Hillclimb and Sprint Association
a Motorsport UK recognised club


The HSA's for sale page has been introduced to advertise any competition cars (i.e. non roadgoing) that are suitable for hillclimbing and sprinting. We will also include HSA members' roadgoing vehicles that have been used for competition. Ads (cars only please) will remain on the web site for three months from their original posting date - please advise if the vehicle is no longer for sale. Please contact us and submit details using this form and we will let you know how to submit photos.

Jedi MK4 Job Lot (2 chassis)

1) A Jedi Mk4 LWB 1998 fitted with a 1340 Hyabusa Gen 1 engine. Always been a Sprint & Hillclimb car and re -commissioned after standing (run up once a month ) for last TEN years. Its condition is immaculate, it starts first push of button and was shaken down at the recent LMC Aintree Sprint where it rained all day but it stuck to the track. It was acquired in 2009 for £15,000 and is fitted with a Radical supplied new 1340 Busa race engine, which was bought about ten years ago and had 2 hours Dyno time on it. It is quick!
2) Jedi mk4 LWB rolling Chassis, completely re-furbished by Jedi.  Rops hoop and support bar, chassis mods, Hans post upgrade, Kawasaki ZZR 1100 mounts, fully powder coated, new cockpit sides. Complete AP brakes set up, new  bias assembly,  all new nuts and bolts, set of Miniite type rims. It just needs two rear wing post plates. The rest is all there plus extra parts including a spare pair of rear uprights (receipt for £500 ) from years ago.
3) Jedii SWB 600 chassis, hans posts upgrade, hoop and rear bar, bare chassis with cockpit sides and engine cover and needs new front section.
Complete package £12,500 including everything we have, wheels,Yoko wets, Jedi 1000 Race series Avons slicks, Inters, short & long, as new, quick lift jacks, spare mk 4 rear hubs, selection of driveshafts.
If of Interest please e-mail dtmotorsport 66@gmail.com ,or call 07815160626 anytime. Viewing 10 minutes from Chester M53 junction 8 by arrangement during daylight hours. Post code:  CH653AL

1959 Faranda Formula Junior

1959 Faranda Formula Junior  £59,950
Giuseppe Faranda owned Squadra Trinacria and built the Faranda FJ in 1959. The car raced in Italy the following year until Faranda sadly was killed when competing in a De Sanctis. After his death the family locked the Squadra’s cars away until 1974 when a family friend purchased and sold the collection, including this stunning example.

The Faranda has a superleggera type chassis which is independently sprung. At the front a transverse tube is fitted to the lower part of the chassis. It contains internal coil springs operated by push rods on the bottom wishbones. At the rear the suspension uses a transverse leaf spring and twin radius rods The aluminium body is by Filacchione of Rome and the car is powered by a Fiat 1100cc wet sump engine.

Since acquiring the car the owner spent a considerable time on development with specially valved shock absorbers and properly set up suspension. In 2021 the car was fitted with a new Setford Racing Engine, the gearbox was fully rebuilt with close ratios and a new inlet and exhaust system with open pipe and silenced configurations fitted.

The engine has recently been fully rebuilt by Setford Racing and has only run at Goodwood following rolling road testing immediately prior to the Members Meeting. Over last winter the car was completely rewired and fitted with a new fuel pump, coil, rev counter, oil pressure gauge and fire extinguisher. Seat belts are in date and the Borrani wheels have just been fully refurbished at considerable expense. The car was fitted with new Dunlop Tyres for the Goodwood Members Meeting, and has not been used since.

The Faranda won class A (5th overall) in the 2022 Lurani Championship and has current FIA Papers which expire at the end of December 2026. It is offered for sale with a large spares package including the original engine and gearbox, the original exhaust system and inlet manifolds, drive shafts and output shafts, and original mechanical rev counter and cable. Also a large file incorporating period and recent history and invoices for work carried out since purchase.

Previously owned by the much missed Malcolm Wishart and invited to many prestigious events including Monaco, Vernasca Silver Flag, Goodwood Revival and Members Meetings and the Solitude Revival. A rare and very attractive front-engined Junior which would grace any hillclimb.
Please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk

2003 Pilbeam MP88 package

This Pilbeam MP88 was built new in 2003.
It is powered by a Rover KV 6 built by QED motorsport at a cost of £21,000.
The car has a carbon clutch, which is much lighter with a longer life and is fitted with a Hewland sequential six speed gearbox with paddle shift steering wheel controls.
The tub, front rear wing and under tray, are all carbon fibre which is strong and very light. 
The package includes:

A set of wet wheels and tyres

An engine pre heater by Tom New
Nose cone, spare front wing, slave battery, race car jack, 2 high pressure air tanks for paddle shift gear mechanism.
This car was built for me and averaged 10 meetings annually.
Great car, fantastic drive, reliable, well cared for and selling due to advancing age of driver!

Contact details: preservebleasdale@gmail.com , mobile 07775925851,  home 01723870316


Jedi Mk6 package

Here is a fantastic opportunity to by a class winning Mk6 Jedi (the right model to compete in). The car has been used for the last 10 years for sprinting. All chassis work undertaken by Jedi. Full nut, bolt and ball joints replacement before last season. GSXR100 K6 Engine work undertaken by Mistral, new pistons, cam shafts and ported 180bhp, Powercommander 5 used for mapping.

I'm aware that the car spec does not work for all categories and budgets so offering several buying options.

Option 1 - Rolling chassis, supplied with one set of Jedi split rims, with Avon slicks. No wiring - ideal for F1000 as engine spec has to be standard spec. £12k

Option 2 - Chassis, fitted with GSXR 1000 K6, Powercommander 5 fitted, supplied with one set of Jedi split rims, with Avon slicks. £14.5k ideal Sprint or Monoposto.

Option 3 - Chassis, fitted with GSXR 1000 K6, supplied with two sets of Jedi split rims, with Avon slicks and wets. Spare wings, various other spare parts, sprint fuel tank £16k.

All prices are for discussion and can do deals for other elements if it helps.

Subject to what package is purchased items will be sold, nothing will be sold until the car element has sold.

Contact me for further details - s.chaplin2370@gmail.com

1970 Brabham BT29X with Historic Formula Two HTP

The BT29X is a well known hillclimb car with significant period history.  It was specially ordered for Tony Griffiths, Chairman of the MAC at the time, to compete in the 1970 RAC Hillclimb Championship, in which he finished fifth.  It was then known as BT30Y.  It was built to the 1970 F2 BT30 specification but with inboard aluminium fuel tanks instead of the side mounted bag type tanks required for racing, and it was given the chassis number BT29X.

Originally fitted with a Cosworth FVC engine, the car has a continuous history of hillclimb and sprint drivers competing in it successfully with 1600cc and 1800cc BDA engines. Richard Jones, the current owner since 2007, has set historic class records at Shelsley, Prescott, Loton and Gurston. 

Now fitted with sidepods as per the 1970 BT30 Brabhams and with a fresh 1600cc BDA on period correct mechanical injection, the car has been accepted by the FIA as a BT30 and it has an FIA HTP, valid until Dec 2034 for Historic Formula Two, period GR (1966 to Dec 1971).

Engine:  1600cc, 234 BHP BDA on Lucas mechanical injection. Test mileage only.
Gearbox:  Hewland FT200 with 9:31 CWP and a selection of ratios.
Wheels:  6 Magnesium Brabham wheels.  4 split rim alloys with Brabham style centres.
Spare bodywork:  Upper body section and the original narrow body.

Contact: rjones@historicars.plus.com  phone: 01452 813545

1973 Datsun 240Z hillclimb/sprint car

The car is currently undergoing a full refresh which inlcudes the fitting of a newly built 2.8l engine from Dave Jarman Racing. It has been circuit raced and used for hillclimbs/sprints and would make an ideal Modsports car.

Body: Dry Weight - 940kgs G-nose extension fitted with IMSA style flared wheel arches GRP doors, bonnet, front wings and tailgate. Spare doors x2. Polycarbonate side and rear windows. Spare side windows x2.

