Lotus powered single seat race car from the mid sixties, thought to be a Brabham. Fitted with a Lotus Twin cam engine (dry sumped) and Hewland mark 6 gearbox with reverse. This car has been used for hillclimbs over the last thirty or so years by the last owner (now deceased) with some success. There is some history of the car in the early seventies and some of the owners, but nothing much before. This will make a very good club circuit car, Historic Hillclimb or historic racer, maybe for Goodwood Revival who knows. The engine is on the button and has good oil pressure with no smoke. The suspension has been painted grey but is all chrome plated. The tyres are old and would need replacing to make the car competitive .
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.
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
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