Cars RMD
Make: Lola
Name: T292
Year: 1973

We have the pleasure to offer this 1973 “Team Archambeaud” Lola T292 (HU54) for sale.

This car benefits from a continuous history with only 5 owners from new. It is exceptionally well documented as the current, long term French owner is passionate about his car’s history and was a friend of team founder/owner Paul Henri Archambeaud.

The history file contains the invoice from Lola, purchase document of the engine from Schnitzer, customs and various other documents, race clippings and many in-period pictures including a “1973 Archambeaud-team” movie; all of which will go with the car to its new owner.

HU54 has been completely restored and has been very well taken care of since by Eric Wassermann, renown engine specialist and preparer. The BMW (M12/7) 2.0 liter engine has been refreshed in July 2014 with only 2 hours on it. The fuel cell is valid until March 2015. This nimble and quick Lola T292 has been a regular sight on the historic racing scene as it participated in CER from 2004 up to 2010 and LeMans Classic in 2006, 2008 and 2010 where it always did very well.

This car is in excellent condition throughout and ready to race. It comes with 2008 FIA HTP papers and a good spares package which includes spare bodywork, wheel sets, gear-ratio’s and running spares.

Its new owner will have the pleasure to enter and enjoy this iconic “team Archambeaud” 2 liter Lola prototype in all the historic races for which it is eligible around the world.

Make: Shelby
Name: Mustang GT350 Replica - Race
Year: 1965

A beautiful and fresh Shelby Mustang GT350 build up to race specification from a 1965 Mustang Fastback in 2010. All new components and done to a very high standard. The car has done only 5 races and is as-new. Road registered as 1965 Shelby GT350. Current, 2013 FIA HTP (Period F - GTS 12). 

The specification leaves nothing to be desired as can be seen from the list below :

Global West Tubular LCA
Roller Bearing And Reinforced Stock UCA
Global West Strut Rod
Spring Perch With Bearings
Big Spindles With Aluminum Hubs And Bearing Support
SSBC K/H Brake Style With BMW Discs And Cooling
Flaming River Steeringbox 16:1
Quick Steering Pitman And Roller Idler Arm
Bump Steer Kit
Dart 302 With RHS Iron Heads And Oil Cooling
Cold Ram Air Aluminum Filter Housing
Tex Racing T-10
Aluminum Driveshaft
Hydraulic Clutch Tilton
Fiberglass Hood
Fiberglass Front Apron
150 Liter ATL Bladder Tank With Steel Casing
Aluminum Fuel Catch Tank With 2 Feeder Pumps
Aeromotive Fuel Feed Press And Return System With Filters
9 Inch Stange Rear Axle With LSD
Rear Drum Brake With Cooling
Certified Rollcage
Koni Classic Shocks
Springleafs With DEL-A-LUM Bushings
Aluminum Radiator
Custom Made Electrical System With Resetable Circuit Breakers
Electrical Heated Windshield
'Cobra'' Race Seat
GT350R Gauges and Dashpanel
Plexiglass Rear Window
Headers And Side Exhaust System With Pypes Race Mufflers
Plexiglass Sidewindows + Aluminum Frames
Light Weight Doors
Seat Base Removed And Reinforced
Override Traction Bars
Electrical Cooling Fan
MSD Distributor With AL6A Ignition Box

 Spares : set of wheels.

This is a wonderful car in as-new condition, very usable for race and/or rally. Eligible for Spa 6hrs, etc. at half the price of a real 1965 Shelby GT350. The car needs nothing and is based in The Netherlands where it can be inspected subject to appointment.

Make: De Tomaso
Name: Pantera Gr4 (ex-works)
Year: 1972

#2873 is the most famous of the 14 Gr4 cars and it is the only works car. it has amazing history (winner Giro d’Italia 1973; European GT champion 1975, 90+ victories),  factory attestation and ample documentation including 100+ in-period factory work sheets.

Since it was bought by the current owner at the beginning of 2011, #2873 has undergone a no-expense-spared full restoration whereby the geometry, suspension, fuel-system, engine and gearbox have been rebuild. The car still features all its original bodywork and its livery is exactly as it won the 1973 Giro d'Italia.

After a succesfull rollout and 1st race at Spa Francorchamps in September 2013, #2873 has now made its re-appearance on the European racing scene in 2014 participating in the Brands Hatchs Masters Festival and the Oldtimer GP.