Engine and Transmission: 2.8l Engine fresh from DJR fitted with high capacity baffled sump and oil cooler. Head and manifolds ported, polished and matched Engine moved 3 inches back to improve weight distribution and handling Triple 45 sidedraft carbs & Nismo exhaust manifold running to a single side exit silencer Crane Fireball HI-6 Ignition System with Rev limiter Glebe Engineering T5 Gearbox with close ratio straight cut gear set and fitted with quick shift gear lever. R200 rear differential with 4.625 ratio Nismo LSD. Paddle clutch & Lightweight Flywheel Electric Water Pump.

Suspension, brakes and tyres: Fabricated and rosejointed suspension all round 2.25" spings on adjustable platforms - spring rates, front 600lbs, rear 500lbs. Bilstein strut inserts Wheel hubs converted to centrelock Uprated and adjustable anti-roll bars front and rear Dual cylinder adjustable brake pedal box with rear brake bias valve AP endurance racing front brake calipers & Willwood Dynalite rear brake calipers Dry tyres: Avon Slicks - Front 10x16, rear 10.7x16 Wet tyres: Avon Cut Slicks Front 10x16, rear 10.7x16.

Safety: 12 point 'weld in' rollcage with integral door bars and rear strut brace SPA Extinguisher system Cobra kevlar race seat & 6 point Willans harness removable SPA steering wheel ATL fuel tank

Misc:  Stack Tachometer with shift light Racetech gauges – Oil pressure, Oil Temp, Water Temp. Low oil pressure warning light.

History/Results: 1988-89 - Class Winner in Historic Sports Car Club Championship (HSCC) 1990 - converted into a Modsports racecar 1990-91 - raced in WRDA Modsports. 1998 - single season in Formula Saloons, running a 3.1 litre engine. 2003-08 - Run in Hillclimbs and Sprints.

£34,000 o.n.o

Contact Ken at zman240uk@aol.com

1984 ex-F3 Magnum 843 sprint/hillclimb car

1984 ex-F3 Magnum 843* fitted with Honda Blackbird bike engine. The tub is folded, riveted and bonded aluminium, with honeycombed bulkheads.   (* indicates 1984 Formula 3)

The front hubs and uprights are aluminium machined from solid, with upper aluminium struts also machined from solid, and vertical inboard coil springs and dampers. Lower wishbones are fabricated from steel tube.

Rear hubs are cast magnesium with aluminium upper wishbones, again machined from solid, operating horizontally mounted inboard coil springs and dampers. Lower wishbones are fabricated from steel tube. Rear axle is mounted into machined aluminium structure which is attached to the rear of the tub with steel tubular upper, lower and diagonal elements, plus an aluminium base plate beneath.

The engine is mounted across the chassis with chain drive to the rear axle.

I have sprinted and hillclimbed this car since I bought it from Devon in 2007, using it together with my son 7/8 times per season for 17 years at events from Castle Hillclimb in Devon, Honnington in East Anglia, Loton Park and Llandow in the West, down to Gurston in the south, and all points in between, mostly at my home base of Curborough sprint course and Prescott hillclimb.

The car has always been extremely reliable, apart from the occasional operator error, and is an easy single seater to run. It is a tight fit in the cockpit and suitable for slim drivers 5’ 9” tall or smaller.

There are 3 sets of wheels, 8” front 10” rear. One set of magnesium one piece with Pirelli radials (still useable), and two sets of alloy 3 piece, one set with old Avon cross ply slick and the other with an even older set of AVON crossply wets. All are in need of replacement, although the Pirelli radials are still OK to use.

There is a collection of parts available

2 Magnesium Front hubs (One damaged)
Drive chain and spare links and extractor kit
Selection spark plugs, ign leads, coils, etc
2 side skirts (never used but came with the car)
Wheelbrace/torque spanner


Trailer and tow car also available for reasonable cost if required, total package £12,000

Kerry Waine 07904 338354 / kerrywaine@hotmail.com


MGB GT V8 Race car

MGB GT V8 Race car Built for MGCC Championship C Class with a 3.9 V8 engine,T5 gearbox, LSD and 230bhp

It has a roll cage by Custom Cages, fibreglass front wings, tailgate and bonnet, Gaz shocks all round, comes with extinguisher which needs plumbing in.

It is a quick car suitable for circuit racing or Hillclimbs. It may require some slight mods to comply to other championship regs. 


Contact: mikerolls4mgs@compuserve.com or 01258 820337

MG Midget 1972

MG Midget 1972, round wheel arch, bronze yellow with black interior which had a major body restoration in 2012.

It has been modified for Hillclimb or fast road with a mildly modified engine, single SU with Maniflow inlet and exhaust, K & N Filters, uprated front antiroll bar, Minilite style wheels, custom made roll hoop by Cotsweld Race Cars, Bucket seat, Motolita steering wheel and good hood. 

 The paint work is very good and is a lovely looking car. 


Contact: mikerolls4mgs@compuserve.com or 01258 820337

Chevron B42 - new price

Chassis No B42-78-06

This is Roger Jordan’s immaculate Chevron B42 Racing Car with a Rover V8 Engine and Hewland FGA Gear Box.

It is an ex-Fred Opert Racing F2 car, having been driven in the 1978 Formula 2 Division of the Aurora AFX Championship by Boy Hayje when the team was sponsored by F&S Properties.

With well documented history from 1986 to the present – the car was raced in South West hillclimbs and sprints by the multi-award winning Roger Jordan, who, having taken several sabbaticals from 1994, completed a total nut and bolt rebuild between 2016–2021 including the engine which was taken out to 4 litre - before returning to competition in 2022.

The package comes complete with Twin Axle Covered Trailer - fully electrified with a solar panel and battery powered winch. Includes ‘Powrtouch Classic’ (remote controlled) self-propulsion system. This is a Brian James built trailer – with a Max Gross weight of 1600Kg.

Numerous spares and associated competition extras including two sets of wheels - currently with wet and dry tyres on them and a spare original cockpit cover.

Complete package £65,000 ono

Initial contact by email, please, to chevronb427806@gmail.com

Cooper S R53

Fitted with all the right parts for sprinting; engine uprated with a Fast Newman road camshaft that allows it to tick over at low revs but makes it torquey off the line, new larger Airtech intercooler and a 17% supercharger pulley for additional power. Also 4-pot brakes, vented crossdrilled and grooved discs, braided hoses and race pads. Fully adjustable suspension on Monopro racing shocks and coilovers. Car set up with negative camber front and rear, along with R56 aluminium rear arms, with setup by Track Toy Racing in Cannock. Turret strut brace and cabriolet brace bars for added support. Two Sparco race seats with TRS race harnesses and shoulder supports, with road legal clips. Rear roll cage by MMF has supports welded to the floor for strength and the cage is bolted in. 
17” wheels with brand new Rainsport 5 tyres 205x45x17. Finished in electric blue, the car is road legal. Price includes a presale check over by Track Toy Racing. Contact Richard Bruton (Birmingham) contact@debrettsjewellery.co.uk /  07832 927011

1964 Merlyn Mk 7 - new lower price!

The Mk 7 was Merlyn’s first F3 car, was also intended for F2 and often raced in Formula Libre. Based on a spaceframe chassis the car had aluminium sheet stiffening around the cockpit to increase the torsional rigidity. In period the Merlyn showed promise with Chris Irwin running well in several races, challenging Jackie Stewart on occasions and claiming a win at Aintree. A total of eleven Mk 7s were built in either F3 or F2 specification.

This example was originally owned and raced by John Bridges of Red Rose Motors fame. He bought two new Mk 7s from the factory, racing one in F3 and this car in Formula Libre with a Ford engine. Subsequent owners are recorded in the register, including spending a period in Belgium fitted with a Formula Junior engine.

The car is currently in Libre specification with a Connaught twin cam engine and Hewland Mk 4 gearbox. In this form the car has competed in a handful of demonstration events and hillclimbs, including Chateau Impey. As such it offers a relatively low-cost entry into classic speed events and might also achieve invitation class entries to historic race series.

