£220,000 As stated
|Ad Type||For Sale|
|Category||FIA Race Cars|
|Country||United States of America|
I have Lola Mk3b Clone for sale value -
Price: 220, 000 € or best strong offers please = obo
- Lola Mk3b Clone
New Updates Fri, Jan 24, 2020
Good morning gentlemen,
Martine Pereira asked me to clarify your questions or doubts.
So, and by the order of the questions:
- I didn't understand the question, because the Lola is finished and has already raced in 2016.
In a few lines, the story of this Lola it's that:
- The seller Martine buy, in Sweden, a Lola whit documents, plate late number, street legal and race in Portugal since 2009 like that.
- But in 2016, put's the Lola like a original race Lola, and buy in England and USA all original parts and rebuilt, revit by revit, by the book FISA/ FIA.
- The car has Passport FPAK (Federação Portuguesa de Automobilismo e Karting) and FPAK did a Full inspection, screw by screw... and in this moment it's a loyal replica of a original Lola racing car.
And yes, I help Martine and the builder with informations or/ and specs.
- If you are really interested, we send you the supporting documents.
- More details being offered to buyers... March 1 20/ 20
So, and following our last conversation, I send two folders:
- The first folder concerns the races that Lola has already participated in, giving emphasis to the Boavista International Circuit (Oporto-Portugal) (where, for example Sir Starling Moss, Jack Brabham, Jim Clark, race’s…); Motorfestival do Caramulo (Portugal); Langreo (Iberian Hillclimb Campionship-Spain) and many more… along this time it was 3 times champion of Portugal Hillclimb Championship!
- The other folder has documents that attest to the acquisition of the engine, the gearbox… and the regulations by which the Lola was completely rebuilt...(I also send some pictures)
If you want or need more information, please ask.
Tiago the builder
- Specs and history
- details above
- The Lola T70 was developed by Lola Cars in 1965 in Great Britain for sports car racing.
- Lola built the chassis, which were typically powered by large American V8s.
- The T70 was quite popular in the mid to late 1960s, with more than 100 examples being built in three versions: an open-roofed Mk II spyder, followed by a Mk III coupé, and finally a slightly updated Mk IIIB.
- The T70 was replaced in the Can-Am series by the lighter Lola T160.
((((( also have a real Lola Mk3b race car on request please...)))))
Private seller Martine now has 3 cars for sale...
Hello collectors or Racers and Merry Xmas
- Below a private Portugal.
- The seller Martine and racer has these 3 cars
for sale.... ad your coms....
The cars are in the city of Porto, Portugal.
- I have 50 years and health problems, so I sell the cars.
- The cars are my own.
I ran with lola and went to mountain classics
in Portugal with this car in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
I have Lola Mk3b for sale value - 220, 000 €
Alfa Romeo 156 wtcc ex-Gabriel Tarquini chassi n 11 , two engine , one
n 7 e n 16... Alpha 156 - 160, 000 €
Riley R 12 clean Silver driver RHD Riley's worth 120, 000 €
- Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have... You can view the full set of photos on request please with email us.... all exports welcome at your cost....
If you have questions please email us below...
Shipping at your cost example... is about $1, 500.. to the UK ports...
Thanks for looking....
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