This MK9 was one of the first two built for the Sebring 12 Hour race in 1955.
There were two Mark Nines at the 1955 Sebring 12 Hours. Race number 79 was driven by Frank Miller/George Rabe, and race number 78 by Norman Scott/Sam Samuelson (but was owned by Bobby Burns of Wichita Falls, Texas). We don’t know the chassis numbers of these 2 cars, so for convenience Historic Lotus Register refers to the Frank Miller car as “Sebring 1”, and the Bobby Burns car as “Sebring 2”.Continuous ownership history. Eligible for historic racing events including the Mille Miglia
Comes with complete running FWA engine and original front drum brakes.
FWB Peacock engine just rebuilt, currently in the car. 2 engines
third in class performance LMC 2018
1964 Lotus Elan race car rebuilt to FIA appendix K spec, new engine built by LH Owen (Lester Owen) using new SAS cylinder head. Suspension recently uprated and set up by Rickets Racing. FIA papers.....
This stunning Cortina had a very successful rally career in the early 1990s and has more recently been developed into a class winning and totally immaculate historic touring car. It can however be.....
1963 Lotus 23B built to exacting standards from a number of new spares commissioned in 2000.
The bronze welded chassis, nickel plated suspension, uprights and body are all exact replicas and therefore.....