1972 Lenham Le Mans GT For Sale

£27,750 Or near offer

Price £27,750Or near offer
Ad Type For Sale
Category FIA Race Cars
Make Lenham
Make MG
  Le Mans GT
Year 1972
Country United Kingdom
Region Surrey
Town Capel
Telephone 01737 224175
Status Private
Ref C1233913
1972 Lenham Le Man GT. Complete rebuild to highest standards. Photographic history available. Eligible for many historic championships - maybe even Goodwood's Les Leston Cup race at the Member's Meeting one year? Chassis (1972 MkII MG Midget) was stripped, dipped, coated and given full respray. Engine prepared by Smirthwaite (build spec available) with zero race miles. 1293cc. New gearbox. New clutch. Suspension rebuilt. Full roll cage. Plumbed extinguisher. Foam filled racing tank. All new pipes and hoses. Fully re-wired. Lightweight race seat. Currently on Avon tyres but equally happy on Dunlops. Every part on this car is either fully refurbished or brand new. Large file of bills with the car. Too much to list. Currently on SORN but could be road registered if race series requires. (i. e. HSCC 70’s Roadsports.) This car is immaculate in every area, is “on the button”, ready to go and provides the perfect entry into the world of classic racing. Sensible offers considered. An additional new, painted but unfitted Lenham font end is available by separate negotiation.
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