Complete with ownership history and two engine covers, one of which is unused. For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk


1964 Merlyn Mk 7

1957 Austin Healey 100/6 - 3 litre

We bought this car from Simon Leeming (via Bill Rawles) in 2020 to replace a lovely late Mk 3 Healey 3000 which my wife Claire had long competed with, but was sadly wrecked in a fire drama on her way back from Gurston in 2019.
This 100/6 was in good order and realistically priced, but needed some additional performance upgrades to make it sufficiently competitive. While this was happening Claire continued hillclimbing in the very quick ex- Joe Mackrell frogeye Sprite. 
However, now that the 100/6 is all done and race ready, she's decided she actually prefers her Sprite! So this big Healey is back on the market:
Engine was removed, completely stripped, cleaned and rebuilt by Joe Mackrell at Old Dairy Classics in Dec 2021 using new crankshaft, bearings, seals etc. It has a lightweight aluminium head sporting triple SU carbs, Cosworth pistons, aluminium oil sump, side exit rally exhaust, lightweight Wosp starter motor and electronic ignition.
Gearbox and Diff.
The original side change box was switched last year for a centre change competition unit (Tulip) with competition uprated 'A' type overdrive supplied new by Hardy Engineering at a cost of £4800. 4.3 LSD
As purchased the brakes were quite poor, and without a servo were no match for the power this car produces. They have since been upgraded with new Dennis Welch dual circuit pedal box, master cylinder, and competition servo. Mintex brake pads. Now it  really stops, giving the driver great confidence when pressing on.....
Seats/Harness/Fire Safety.
New lightweight Tillett B6 Screamer GRP seat complete with TRS Magnum 6 point saloon harness. Included separately are 2x (new) Cobra rally seats, in case the Tillett seat doesn' suit everyone. Lifeline 4 litre plumbed-in fire extinguisher system incorporating 2x under bonnet nozzles + 1x drivers footwell.
Fuel Tank
Dennis Welch aluminium foam filled tank, 60 litres, complete with electronic fuel sender and gauge.
Hood & Hardtop.
Included is a decent hardtop with side windows, plus a new bespoke fabric hood, utilising the original hood frame to fit over the competition safety roll bar, plus protective new tonneau cover.
A set of 4 new Avon ZZ's fitted last year with few miles on them since.
In summary a great looking car that really goes, really stops, and handles superbly both on and off track. Eligible for the 'big Healey' class in the HealeySport Hillclimb championship. 
We paid £45,200 in 2020 and are too scared to add up everything (and more) in the above list, but it won't be less than £15k.......... However, we recognise it's  a buyers market and that we can't expect that money back, so are pricing the car 'to sell' at £45k ovno. Fantastic value for money for this specification.
For more details call Jon Giles 07790 019820

Fisher Fury with Vauxhall red top

Fisher Fury with recent MS UK log book (2022). Last used in HSA National sprint / hillclimb series specialist production modified class 2022. Was quite competitive but needs a better driver.

Very strong Vauxhall red-top engine on twin 45 webbers. Caterham dry sump system,  non-standard cams, likely QED origin with vernier cam wheels. Stand alone programmable ignition system, two control units (they work great but are quite old) and if I was keeping the car I would update for more flexibility in tuning. Ford rear axle with LSD five link set up by Aryliam motorsport.

Caterham ultra-quick steering rack. Belt and fire system in date. Barnby Caterham R500 Mag split rims, 185/55-13 Avon ZZR front, 215/55-13 Avon ZZR rear. Second set of Ford wheels with almost new wets. Willwood 4 pot calipers, bias adjustable from cockpit. Additional triangulation of the space frame around suspension mounts. Adjustable Spax dampers, front on inboard rockers.

The list of mods is extensive and recorded, too much to put in this ad. Large invoice file also.

Dyno'd at Northampton Motorsport in 2021 at 193bhp, readout graph available, car is around 620 Kg.


Plus optional 2 year old PRG Minisporter clam trailer for £4000, was £6k new.

V5 in my name car has been on SORN'd for a good while but I see no reason why you could not get an MOT for road use or a different hillclimb class.

Contact mike.wilkinson240z@gmail.com

Pilbeam MP92 Sports Racing car - new lower price

PILBEAM MP92 (carbon tub) Sports Racing car with 7.3 litre Steve Schmidt Racing of Indianapolis all alloy Chevrolet V8 Race Engine and Hewland NLT 6 speed sequential gearbox.

The car was built by Pilbeam in 2005 specifically for speed hillclimbing, but is equally at home for sprinting on race circuits. The car is the only MP92 which features a carbon fibre tub, it was modelled on the space frame Pilbeam MP84 models that were raced as LMP2 cars at Le Mans and in the USA in the Sebring series. The engine is was built by Steve Schmit Racing of Indianapolis to the following specification:

415.5 cubic inch capacity aluminium tall deck block, raised big, cam location, 904 lifter bore, Callies Magnum 4” stroke crankshaft, Oliver steel I-beam connecting rods, J.E. pistons with tool steel gudgeon pins, Total Seal piston rings,Clevite 77 engine bearings, , Fell Pro engine gaskets, 55 mm Competition solid roller camshaft, Isky Red Zone EZ roll X-lifter,ATI super damper,Canfield/CFE/Schmidt 18 degree aluminium cylinder heads with CNC and hand porting Titanium valves, titanium retainers,Manle valve springs, Comp Cam pushrods, Jesel belt drive and Jesel rocker arms, Schmidt buil alloy engraved rocker covers, special ported Rdlebrick/ Glidden intake manifold, Quick fuel 950 Road Race carbuator, MSD distributor MSd spark plug wires and crank trigger system, Billit timing pointer, complete dry sump oiling system with remotr oil tank and all Earl’s braided hoses, ARP engine fasteners.
The engine was initially too fierce with the power delivery and consequently sent to Peter Knight Racing UK where a softer cam and fuel injection was fitted which made the engine more tractable.

The engine on a dyno produced 764bhp and 646.1 lb.ft. torque.(dyno sheets available)

The gearbox is a Hewland NLT 6 speed sequential, developed for world rally cars, to cope with the high b.h.p.and torque. Carbon fibre clutch.

The car will be sold with 3 ½ sets of alloy wheels, 6 rears and 8 fronts, one set fitted with new Avon slick tyres, one set with good intermediate Avon slick tyres , and one set fitted with good part worn Avon slicks. 2 additional front alloy rims without tyres. The car comes with additional bodywork, namely, new front aerofoil, 2 spare sills, 4 spare air vents, front brake air ducts, drivers bucket seat, spare set of damper springs, oil cooler radiator assembly
kit. 4 New brake discs fitted all round in late 2021, new Redtop 60 battery fitted and the car is self starting.

M.S.A. log book dated 2022.

The car will be supplied with New Techniques diesel engine heater, high cranking starter battery on trolley, wheel removal sockets and wheel fitting dummy.

The car has previously been prepared and set up by Tom New of New Techniques.

New price £39,950

Also available is a specially adapted for the Pilbeam 2019 ECO Velocity RS two axle enclosed trailer
which is fitted with electric motormover, electric winch, heavy duty leisure battery, extension fibre glass ramps, 240 volt charger socket spare wheel and carrier, nose lock, two tyre racks fitted front and rear, battery isolator socket, recently serviced and with very good tyres.

New price £7,500

Contact Rob Penrose at penroseroberta@gmail.com

Swift SC93F Formula Ford

This very successful Sprint and Hillclimb FF is for sale, preferably as a race ready rolling chassis with a good spares package. However, a strong and little used FF1600 engine may be included.

The 1993 Swift is probably the best model produced in the day by the company (which is still in existence so chassis and bodywork spares are available). It has provided its pensioner owner with 10 years of trouble-free and economical competition before I purchased an historic FF.

It was prepared in early 2023 for my son to compete before a change of plans. The car is fitted with a good Hewland LD200 gearbox with integral bellhousing and oil tank which take the rear suspension pick ups. All springs/dampers are pushrod operated and the brake balance is cockpit adjustable. The seat belts are in date (although the extinguisher needs servicing) so it’s ready to go. The rolling chassis package includes all engine ancillaries – manifold, silencer, new Brise geared starter, plumbing, Red Top 30 battery, etc.