This exceptional car comes with a full restoration file and an extensive history file with lots of in-period pictures, FIA HTP, road registration and various spares including multiple wheel sets and a spare, rebuild ZF gearbox.

#2873 is eligible for every historic race and or road event around the globe (LeMans Classic, Tour Auto, CER, Masters WSM, etc.).

Make: Shelby
Name: Mustang GT350 Replica - Rally
Year: 1965

An as-new Shelby Mustang GT350 build up to rally specification from a 1965 Mustang Fastback. All new components and done to a very high standard. The car has only be used sparingly on the road and is ready for road/rally use. 1965 road registration. FIA HTP (Period F - GTS 12). 

Its specification is geared for fast road and rally usage :

Stock UCA
Stock LCA
Performance Spring Perch Greasable
Strut Rods
Stock Spindels
K/H Style Disc Brakes And Grooved Disks With Cooling
Fiberglass Hood
Fiberglass Front Apron
Aluminum Radiator
5 Bolt 289 HIPO With T-10 Hurst Shifter.
9 Inch Rear Axle, New Centersection.
Rear Drum Brakes
Hydraulic Handbrake
Plexiglass Rearwindow
Custom Made Electrical Wiring With Resetable Circuit Breakers.
Analog Rally Timer + Navigator Reading Light
VDO Gauges With Aluminum Dashpanel
Certified Rollcage
ATL Bladder Tank With Steel Casing
2 Electrical Fuel Feed Pumps
Koni Shocks
Adjustable Sport Seats
Stock HIPO/Autolite Ignition

A new and very usable, wonderful GT350 recreation for fast road and rally usage. The car is located in The Netherlands where it can be inspected subject to appointment.

Make: Spice
Name: SE88C
Year: 1988

We are delighted to offer this extraordinary 1988 Spice factory car with chassis number SE88C-003 for sale.

This beautiful Spice has been prepared and maintained to a very high standard and is ready to take part in the 2015 Group C series.

The car has outstanding race history being the 1988 World Sports car Championship winning C2 car and 1988 LeMans 24hr winner (Spice, Bellm, De Thoissy) ! In addition, it finished 2nd and 3rd in the 1989 and 1990 Le mans 24hr and has excellent race history during its entire racing career from 1988 to 1992.

It is currently raced in Group C series with much success : it is the triple Championship Winner 2012/13/14 and it is also the ONLY C2 car to win several Group C races Overall - Imola 2012 and Paul Ricard 2014. This car always wins the C2 class and is a regular overall podium finisher !

Chassis : Aluminium honeycomb and carbon fibre monocoque with machined aluminium bulkheads assembled at Spice Engineering.

Engine : 3.9 litre Cosworth DFL prepared by Cosworth engine specialist HiSpeed (UK). Homologated at 540 bhp. The engine will be serviced at the end of the 2014 season and prior to the sale of the car. 

Bodywork : Carbon fibre and Kevlar.

Suspension & Brakes : Double wishbone front and rear suspension. In-period KONI adjustable shocks which have been revalved and tested earlier this year. AP 6 pot calipers. All suspension, brake and steering components have been crack tested for the 2014 season.

Wheels : rims 16x10 inch front, 16x14 inch rear.
Gearbox : Hewland DGB 5 speed. Rebuild with all new bearings and new crown wheel & pinion for the 2014 season. 10:31 final drive ratio
PI Data logger on most engine parameters.
Full documentation including HTP passport, crack check certificates, fuel tank certificates, setup sheets, etc.

An extensive spares package comes with the car.

This Spice is a reliable and very competitive car while it is also simple to run and maintain. A perfect entry for Group C racing !

Make: Porsche
Name: 935
Year: 1978

We are proud to present this rare, 1978 factory Porsche 935 for sale by its current owner.

Chassis 930 890 0016 was sold to Reinhold Joest who campaigned it in both the World Championship and the German DRM series in 1978. At Le Mans that year the car was sponsored by the Whittington Brothers, owners of the Road Atlanta circuit in America. They failed to finish and the car then resumed its DRM duties driven by Joest. At the end of the year at Hockenheim during practice, Joest crashed the car putting himself in hospital, the accident and effectively ending his driving career. Although damaged, the car was by no means a write-off.

