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1965-elva-mkviii-bmw-sports-racer

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1965 Elva MkVIII BMW Sports Racer

The Mark VIII is the last in a long line of Elva Sports Racers. Based on the highly successful MK VII and VIIS, the Mark VIII took then state-of-the-art technology one step further. Though sold without engine and never officially campaigned as works

1952-ferrari-340342-0234al

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1952 Ferrari 340/342 0234AL

Built by Ferrari for King Leopold of Belgium. The car was brought to the US in the late fifties by Luigi Chinetti and has had two other owners in the US prior to the current owner who has had it for the last 36 years. The car is described in/

1965-elva-mkviii-bmw-sports-racer

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1965 Elva MkVIII BMW Sports Racer

Originaly brought to the Canary islands by Robert Spencer. 1966 Bought by Robert Spencer. 1969-98 Kept in a garage without use. 1998 Bought by Jose Miguel Garcia Dominguez. 1998 (June) – 1999 (April) Restoration. 1999-Today Actively being raced.

1963-elva-mk-7-sports-racer

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1963 Elva Mk 7 Sports Racer

This was the fifth car of 47 built, it was sold new to a Dr. Paul in England. It was imported into the states by Larry Menser in 1978, it has been Vintage raced since then with no record of crash damage. Original frame is in good condition.

1959-elva-mk1-formula-junior

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1959 Elva MK1 Formula Junior

The Elva MK1 was the first British car to start in the first UK Formula Junior event in April, 1959. It was the first British Car to win an International Race as well as the first mass produced British car. It won the famous Brands Boxing Day event

1964-elva-mk-vi-twincam

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1964 Elva Mk VI Twincam

The Elva name is a corruption of 'elle va' meaning 'she goes' and, from a very small start, Elva was later to be seen on nearly one thousand racing, sports racing and road going cars. The MK VI is a fine example of the Elva racing heritage. Elva car

1964-elva-mk7s-sports-racer

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1964 Elva Mk7S Sports Racer

Elva (a name derived from the French "Elle va" = "She goes") was a successful car constructor in the late fifties and early sixites, and certainly a force Lotus drivers had to reckon with as the well built and efficient sports racers proved more tha

1959-elva-courier-racecar

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1959 Elva Courier Racecar

After producing a series of sports racers and formula junior cars, many of which had success in the US it was suggested that Elva Engineering should produce a road-going 'sports racer' and the prototype Elva Courier was built in early 1958.

1962-elva-300-formula-junior

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1962 Elva 300 Formula Junior

Lots of history documentation including original build sheet from factory and documents form designer Keith Madsen - who is alive and well. Letter from Bernie Ecclestone. The car was recently reunited with Chris Ashmore who came to see it at Monaco.

1964-elva-courier-mk-iv

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1964 Elva Courier Mk IV

The car was originally form the East Coast, the current owenr has owned for 12 yrs.

1965-elva-courier-mk-iv

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1965 Elva Courier Mk IV

The car was imported to Sweden as one of three L.H.D. Mk IV T. The car was built for club racing in 1965. The car was raced until 1972 when full restoration began. Estimated cost of 25.000 USD. A few races were completed in club and historic racin

1960-elva-200-formula-junior

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1960 Elva 200 Formula Junior

Elva records show this car was delivered to Carl Haas. Subsequent history is unknown until it surfaced as the remains of an autocross special. The car was then restored to original condition in the late 80's.

1979-crossle-35f-formula-ford

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1979 Crossle 35F Formula Ford

Ireland's Crossle Cars have been producing sturdy, safe, and easy to work on cars since the early 60s. Rarely revolutionary, the cars have been favored by schools and competitors alike. Imported in the US by Skip Barber in the 70s, Crossle, Lola, a

1968-crossle-f5000-project-car

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1968 Crossle F5000 Project Car

1 of 3 Crossle 5000's made, sister car is very successful in Germany, FIA papers can be aquired if needed.

1971-crossle-20f-formula-ford

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1971 Crossle 20F Formula Ford

This car was a Mid West SCCA car from the late seventies through the mid eighties. At this time this is all the history we have on this car.

1969-crossle-16f-formula-ford

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1969 Crossle 16F Formula Ford

This is chassis number 14 of the original 40 sent in 1969. The car spent most of its time on the East Coast and was shipped out West at the end of the 2001 season. The car currently has engine certification and annual tech inspection for 2002. A few