The car comes with MSUK ROPs certification, log book and factory preparation and set up manual. Spares include 6 wheels with ACB10s, 10 spare LD200 gear ratios (all as new -good), 4 wishbones and various rod ends and spacers, nose cone, side pod, brake pads, Brise 10 tooth starter, alternative springs, etc.

The engine was built by Bob Yarwood and has only about 90 minutes use since new. I acquired it in 2020 and it has been kept unused as a spare engine for my historic FF. The head was refreshed in 2022. It is fitted with a Neil Bold filter oil pump and ‘cut out’ dry sump pan, so it is ready to drop into the Swift, although I’d prefer to keep it as a spare.

Available as a complete car (engine, gearbox and chassis) for £10,000 or as a rolling chassis and spares for £6,500.

Contact Geoff Ward. Email getoff55@hotmail.co.uk. Phone: 07484213107.


This Kaimann from circa 1972/3 has just had an engine “refresh” to include, new bearings, crank and cam, new alloy cam drive gear, new oil pump (uprated) new pushrod tubes, barrels honed and new piston rings and all gaskets and seals where required. The 1700cc engine has standard size bearings and pistons (flat top high compression). So, plenty of scope for any future machining if required. The motor has an electronic distributor, electric fuel pump and pressure regulator feeding twin 40 DRLA Dellorto carbs. A small high output race alternator and a high torque starter. A bespoke exhaust system from RS Fabrications (Towcester). It will require running in and tuning.

The car is fitted with an isolator switch and an Anderson socket. It starts from the jump battery and runs perfectly well on its own alternator and “red top” battery. I would however recommend a new battery and for this reason the seat has been unbolted to gain access.

The car has been built according to original specifications and MSA Blue book specifications although it is not yet MSA log booked.

In keeping with the original specifications the car is VW based. 1700cc ‘W’ designated casings 4cyl. Air cooled engine. Close ratio VW gearbox.

The frame is an Austrian built Kaimann matching original specification drawings. Front uprights are VW but all suspension arms and rods are new. Fabricated from original parts by RS Fabrications. The rear uprights and arms are also new from the same company. I have the jigs required should you need to make more.

Shocks are fully adjustable Ohlins with remote gas cylinders. Front disc brakes and a rear VW conversion from drums to discs, dash-controlled brake bias. All lines are braided. A hydraulic clutch again with braided lines.

X2 sets of wheels one set ATS 6x13 alloys in very good condition with slicks and a second set in fair condition will require tyres, there are also a number of assorted tyres to come with the spares package.

There is a mechanical plumbed in fire system by OMP still in date, and a six-point STR belt in date to the end of 2023.

Bodywork includes x2 side pods, nose cone, and cockpit top, all original Kaimann. Also included are x3 wings, x2 front and x1 rear but although in period I doubt they are originally from a Kaimann. I also have the original long range fuel tanks, but of course I doubt you will be able to use them today as they are fiberglass. The cars were very popular in the USA in the early 1970’s as support to the IndyCar Series.

I would recommend a full “spanner check”, engine running in and tuning and a track alignment before use.

The car is sat on a tall wheeled stand which is also part of the package. There are also available and included, a number of used engine components including engine casings, barrels, heads, cranks, pistons etc. Two VW gearboxes and a good number of various VW spare parts that I can dig out of storage and include.

The reason for the sale is that I now have a different competition car and the Kaimann will not get used. It could just sit in a garage or even in a display (it is 50 years old) but I would like to see it go to someone who would use it. I will be sad to see it go as it has been in my possession for around 15 years. The car will need to be picked up as I will not be able to deliver.

OIRO £12,000

Please note this is a race car. I can offer no warranties or guarantees.

Please contact Mike Wilkinson for more details, preferably by email at mike.wilkinson240z@gmail.com

OMS 2000M 1100cc

Iconic OMS 2000M Hillclimb/sprint single seater  - very light use/mileage on Powertec tuned ZZR 1100 engine. RS1700 lsd. 500+hp/ton performance. Super reliable. New Sabelts, fresh Avon slicks complete will spares including spare set of wheels, nose cone, wings and spoilers, quick lift jack, Andersen plug/cable, final drives etc.

It has about total of 35 miles on engine since build by Powertec - sealed tags are attached to key components (head etc). Fresh and very sharp with plenty of torque compared to the more modern injected engines. It has 4x race keihin flat slide carbs so super responsive. Dyno chart reading 135hp and flat torque curve with peak at 78 lb/ft at rear wheels (usually lose about 40hp from crank via the box, chain , lsd and props).

It comes with 2 spare exhausts to allow for different noise restricted venues so has quiet (99db) , medium ( 106db) and full bore (115db).

Additional Details:
  • Built in 2004, chassis number 111
  • Engine: Kawasaki ZZR1100 16v transverse four with Keihin flat slide racing carbs, 6 gears
  • Electric water pump, no alternator

Changes since the original build:
  • Engine rebuild by Powertec in c. 2014
  • Larger carbon fibre front wing, for more downforce (Cost £1200)
  • Radiator with electric fan for continuous running at stable temperature
  • Higher capacity battery with Anderson socket for lunchtime charging
  • Currently a simple clutched sequential manual, but could easily have a new quick shifter fitted
Full service & all fluids in July 2020 - has only been used around a dozen times since then.

Steve Owen who built it (chassis number 111) also maintained it for me, hence the new carbon front wing which is not as per originally fitted but a massive improvement- can take hollow at Gurston absolutely flat out @ 110 ish.

It is one of the wider cockpit versions so plenty of room, lighter weight than most other 2000Ms at around 300kg as has been slimmed down by with having an electric water pump and no alternator (it has proper Varley race battery and an Andersen plug).

Avon Slicks are good with plenty life left especially the fronts - the spare set of wets (on rims included) are done but useful for paddock manoeuvres.

New rear springs with spare lighter ones also.

Plenty of paperwork , log book etc.

Offers in region of £8,500

1995 Transport truck (VW LT35) with hydraulic tail lift available by separate negotiation. Only 57k miles, MOT, £1,000

Contact Campbell on : 07702647025
e-mail: campbell@puremarkets.co.uk

JEDI MK 6 Honda 600

Jedi Mk6 fitted with a 599cc Honda F3 engine,built May 2021 from an earlier Mk 4 Chassis by Jedi and was going to be the factory car but they were too busy with there race series.

The car is fitted with an OMS mechanical paddleshift and has the latest wide track front suspension.

MSUK passport and ROPS certificate along with two extra set of wheels/tyres.

£9500 or available as a rolling chassis.

Contact Stevie Mason 07778512359, work 07979467440 or email stevie.mason@mail.com


An opportunity to acquire a truly unique and beautifully prepared car:

1000cc Suzuki K6 prepared by Mike Smith (20 minutes use)

Unique OX-7 aluminium stressed skin on steel frame chassis

Double wishbone suspension on new rose joints and AVO shockers

Quaife LSD as new

8” and 10” Spectrum split rim wheels on new Avon slicks

8” and 10” Spectrums on new Avon intermediates

Simpson purpose made stainless steel exhaust/silencer

Full carbon wings

MSA log book

Body mould

Purpose made brakes/driveshafts/uprights etc, all as new

Made for 5’ 9” person

Read Jerry Sturman's review of the car, reprinted from Speedscene Issue 173, here.

Come and view and make an offer

John Oxborrow

Tel: 01323 898020 (Sussex)


'Maximus' Shelsley Special ProSport 3000 V8 Two Stroke for sale

Withdrawn from sale awaiting further development

Peter Hubbard's unique Shelsley Special, Maximus,features a Prosport 3000 chassis (number 0001) with a Darrian GTr carbon fibre body moulded on and fitted with a V8 Evinrude two stroke engine (325hp) and 380 lb/ft torque connected to a CVT transmission.

The development of this fabulous sounding and well known machine has been featured in the pages of Speedscene magazine and full details of the car and its construction are on the Uphill Racers "Projects" Forum.

