ELVA COURIER 1959. MARK ONE WITH SOME MARK TWO MODS. TOTALLY REBUILT FROM BARE CHASSIS TO A VERY HIGH STANDARD. MGB ENGINE TO ROAD/RACE SPECIFICATION AND 5 SPEED GEARBOX. VERY GOOD LOOKING AND DRIVING CAR. WOULD CONSIDER SWAP DEAL WITH AUSTIN HEALEY BN1 OR BN2 PROJECT.
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- One of only 12 Mk VIII ever built
- Ground up restoration by Simon Hadfield Motor Sport Ltd
- Fitted with Lester Owen 2.0-litre BMW engine – minimal hours
- Eligible for Goodwood Revival, Historic Sports Car Club & Peter Auto’s CER1
Introduced in 1964 the Mk VIII was the last sports-racer .....
ELVA 100 Formula Junior 1959
WE ARE HONORED TO OFFER FOR SALE
this glorious ELVA 100 Formula Junior
Year 1959 Chassis 100/46
Engine B.M.C. 978 cm ( now rebuild only 80 miles)
Ready to run, all the mechanics in perfect condition.
He competed at the GP Historique Monaco 2008
with Steve Russell
A beautiful and rare 1957 alloy bodied Elva MkII B running a Coventry Climax FWA 1100cc , with a contemporary overseas racing history. The car is in great condition and having just been recently prepared by INRacing is ready to run in the Stirling Moss Trophy and other 50's sportscar racing series.
The lowest Formula Junior ever built.
Elva only built 6 Formula Junior 300 cars, making this a rare car which should assist in obtaining entries to prestigious events.
FIA Historic passport valid to 31/12/2027.
Ford pre-crossflow 1098cc drysumped with twin DCOE40s.
Drum braked with correct inboard .....
Here we have a race and hill climb ready ELVA Formula Junior 200 that has been professionally run by Robin Lackford Engineering for the last 3 years. It is a well known Ex-Doug Martin car.
Fitted with a Swift Tune 1098cc BMC engine which has great oil pressure and runs well having had limited use .....
Given the Elva Mk7 had just a small production run of 29 cars, this is an exciting and rare opportunity to purchase a sports racer that has been actively campaigned with huge success, on both sides of the Atlantic, since it was built in 1963. In fact, chassis 70/003 was the third ever Mk7 to roll off .....