The shell was stripped of its parts which were then used in a new Joest built shell, 009-0001J. In 1979 the shell for 890-0016 was repaired and used by Volkert Merl for the latter part of the DRM series whilst his regular car, 890-0014 was being updated with new Joest spec bodywork. Once back in his rebuilt car, 890-0016 was once again stripped of it's parts with the bodyshell and bodywork sold via Jurgen Kannacher, to John Lagodny of Luxembourg.

John rebuilt the shell using the parts from his ex-Kremer 935, the original "K1", chassis number 00600019, which he had crashed. Lagodny raced the car in Benelux championship races and European hillclimbs right up to the end of 1981 winning 10 events outright and taking numerous class wins along the way.

In 1982 the car was sold back to Jurgen Kannacher. For 1982, Jurgen reached an agreement to run Heinz-Jurgen Dahmen in the car for a limited number of DRM races as part of the Kannacher-GT racing team. 930-890-0016 was then sold to Bo Strandell, a Porsche dealer in Helinsborg, Sweden.

The car was only used and raced once, in 1983 in the Swedish GT Championship by Anders Olofsson, who finished 3rd at Falkenberg after a pit stop. The car then went into a local museum until being bought in 1984 by English arch-enthusiast John Greasley.

Repainted in orange Jagermeister livery, Greasley hired the car out through his company, G-Force in Aylesbury, and it was raced at Mallory Park, Oulton Park, Silverstone, Donington, Brands Hatch and Snetterton, mostly by Porsche Club drivers running in the Pirelli Championship during the 90s. John sold 890-0016 to Michael Foveny of Austria in 2005. Foveny had the car fully restored and race prepared by marque specialist Roitmayer GmbH of Unterhaching, Germany. The car currently has a water-to-air twin-turbo engine freshly rebuild by Marc De Siebenthal, upright gearbox and sits in its original Liqui-Moly livery it wore at Le Mans in 1978. Since 2009, the car has been raced in the Classic Endurance Racing series partnered at times by Stefan Roitmayer, and the car has appeared at Silverstone, Spa, Monza, Le Mans Classic, Paul Ricard and the Nurburgring.

This rare, no-stories 1978 factory 935 is stunning and 100% correct. It is totally ready for the track and needs nothing as evidenced by its last outing at LeMans Classic 2014. It comes well documented including its original Wagenpass and has current FIA HTP papers. Last but not least, an extensive spares package comes with the car.  

Make: TOJ
Name: SC 204
Year: 1976

Rare and beautifull "Warsteiner" TOJ. Fully rebuild with fresh, latest spec 2.0 liter Wassermann BMW M12/7 engine. Race-ready and well documented with original 1976 Wagenpass.

Entered by Team Warsteiner R.T.S. for Heinz Schulthess (Swiss) who campaigned the car during the 1976 season.

Then to Holland then Michael le Hegarat then current owner.

Complete, no expense spared restoration by Atlantic Racing (chassis, suspension, engine, gearbox, brakes, radiator, etc..) during 2013/2014.

The car is fresh and only has 2 hours on latest spec Wassermann M12/7 engine.

The car is totally race-ready. Needs nothing. Recent FIA HTP.

Spares : 2 sets of wheels, complete body moulds and miscellaneous gear-ratios.

Make: Porsche
Name: 911 Carrera 3.0 RSR
Year: 1975

We are delighted to offer this extraordinary 1975 Kremer Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 RSR.

#005 0004 is in immaculate condition with fresh paint and decals. The original RSR type 911/75 engine crankcase, complete with all racing components, comes with the car in a separate crate. The engine currently fitted in the car is a 3.0 liter 930 turbo case with approximately 15 hours which was freshened and gone through last winter. The top of the engine (slides, trumpets, injection pump, etc.) is original.  The transmission (correct type 915) also has approximately 15 hours and all bushings were recently replaced. The car currently has an electronic distributor and electric tacho and and rev-counter fitted but the original distributor and VDO gauges come with the car as do the original trailing control arms (custom replacements are fitted on the car). The seat in the car is the original Lollipop seat. The windshield is new and unscratched. Correct 917-like Speedline RSR wheels. This car has been completely gone through and it is truly race ready.

005 0004 is very well documented with continuous ownership from new. Available with the car are the original ONS Wagenpass, 2007 FIA HTP, an extensive picture restoration file together with a fully documented history file and in-period pictures.

In addition to the original 917-type wheels fitted to the car, this well known "Wally's Jeans RSR" comes with 2 sets of black powder coated BBS wheels.

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