After 8 years of development, it is just about sorted now but still requires some further tuning of the CVT, which I can help assist with. It has an up to date MSUK Passport including approved roll cage.

The build cost was in excess of £80k but an asking price of £45,000 is felt to be fair for such a unique vehicle. It is advertised on Race cars direct, and has been generation plenty of interest Worldwide.

The car is for sale due to the owner's recent health issues and to allow Peter time to concentrate on his latest and, hopefully, less challenging project.

Contact Peter Hubbard at
pahubbard@icloud.com for more details and arrange a viewing.


Westfield Cosworth Duratec Hillclimb Sprint Car

The car has a fantastic spec, is in excellent condition and can be considered ‘Track Ready’.

The car has competed in several Speed Hillclimbing events at Harewood Hill and ran consistently between 59-60 seconds on soft Avon slicks. On damper days it clocked between 62-63 seconds on wet spec tyres. The car achieved first in class once at a big entry meeting of Westfields and Caterhams, in addition to achieving first in its class at several other merged class events.

Set out below is a complete breakdown of the car’s components:

Engine: 2.0 Cosworth Duratec Engine, Dry sumped, 260 BHP, Cosworth Roller Barrel Throttle Bodies, Carbon Air Box, MBE Management System

Quaife Sequential 6 Speed Gear Box (26z)

Quaife Differenetial ATB LSD Cosworth Housing
Cosworth Drive Shafts
Willwood 4 Pot Front Callipers on Alloy Uprights
Cosworth 2 Pot Rear Callipers on Allooy Westfield Uprights

ETB Digital Dash
Longacre Switches
Varley Redtop Battery
Removable Steering Wheel
Plumbed in Fire Extinguisher
Alloy V8 Westfield Radiator
Kenlowe Fan
Silicone Hoses

Tillet Seats with Driver 6 Point Harness & Passenger 4 Point Harness

JC Weldfab Fuel Tank – Alloy Foam Filled

2 Sets of Alloy Wheels:
8×13 Front 180/550×13 Wet
9×13 Rear 240/550×13 Wet

8×13 Front 200/570×13 Slick
9×13 Rear 240/570×13 Slick

Bodywork Colours: French Racing Blue, Porsche GT3 Orange, Mercedes Arctic White
Custom Decals (easily removed)

For more information on the car please contact Tony Abrams on 01434 601666 or email hexhamhc@gmail.com


Mallock U2 Mk6 (1966)

Mallock U2 Mk6 (1966)

This early Mallock U2 Clubmans car (updated to 6b spec) is a superb example from one of the UK’s finest car restoration connoisseurs. The car has been subject to a total rebuild by top N.Ireland professional restorer, Jackie Cochrane of J C Restorations. Completely stripped of all panels and chassis shot-blasted and powder coated by Top Colour, with high spec paintwork by KB Cars Ltd.
  • All steel 1300cc Holbay Ford Crossflow dry-sumped engine, with front mounted Holbay oil pump. Unraced since it was totally rebuilt by Mervyn McReynolds Motorsport. A very quick, high revving engine.
  • Ford 2000E CR Gearbox, also rebuilt by Mervyn McReynolds Motorsport.
  • 8”/10” Magnesium Minilite wheels refurbished by D.Wright Engineering, fitted with a full set of BRAND NEW Avon A15 Hillclimb tyres.
  • Second set of 8”/10” Compomotive Wheels, fitted with Avon Circuit Slicks.
  • New Spax adjustable Shock Absorbers.
  • New Flowmaster Silencer
  • Full electronic Lifeline plumbed-in Fire Extinguisher system
  • Sabelt 6pt 3” Harness (2022)
  • New Aluminium Fuel Tank
  • New Radiator
  • New Accuspark Ignition/Lucas HP Sports Coil/ 8mm ignition leads.
  • New Girling calipers/slaves/pads/drums etc.
  • New Mallock front 5/8”Anti-roll Bar.
  • Rebuilt rear Axle with 9/38 ratio differential.
  • Complete set of Mallock mudguards.
  • New 12v Battery with plug-in remote socket
  • LED Rear Rain light
The U2 spaceframe (chassis no. 66/296) is all original and undamaged.

The Mallock had previously raced in Ireland (Phoenix Park/Mondello/Kirkistown etc) in the 1980s by Norman Williams, and Dave Millar in the Historic Racing Car Association in the 1990s.

No expense has been spared on this magnificent, and appreciating, historic race car.

Price: £22500

The car is located in Somerset, close to M5 J22 and for viewing and further details/photos etc, please contact Richard on 07950304196 or snibbo33@yahoo.co.uk

Championship winning MNR VORTX Sprint / Hill Climb car

The car is a front engine, rear wheel drive Sprint/Hillclimb car. It comes with a race proven Honda Fireblade 1000 RR engine, 6 speed gearbox driving through a limited slip differential to the rear wheels. It has been very successful and holds some class track records. It is maintained to a high standard and is ready to win.

Originally built in 2013, the car has been adapted and lightened for Sprint & Hillclimb competition and has been competing since 2016. It won the HSA Class D Championship in 2019, and is currently leading the 2021 Championship, the cars final outing this year will be at Curborough on 9-10th October (Final round of HSA Champs) after which it will be available.

The car weighs 460kg, giving approx. 430Hp per tonne performance.

The package comes ready to race, a comprehensive set of spares and wheels/tyres are available at extra cost, if required. A huge amount of setup data is included to ensure optimum performance at each venue. Some assistance is available if needed to set up the car to the new driver.

Rolling Chassis details:
  • MNR Vortx with full roll cage
  • Inboard front suspension, operated by push rods onto coil over shock absorbers
  • Front shocks – ProTech, adjustable for bump and rebound
  • Selection of Front adjustable anti roll bars
  • MNR Race front end – Lightweight aluminium uprights, billet hubs drilled and grooved discs Wilwood 4 pot callipers with a selection of pads
  • Fully rose jointed suspension
  • Fully adjustable for caster, camber, ride height and weight transfer.
  • Rear Shocks - ProTech, adjustable for bump and rebound
  • Rear Aluminium uprights with lightweight hubs and carriers
  • Wilwood 2 pot calliper rear brakes with selection of pads
  • Fully independent wishbone suspension all round
  • Selection of Rear adjustable anti roll bars
  • In car Adjustable front/rear brake balance
  • Fully adjustable pedal box
  • Foam race seat with full 6-point race harness
  • Quaiffe LSD, 3.91:1 rear transaxle
  • Quick release steering wheel
  • 1 set of wheels /tyres (Slick – Avon A15 compound Cross Ply on Team Dynamic race rims)
  • Also available at additional cost are the following sets of wheels/tyres:
    • Slick – Avon A92/15 compound cross ply (done~ 20 miles since new) on Force racing wheels
    • Intermediate- Avon A15 compound Grooved Cross Ply on Team Dynamic race rims
    • Wets - Avon A15 compound Cross Ply on Team Dynamic race rims (hardly used)
Engine details:
  • Honda Fireblade CBR1000RR tuned by Andy Bates
  • 172 BHP measured at rear wheels (approx 200BHP at flywheel)- Dyno graph available
  • Fuel – super unleaded petrol
  • 6 speed gearbox (ratios are known and available)
  • New Multiplate wet clutch
  • Power Commander auxiliary processor to control fuel/air ratio
  • Paddle shift gear change
  • Competition billet sump c/w oil baffle fitted
  • Race exhaust manifold – 4-2-1
  • Aluminium radiator with electric thermostatically controlled fan
  • Special airbox taking cool air via bodywork mounted NACA ducts
  • High pressure electric fuel pump
  • Aluminium fabricated rear mounted racing fuel tank
  • Digidash full datalogging system, (with onboard GPS sensor) provides RPM, Speed, water & oil temp, oil pressure, Track mapping, and timing, includes aux channels for Steering and throttle inputs (data available for UK Hills & circuits, plus all manuals/ software etc)
  • Lightweight 12v lithium battery with integral voltmeter with MSA certificate
  • On board diagnostics tool and software (plug in to get error codes / data)
  • Approved safety cut-out switch
  • Removable fibreglass body panels – nose, bonnet, etc
  • Workshop manuals for car build and engine
  • Copies of detailed set up data for UK circuits / Hills and sprint courses, plus in car videos
  • MSA logbook
  • Weatherproof, fitted car cover for transportation and storage
£16,995 complete

Tel: 07444 827362 Martyn. Ring for a chat and more details
Email – turnershome@btinternet.com
Location: between J12/13 of M6 – Penkridge, Staffs

Renault 5 Turbo 1981

2000 Nissan Turbo Twincam engine - 300+ bhp
Porsche transaxle and LSD unit
Power steering
New fully adjustable suspension Bilstein
New upgraded brakes
Oil cooler
Roll cage - welded
ATL Fuel cell
New Campagnola wheels and Michelin tyres
Plastic window set included
Twin fan radiator

£69,500 (Consider PartEx Integrale/Quattro)

Mark - 07906 480540
North Yorkshire

Chevron B19 - new lowered price!

