The Mk.VII IRL was introduced by Riley & Scott for 2000 following acquisition of the company by Reynard Motorsport. Extensive use of Reynard's wind tunnel facilities were used to develop the car's aerodynamics along with their extensive experience in CFD and finite element analyses. The chassis here has never been used and came direct from Reynard's UK facility. It is in excellent condition therefore and includes the nosebox and machined alloy internal diaphragms. All components carry Reynard parts barcode and the main part of the chassis has its Reynard build plate. This is a bare chassis that could have many uses - many parts are still available so it could possibly be built up to run, simply used as a spare chassis or even the basis of a stunning simulator! Also included are a range of beautifully-machined smaller parts (fasteners, connectors, etc.).