The Crossle 9S was one of the prettiest and most successful sports racing cars of the sixties. In 2005 the FIA decided to permit original manufacturers to produce continuation cars to comply with their HTP requirements, providing the opportunity for the factory to build new cars, which they do to this day.
This stunning example was the first continuation car produced and featured in launch magazine articles and track tests. Initially built with a BMW engine and FT200 the Crossle was subsequently fitted with an all steel long stroke Lotus twin cam and magnesium cased Mk 5 gearbox and raced with some success by its current owner.
Fitted with a long range fuel tank and supplied with Avons, Dunlops and wets on three sets of wheels, spare dampers, ratios and rear uprights. As raced at Spa Summer Classic last year, this well known and very well maintained car has never been crashed and remains in excellent period specification.
See - details above for details of some excellent events in 2019. Price on application.
Chassis No. 015 / 1979;
Engine Ford Cosworth DFV F1, V8 3000 cc, 500 Hp
Gearbox Hewland FGA 400 6-speed
Car completely overhauled in 2014. Monocoque chassis again bought time by Adriano Paramento.
1982 Van Diemen Formula Ford 2000 as raced by Felix Fisher in 2009 to win at Thruxton & Silverstone.
Philspeed engine, Faringdon lap timer and Racetech gauges
Spare set of wheels with wet tyres
Completely original car, AMS Autoracing Type 277
Chassis No. 62 / 1979; never crashed.
Original engine AMS 413 DOHC 16 valves - 1600 cc, with Lucas Mk1 Fuel injection.
Gearbox Hewland FT 200 5-speed