This stunning example is the last Vin Malkie continuation B19 produced, using all new parts other than a set of original bodywork. Only used for a limited number of classic hillclimbs since built, with several successes  including an FTD at Shelsley Walsh.

In immaculate condition, with a very low mileage Hickman alloy blocked BDG and FT200. Complete with spare ratios, single and twin seat bodywork/screen, silenced and open tailpipes and a Motorsport UK log book. 
Also available as a rolling chassis if required.
For further details, contact Damon Milnes 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk

Empire Evo 00

Empire Evo 00, built in 2015 with only two owners, Ed Hollier and then myself. In Ed’s hands this car has finished in the Top 10 twice in the British Hill Climb Championships putting in quicker times than much more powerful cars.

It is a much developed car, with a high spec 1585cc Mistral Hayabusa engine with around 230bhp.

It comes with a Quantum mono front shock and expensive Penske rear shocks, set up by Meteor.

It comes complete with Carbon Floor and Wings, Proseat, 8 Spare Wheels, 8 Avon Slicks and 4 Wet Tyres.  

Various other spares including Drive Shafts.

Ready to race


Brain James Covered Trailer by separate negotiation. 

Please call Mark 07305 125 921 for more info

Caterham Superlight R

Caterham Superlight R – ‘Custard’ (Ferrari Modena Yellow)
Currently set up for hillclimbs and sprints, this car holds 18 HSA class records, won the HSA Speed Championship & the Lotus 7 Club Championship, with  existing set up. 
Car as fitted has:
  • 1795cc Rover K series engine with ported head, wasted spark and throttle bodies – approx. 210 bhp.
  • 6 speed gearbox which has recently been serviced by Road & Race.
  • Nitron adjustable dampers recently serviced by Meteor Motorsport.
  • 3.92 diff recently serviced by Road & Race.
  • Uprated brakes with balance adjustment.
  • High capacity Radtec radiator.
  • Repackable RaceCo exhaust.
  • PowerVamp mini battery.
  • Emerald ECU.
  • Dry sump.
  • FIA cage from Caged.
  • Shift lights.
  • Carbon fibre wings all round.
  • Tillet seat.
  • Sparco 5 point harness.
  • Persepex aero screen.
  • Barnby wheel rims.
(The car was recently serviced by PGM Motorsport in Partidge Green).
In addition the following spares will be included in the sale:-
  • 3.62 Titan diff.
  • 2nd set of Barnby wheel rims fitted with season-old Avon slicks.
  • 2nd Tillet seat with harness.
  • Original Caterham radiator.
  • Second alternator.
  • Caterham exhaust.
  • Oxbow leather seat insert for Tillet seat.
  • 2 head restraints to support Tillet seats.
  • Spare clutch and accelerator cables.
  • Carbon fibre aeroscreen.
  • Original glass windscreen.
  • Full tonneau.
  • Various lights & parts.
Please note that the car is currently SORN’d with MSA Log Book. (Plate is not included in sale)
If required we are willing to deliver – cost to be discussed.
Asking £26,500 ONO
Please contact Chris on M.07831 822396


For Sale 1966 Johnny Walker JW4 single seater racing car.

Johnny Walker first began producing racing cars in 1965 with his prototype Walker Type 65, the following year the JW4 Mk2 his first production racing car was released to the market at the 1966 Olympia Racing Car Show.

This particular 1966, red, Johnny Walker JW4 has quite a comprehensive history of past owners and competition over the last 50 years and has probably one of the most complete histories of all the surviving JW4's of which more detail can be provided on request.

Having been recently restored it would originally have been fitted with a 250cc Villiers engine but is currently fitted with a 500cc single cylinder GM speedway engine and a Norton gearbox.

It is potentially eligible for historic sprint, hillclimb up to 600cc classes, HSCC Formula Junior (Class G7) and 500 Formula 3 circuit racing offering potential buyers a very affordable entry into historic Motorsport or to enjoy in a private collection.

This is a unique opportunity to own one of the last few remaining Johnny Walker JW4's and with a full history. With a guide price of £16,500, serious sensible offers are invited and prospective buyers are encouraged to contact me to discuss the car and for further details.

There are a number of spare parts available with the car.

The car is located in Bristol and is available for any inspection or provision of further photographic detail and shipping to any UK or overseas buyer.

For more information about the Johnny Walker JW4 and Formula IV please see http://www.jw4.co.uk

Contact : 07814203364 or morgan.nina@ymail.com

Gillet Vertigo Pikes Peak

The Gillet Vertigo Pikes Peak is a unique model designed by Automobiles Gillet to compete in the 2018 hillclimb. With Vanina Ickx (daughter of Jacky Ickx) behind the wheel, the car finished 34th overall and 6th in the Time Attack 1 category.

The 100% Belgian-designed racecar is powered by a 2.0L 4-cylinder TFSI with 380 horsepower and has a sequential 6-speed paddle-shift Quaife gearbox. The carbon fibre chassis allows the car to only weigh 925kg. It is managed by a Bosch Motorsport calculator and has a MoTeC instrument cluster and PDM for full telemetry.

The car has been driven during set-up testing, race testing and the race itself. All components are functional and in perfect condition. It is eligible for hillclimbing competitions and is notably pre-selected to take part at Pikes Peak.
Support for use and setup is included in the purchase. Additional parts (spare engine, bodywork, moulds, etc) can be added to the package. Other services (modifications, race assistance, maintenance) are also possible.

For further information, please send an e-mail to a.lernoux@gilletvertigo.com or call +32 81 568444.

A visit of the vehicle is possible by appointment at this address: Rue Saucin 84, 5032 Isnes BELGIUM.

Merlyn & Swift Formula Fords

With interest in the Formula Ford class growing on the Hills year by year, here is an opportunity to purchase a classic Merlyn or a more modern, mono shock, Swift.

The Merlyn MK11A, with a Merlyn Chassis Plate Fitted (Number 224/FF/69) was imported by Cedric Selzer from South Africa in the early 90's. It was then rebuilt by Marc Selzer and has seen very little use in Sprint events since.

The engine has been rebuilt by Road & Stage of Morecambe (very low miles) and comes with its build sheet. It has in date seat belts but the Fire Extinguisher will need refilling. An excellent car. £26,995

The Swift SC92 comes with a low mileage engine, an LD200 Gearbox, in date belts and fire extinguisher.
It would make an i
deal Heritage Series Pre 93 Hillclimb Class car. Ready to race. £13,500

Contact Andrew Henson on 07761549454 or by email at andrewhenson@btinternet.com

Merlyn MK 11A

Swift SC92

OMS CF04 Less Engine

This is an ex factory, multi championship winning car - Chassis No 100

It has a carbon tub, carbon wings and floor

It is firred with Penske dampers, an uprated LD200 gearbox with wide 1st gear and strong side plate

ROPS certificate

Slicks and wets

Ex Drivers include Steve Owen, Peter Hamilton, John Chacksfield, Jim MacDiarmid

It is in excellent condition


Contact Andrew Henson: 07761 549454 or andrewhenson@btinternet.com

Radical SRV8

The specification includes:
  • 2.8l V8 engine
  • Life Racing Ecu with data logging
  • Paddleshift with auto downshift blipper
  • Quaife 6 speed sequential gearbox
  • FIa spec Atl fuel cell
  • Intrax Triple Adjustable Dampers
  • High Downforce Bodywork including dive planes and rear diffuser
  • Carbon rear spoiler
  • 280mm brakes, 4 piston calipers, new front floating discs and pads all round start of 2019
  • Single seat conversion
  • fire eater system
  • Stack data logging system and steering wheel display
  • Oil preheaters x3
Yhe car has been highly maintained and has been very competitive in Irish hillclimbs for a number of years. 

