "every" body part and the fiberglass molds....beyond Exceptional!  AND another complete chassis as well........ Built in the shop of Billy Rhine.

AVAILABLE CAN-AM IN THE USA, PLUS EUROPEAN EVENTS and the original for your museum!

LISTING AT................$1,000,000.

ANSON SA4 FSV - Rebuilt Excellent Spares!

Spares list, custom head, 1 session on all new Konis, rebuilt calipers and master, re-wired wiring harness, low time 10:32 ring and pinion, new electronic chronometer tach, new outer hats for BBS wheels. We saw it run last weekend  10/2-3/2021 with CSRG!

Listing at...................$40,000 with all spares!

1969 Corvette

Built for racing in about 2000. In 2003 the seller converted the car into a duplicate of his original 1969 (built for racing in 1971) with many parts from the original car. The car was last raced with SOVREN in 2016. This car is legal to SCCA B-Production rules 1969-1975, Fresh engine with two races, dyno'd at 530hp - 355cid. Muncie M22 4-speed rock crusher with all current upgrades. Three heavy duty Diffs, 
all in different ratio's. Koni double adjustable shocks.  9"x15-1/2" wheels with original J56 brake system with cooling. MANY spares included. The car ran regularly in the top five for a group of 40 to 50 racers in A&B Production and A-Sedan. Was vintage raced from 2003 to 2016. The original car this duplicates raced throughout the USA & Canada from 1971 to 1984; all records available. Custom 38' fifth-wheel, 6-wheel trailer available as well as a dually crew cab truck.  

LISTING AT............... $125,000.

Lola T300  HU7  Eppie Weitzes

The Eppie Weitzes chassis!  Great Canadian racer great career!  READY NOW! Raced one weekend, 9/8, ran flawlessly.  It had just come out of the shop, after complete teardown.  Beautiful and  a podium finisher! Great history on HU7. Excellent car from a race shop we know and trust!  READY NOW! TRULY "ON-THE-BUTTON" of his collection of amazing cars! Legit chassis from an ex-pro racer!

LISTING AT........$134,900.JUST LOWERED!

1972 LOLA T290

An exceptional LOLA  T290 sports racer. From a great collection, this is an "under 2.0L" winning chassis! Kept in top condition! More pics to follow. Restored by John "Granny" Collins, the best!

1972 LOLA T290
2-Liter DOHC Cosworth Inline 4-Cylinder Engine
Mechanical Fuel Injection
Est. 300bhp at 6,400rpm
5-Speed Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Independent Suspension
4-Wheel Disc Brakes
*Significant North American racing success in the 1970s with many victories
*Raced in the hands of Warren Purdy, Tim Evans and Carl Thompson
*Engine prepared by Bob Slat

1979 Champion Under 2.0L with Tim Evans

Listing at................ $240,000

McLaren M8 Can-Am.   "ON-THE-BUTTON"

* History back to 1973.

* Always a complete chassis.

​*  Restored as original. huge investment, just the finest available. Amazing power! 

*Always maintained & track supported by a phenomenal race shop at Sonoma Raceway!

* Low hours on drive train.​

Maintained by a shop at the Sonoma track. Only used one or twice a season. Tough to find any Can-Am this nice!

LISTING AT......... $675,000.


Adrian Reynard owned it for a couple of years when he still owned Honda F1 - he raced the car in British Racing Drivers Club races to better understand the 750 class bike engined. After he and his team tweaked and deeply studied this car - they built the Reynard Inverter - I have the emails and also plenty online about Fisher Fury/Reynard inverter...very fast car, 2nd overall in 4 episodes of Malta Classic GP, 2 nd overall in 4 Malta Classic hillclimbs -  AND ROAD REGISTERED - around 135hp, electric reverse on prop shaft, 400kg! - does have an old UK logbook saying 1973 and Maltese (current) logbook stating I think 1999 - PURCHASED FROM THE TARGA FLORIO FOUNDATION ,SICILY- STILL WITH THE STICKERS ON THE CAR - Has the Fireblade 990cc same as when Reynard owned it also a digi dash Reynard fitted, did have paddle gear shift (included in sale) but fitted with stick shift.

LISTING AT..........$22,500   lowered, very unique car!

1923 Amilcar Special

We had to list this "Pre-War" race car. This is a very fun and easy to own historic race car! A huge amount of work has gone into this chassis, and it is still affordable!  MANY vintage organizations have a Pre-War class, the crowds love these cars! Has a logbook and is ready!

Listing at...........  $37,900