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1973 Chevrolet Trojan T-101 For Sale

The Ex Jody Schekter Trojan T101 F5000 Car Built for the 1973 Formula 5000 Championship and delivered to Sid Taylor / Jerry Entin to be raced by Jody Schekter during the 1973 season.

Schekter took 3 wins and one second place with this car during the season which he became Champion of the US F5000 Series.

Now restored and in excellent condition with 5L Chevrolet Engine built by Peter Knight, current FIA HTP papers and recent crack test and fuel cell.

We have known this car since 2010 and it has been raced most recently in the Derek Bell Trophy with the HSCC, this car has been maintained to a very high standard by RLR Msport and is a fantastic piece of motorsport history.

Please call James Hanson at Speedmaster for more information.
Ad Type For Sale
Category FIA Race Cars
Make Trojan
Model T 101 F5000
Year 1973
Country UK
Region Yorkshire
Telephone 01937 205821
Status Trade
Date 08-Jan-2019
Ref C1008802

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