It comes with a large spares package including 10 spare wheels, rear bodywork, new front splitter and much more. Originally a full carbon car, currently weighing 650kg with 30l of fuel.

Quick Sale Wanted

Change of class for 2020 season reason for sale!

Contact Alan Cassells at alancassells2001@hotmail.com

Reard engined MK1 Ford Fiesta - 527bhp

A rear engined 1983 MK1 Ford Fiesta, MOT’d and road legal with 526.8 bhp and weighing 820kg. It is a real one off car built to a very high standard. A reliable and strong car in show condition. The specification includes:

ST170 engine
Fully forged Wossener pistons
PEC Rods
King bearings
GT 30-76 gen 2 Garret turbo
Kent valve springs
New valves
ARP head bolt kit
ARP conrod bolts
90mm throttle housing
Zewspeed one off plenum
Tial wastegate
One off exhaust manifold
Big intercooler
3” boost pipes alloy/silicone
Stainless water pipes
2x Bosch o44 genuine pumps
Alloy fuel tank
Alloy swirl pot
Torques fittings throughout
Race spec battery
Alloy battery holder
Braided fuel lines
RS Ap racing clutch
Plastic 5mm windows all round (non scratch)
Siemens 850 injectors
Coil on plug conversion
Sytec fuel pressure regulator
Cosworth 3 bar map sensor
Omex 710 management
Omex bespoke loom
Electric water pump
Cosworth Alloy radiator
New pads and discs
Coilovers all round
Gizmo V4 boost controller with 4 settings:
1= 320bhp

I’ve driven her in setting 1 and I tried 2 but I’ve not tried 3 or 4 yet

Mtx 75 gearbox
Quaife diff
Diesel gear set up
Painted underneath

The car has no rust and has been kept in a carpeted garage with heating.  I’ve not driven it in the rain and wouldn’t .

The Interior has:
Alloy foot plates
Flocked dash
Race tech gauges
Quick release steering wheel
Fire extinguishers x 2
Hydro carbon handbrake
Buckets seats with 5 point harnesses
Driver and passenger fans

Willwood 4 pots on front
Willwood brake servo
Willwood clutch servo
Rear disc conversion

All of the above is brand new only covered covered 600miles. I have most of the receipts to prove the parts. The car comes on 13” compomotive alloys and was used at the Classic Ford show 2019 as the unveiling car. It was centre stage Classic on the Ford stand at the Ford Fair 2019 .

The tuning has been carried out by Chris Todd and the build was finished this year and took 2 years at a cost of £28k excluding my labour, pizzas, Costa coffees and headache tablets! The engine and gearbox are very easy to remove and it has been designed so that you can remove one or the other or both at the same time. This would make an insane road car as I fully well know or a crazy track or hill climb car.

I am open to offers but please do not waste my time with low offers. I’ve built this car from the ground up and I know every nut and bolt but my heart has always been set on a MK2 escort so that’s why I’m selling it. Part exchange is possible for a MK2 Escort.

Call me on 07594947965 call or message me. Or email at benngibbs75@hotmail.co.uk

Videos available by WhatsApp if needed but no test drives unless I am happy you have the insurance and means of payment.

1978 Lola T492 ‘HU21’

The oldest Lola T492 on the UK Lola Register is now for sale after a full engine and chassis rebuild by Sports 2000 specialist Andy Cattani.

‘HU21’ was one of the five cars imported into the US by Carl Haas in 1978 to kickstart the Sports 2000 class in North America and is believed to be the only survivor. It was raced in the SCCA by Milwaukee-based Mark Daniels and later by Nick Slevin of Newport Beach who took it to the 2004 Historic Sportscar Racing West S2000 Championship. Nick’s HSR West logbook forms part of an extensive history file that comes with the car.

It was re-imported into the UK in 2012 by club racer Steve Baker who has since commissioned the rebuild and now offers it for sale.

As well as a rebuild of the Ford Pinto engine and Hewland gearbox the car features a new clutch, new brake calipers, new exhaust, adjustable Quantum suspension and new bodywork. The original front bodywork and a stack of spares including a set of wets on rims and quick-lift jack come with the car.

The car is located in West Sussex at sports and classic car dealership ‘Lightning Quarter Garage’ where it can be viewed. Contact Neil or Mark on 01403 289719 for further details.

In the showroom

Other competitors' view!

In the cockpit

1992 Swift SC92F Formula Ford

This car was the 2014 Champion of Mondello and, following a complete rebuild, has competed in the HSA Speed Championahip for the last two seasons.

After being imported from Ireland, it underwent a total rebuild including a fresh Scholar Kent motor, rebuilt Hewland gearbox, rebuilt shocks, rebuilt starter motor, new carb and fuel pump and much more. The car has since run faultlessly for two seasons in HSA Speed Championship in the growing Pre '94 Formula Ford Class. It also took part in the Hillclimb Masters in St Goueno, France.

It comes with all FIA kit in place and in date, ROPS certificate, and MSA Passport with no endorsements, a large file of bills, set-up guide and ready to race.

Spares and paddock equipment available by separate negotiation.


Contact Geoff Lancaster on 07860 562659 or 01406 490087


The (My) Last Jedi:

One of the very few cars in the British Sprint Championship to complete all the rounds in 2017 as it did in 2016. It has regularly made the BSC Top 12 Run Off, finishing 12th overall in 2016 and 11th in 2017.

It’s an LWB MK6 with all ‘MK7’ upgrades. Importantly, it has the factory approved ROPS with MSA paperwork, extra footbox diagonals, upgraded cockpit diagonals, etc. It has, and runs, with the full circuit foot protection, etc., things which are often discarded by others and the car has an absence of the usual appalling butchery.

The car is fitted with a Suzuki GSXR1000K2 with all the usual internal components essential to maintain reliability. It has a stock ECU and is mapped, happy on 97octane pump fuel and just (and I do mean ‘just’) rebuilt. By rebuilt, I mean new rings/shells/Cometics/etc.

The rear drivetrain is not the usual Jedi/Mini. It has a Quaife/Radical ATB differential on bespoke carriers, through to Lobro joints, lightweight driveshafts honed from finest unbreakium, factory billet drive flanges and HD CV joints. It hasn’t broken yet - only the bank balance.

It also comes with stainless manifolding, AP Brakes, factory alloy AVO’s, STACK dashboard, Jedi billet wheels with reasonably fresh A15’s and a 2nd set of wheels with A15 wets.

It also comes with a Race-Technology DL1 data logger, full UK (the BSC calendar, England, Wales, NI and even Scotland) logged circuit and running data supplied with car (especially great to have if you’re a newbie). There are a few smaller circuits in there as well.

Offered as a complete ready to run package, with spare unused unbreakium driveshafts, vast sprocket range, a range of calibrated springs, tailored weatherproof cover and anything else I can actually find,

It's set up for simple, reliable, easy independent running (no starter battery/personnel required whatsoever). Just sit in it and drive. It really is that good (usually).

All for £13,000.

It is located in the East Midlands, contact: inversegate@gmail.com

At Kirkistown

At Pembrey

At Knockhill

Engine bay


Using a works-spec HF 1600 engine and gearbox in a 1968 Fulvia 1300 chassis, the car is currently in hillclimb/sprint/race trim but comes with a V5 and could be easily prepared for road use.

Registered in the UK as a Fulvia Rallye HF 1600, it was built in 1990. It has a Group 4 exhaust manifold and free-flow exhaust system, race cams, gas-flowed head, balanced crank and rods and twin 45 Webers. The car has been raced in the Italian Intermarques and HSCC series and has competed in various sprint and hillclimbs, including the Vernasca Silver Flag. It has had regular maintenance and engine and gearbox overhauls.

