Originally built in 2011 for a collector, it was traded-in with less than 10 miles on the odometer in 2015 for another Duntov Grand Sport. For the last year it has been used sparingly as a demonstrator by Duntov personnel. With less than 100 miles o
The car was built to run the 1988 Trans-Am race in Dallas where it finished seventh overall. After that race it was fitted with a Protofab carbon fiber / Kevlar and fiberglass body. It next raced in a few SCCA Nationals in 1994, then stored again b
Driven by Townsend Bell to the 2001 Indy Lights Championship with six wins. Reliable and very competitive. Long Beach, Started 10th, hit from behind, spun yet still finished 17th Milwaukee, finished 6th Bell Isle, started 12th,
All 1960s era Trans-Am cars were converted production cars, making the series extremely popular. BME ran the factory Cougar team; none of the cars have survived. This car is a replica and has no race history.
Wiki: Racing origin Known at Cosworth Engineering as Project EA, a Cosworth racing engine based on the Vega aluminum block produced a reported 260 hp (190 kW) and powered Chevron and Lola race cars to wins in the 2- liter class
2001 Formula Mazda undefeated winning 10 out of 10 races in the 2015 season. 2015 SCCA Runoffs Daytona 1st 2015 Go Pro Indycar Grand Prix of Sonoma FCC 1st SCCA Road America June Sprints 1st NOLA SCCA Majors 1st Road Atlanta SCCA Majors 1s
Penske Racing South chassis number 002, purchased from RHE, and raced originally on intermediate tracks for the 1991-1994 NASCAR seasons By Driver Rusty Wallace. this car was road raced out west and ran in the only NASCAR group at Mo
Race ready 1980 Zink Citation refreshed with only 2 races on rebuild motor. Many upgrades have been done including new crank/pistons,carburator, fuel pump, oil cooler, radiators, tachometer and transmission rebuild