November 24th, 2020
Some interior pictures from our 1968 Porsche 911L








 
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November 18th, 2020
Hats off to the HSCC, Masters Historic Racing and Motor Racing Legends teams for announcing their provisional historic race calendars for next season. We hope their optimism will turn out to be well-founded. We also understand that Motor Racing Legends are proposing to run a two race mini-series for for Ford GT40s to pre-66 specification. It sounds great.

hscc.org.uk/hscc-unveils-2021-calendar/
 
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November 10th, 2020
We are pleased to have sourced a very special Stanguellini Formula Junior for a customer. It is an ex-Briggs Cunningham car mainly driven in period by Walt Hansgen. It was the first Formula Junior to go to the US in July 1959, the first to compete there in the following month - see the picture below - and the first to win a race there at Watkins Glen in September. It also won the Formula Junior support race at the first modern US Grand Prix at Sebring in December 1959. More updates to ...  
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November 5th, 2020
Worried about salt on the roads this winter? Here are some fabulous images from Peter McFadyen www.petermcfadyen.co.uk/#/page/home/ of early 911s racing on the sand - and sometimes in the sea - at Ainsdale beach in Southport in the late-1960s. No idea what it did to the cars!



 
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November 1st, 2020
The earliest RHD Porsche 911s are special cars. This is a list of the first dozen or so by chassis number. We believe it is the first time such a complete list has been published. It’s quite possible there are errors and omissions, though hopefully not many. Any information about the cars, and those that followed in the remainder of 1965 and into 1966, would also be gratefully received.   The earliest RHD cars were the consecutive chassis pair 300474 and ...  
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October 5th, 2020
Some typical Tour Auto scenes from this year's event from our friend Xavier who competed in the regularity section in the light ivory 1968 911L we supplied to him a couple of years ago. The engine has since been upgraded to S spec. The car is not unlike the orange 1968 911L we have in stock at present - do get in touch if the idea appeals.



 
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