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Trevor Farrington Ltd

Moseley Hall Farm Chelford Road Knutsford Cheshire

WA16 8RB

1969 Merlyn Mk 11A Historic FF1600 - Price Reduced For Sale

The Merlyn Mk 11A was an improved version of the highly successful Mk 11 and was a multiple race winner throughout 1969 and 1970, including helping to launch the careers of future stars such as Emerson Fittipaldi, James Hunt and Jody Scheckter. The 11A continues to be a race winning chassis in the incredibly competitive world of Historic Formula Ford today, and this immaculately prepared example has been a race winner in the hands of its current owner, Stuart Baird.

Rebuilt by championship winners Nigel Grant Motorsport, and unraced since. New uprights, wishbones, radius rods, rose joints, wheel bearings, discs and pads, doughnuts etc. Fitted with a Neil Bold engine which has done 3 races from new and has a strengthened block and steel crank. The gearbox was rebuilt 1 race ago and the Quantum shock absorbers are freshly rebuilt. Legal roll hoop.

Complete with FIA and HSCC papers and an excellent spares package including unused top body section, 5 wheels with tyres and suspension parts. Excellent DG box trailer available by separate negotiation. Ready to compete.

Reduced for quick sale.

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