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Spice Group C Car For Sale (1988)
|This car was originally built for IMSA racing in the USA where it took part between 1988 and 1991, the car was a frequent class winner and successful participant.|
The car then was completely rebuilt and restored to itís original specification, the work being completed in 2009. All the work is documented and includes a rebuilt chassis, as well as an engine and Hewland gearbox rebuild. New crack tested uprights were fitted, new wishbones, new dampers, a new wiring harness throughout, new fuel system, new brakes and finally a complete repaint.
The car went on to win its class at the support race to the main Le Mans event in 2010 and also raced competitively at both Spa and Brands-Hatch the same year. In 2011 the car raced competitively at the Silverstone Classic to 3rd in class, a feat it repeated at Brands later the same year.
Since then the Buick V6 4.5 litre engine has been refreshed by Todd Hurtle and confirmed to give in excess of 500bhp with solid reliability.
Buick 4.5ltr engine, Hewland gearbox
MSA Historic Technical Passport No. GB8415
Spares include wheels, starter motor, alternator, driveshafts, gear ratios.
1989 Bentley Continental Convertible
Fast becoming the modern day Bentley to have, the Continental offers the total Bentley package of grace, elegance and performance.
Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible (1984)
Dcc are very pleased to offer this very rare Rolls Royce Corniche convertible finished in Ivory with a contrasting magnolia leather interior looks fantastic,only covered 46000 miles complimented by a .....
AFRICAR Wagon - Arctic Equator car (1983)
Very reluctantly I am offering for sale (in two possible states of renovation) this absolutely unique historic and revolutionary car. The 1983 AFRICAR Wagon proof of concept.
Kaiserova C12 Spyder (1985)
Unique exemplary in the world.
Road car, similar racing cars the Group C of the years '80, who raced in the World Sportscar Championship.
Produced in Italy at the request of a foreign collector.