It comes with an RAC MSA Competition Log Book and a comprehensive history file.

Stylish fun and great value at £19500.

The car is in West Sussex. Call Mark or Neil on 01403 289719 for more info or to arrange a viewing.


Regrettably work commitments have changed and I no longer am able to continue this as a hobby.  We are therefore selling our OMS PR so that somebody else can enjoy driving it. The car drives superbly, and has been recently fully serviced along with shock absorber seal replacements, new throttle cable, it is fully ready for 2023 or 2024 season use. It weighs in at just over 300KG when configured for Hillclimbing, the seat has a rear insert which can be removed for drivers taller than 6ft.  The current insert suits 5"10>5"11 height.

Engine/Setup Specification:
Powertec ZZR1100 (Powertec security tag still in place), running circa 180bhp without the RamAir filters.
Genuine Keihin FCR39's (not long been serviced and kept ultra clean with 2 stage fuel filtering).
Clutchless upshift.
Kawasaki Alternator so you do not need to jump start the car with an external battery :)
Ford Cosworth Limited Slip Diff.
High Down force lightweight front wing (over 600g lighter than Carbon fibre alternatives), secondary planes adjustable.
4x Hockenheim wheels as shown on the vehicle, with very good condition AVON slicks (6.2/20-13 A92) and (9.0/21-13 A92)
Tracknite digital RPM counter and shift light sequencing, battery, stall warning and engine run timer (Racetech rev counter still functions alongside)
AP Racing brakes with drilled disks all round.
AVO adjustable Shocks, all serviced.
Genuine lightweight OMP Formula Quadro steering wheel with a quick release mechanism.
19 Row Setrab oil cooler and custom oil hoses to suit the OEM sizes - supplied by Earls Performance with custom bracketry.
Electric fan with manual switch
Secondary SFI foam filled fuel tank to provide additional runtime for circuits with contactless fuel level sender (no float to worry about)
Custom flashing fuel warning light relay setup with 12v solenoid changeover valve, by using a manual switch to activate reserve tank to ensure safe return to the paddock in a low fuel warning event or to run an empty primary tank for shorter runs only.
Cartek FIA Rain light with hazard flashing mode.
Lifeline MSA lightweight mirrors
Manual Fire Extinguisher hidden in the side air pod
Varley Red Top battery with cut-off switch.

Full MSA Log Book, and Scrutineered until 2032.
Scroth Harnesses’ - Expiry Date 2026.
MSA ROPS Certification
Gearbox final drive graphs
ECU Rolling Road graph
Various setup guides, wiring diagrams and receipts etc.
Wiring diagrams

Spares :
Full set of black spare wheels with 4 Avon Wets, plenty of life remaining.
Full set of silver spare wheels with 4 Avon Slicks, perfect for practices.
Long-reach BG Racing Jack
2x waterproof Covers, 1 lightweight for paddock use, 1 custom tailored waterproof cover for full coverage at meetings, or during transport.
4x Tyre covers for paddock manoeuvres.
Many more spares included such as spare racing numbers, driveshafts, wheel bolts, fluids and oils etc.


Any questions please contact Martin on 07425922415 (including whatsapp) or Email flashbsd@gmail.com


1969 Lotus 61MX / 1968 Russell Alexis Mk14/15 - NOW SOLD -

1969 Lotus 61MX £23,950
1968 Russell Alexis Mk14/15 £19,950
These two Historic Formula Fords have graced the hills for many years, both in modified and standard trim. They are both absolutely immaculate and ready to use.
Grant Cratchley's Lotus was originally restored in New Zealand by preparation specialists Formtool Engineering in 2000, and has subsequently benefited from: engine rebuild and new clutch (Aldon Engineering), gearbox rebuild (McClurg Motorsport), geometry set up (McClurg Motorsport), conversion to external water pipes (Peter Denty) as well as replacement battery, silencer, driveshaft couplings, master cylinders, brakes and regular fluid changes. It is complete with a set of FF steel wheels with tyres, a fitted cover, tonneau and a history file including invoices for work carried out, a Motorsport UK log book and NZ papers. 
Andy Tippett's Russell Alexis was totally rebuilt 15 years ago and subsequently maintained to a very high standard. Initially a 2006 class champion in Formula Ford specification, the car was further developed and won the historic championship outright in 2007 and 2010 in various states of tune. It is now back in Formula Ford specification except for alloy wheels and an electric fuel pump. The original steel wheels and mechanical fuel pump are included in an excellent spares package. Complete with a detailed history file and a Motorsport UK Log Book.
For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk

Austin Healey 100/6 -3 litre Manufactured in January 1959 -800 EAC - NOW SOLD -

Austin Healey 100/6 -3 litre Manufactured in January 1959 - 800 EAC 
I have been competing the Big Healey in Hillclimbs & Sprints in U.K. Jersey & France for the past 25 years .During that period it has acquired several class records . It was rebuilt to "Works Rally spec" by Maurice Jennings prior to my purchase & subsequently converted for Speed Events .Alan Cameron maintained & upgraded it for several years before Richard Mason ( Top Garage Big Healey specialist) took over the job & brought 800 EAC to its now Highly Competitive level producing 237 BHP (Aldon Automotive Rolling Road ) Bias braking is by Disc front & Alfin rear served by twin master cylinders. Richard has also upgraded the suspension etc , to take the car to an outstanding handling level .
Dennis Welsh parts steel crank shaft & con rods , pocketed block , alloy competition head , Cosworth pistons, roller rockers , twin plate Competition clutch , Lightweight pushrods & cam followers are fitted.Tulip gearbox with Overdrive ,high deflection prop ,4.3 LSD & uprated half shafts Triple Weber carbs , A roll bar is fitted & a black tonneau cover protects the nicely patinated cockpit .
Fo more details please call either Pat Cooper 01604 863397 or Rich Mason @ Top Garage 01885 483342 

To build now 135K   Bargain @ £ 75,000

1960 Mallock U2 Mk2 Sports Racer - NOW SOLD -

1960 Mallock U2 Mk2 Sports Racer         
Serial Number: U2-4
Engine Number: 105E12508
Logbooks: CAMS Historic, CAMS cert
Price: £17,000
The car holds the Historic group LB records for Mt. Arapat, Mt. Leura., Victoria, Australia.  It won the Victorian Hill Climb Championship in 2019.
Engine: Ford 105E fitted with Cosworth crank, rods, pistons, steel flywheel
Fuel System: Alloy 12 Litre, new fuel pump February 2021
Oil/Water System: new front water rad, never overheats.  oil cooler fitted
Electrical System: new battery, high voltage coil
Gearbox: Ford 105E, fitted with Hollinger gears, synchro on first
Final Drive: BMC A series as new
Body: Alloy (polished) silver painted bonnet and nose
Chassis: space frame, unmarked
Dampers: Lotus coilover front, 1/4 elliptic rear
Front Suspension: split front axle, Ford, excellent condition
Rear Suspension: 1/4 elliptic rear springs, Koni adjustable shocks
Steering: modified rack and pinion
Brakes: drum all around, dual master cylinder, balance bar
Wheels: presently fitted with alloy wheels.
Weight: 430Kg all up
Interior: vinyl black seats, fire ext. chrono tach with tell-tale, oil press, water temp
Spares: 2 axle ratios (set up on aluminium nose piece), Ford Anglia gearbox
New while in UK: Plugs, Weber air filters, rear brake shoes, clutch slave, rear hub seals, Aeroquip front and rear brake lines.
Contact: Phil Costen p.costen@surrey.ac.uk 07786 063662
Location: Surrey              


Alfa 2000 GTV - NOW SOLD -

1975 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV         £39,950.00 
This lovely example was the subject of an extensive bare metal restoration in Germany during 2004/5, with a full photographic record on file. It was subsequently purchased by the current owner from Gallery Aaldering in 2018. Beginning with a full inspection from marque specialists Peter Smart Classic Alfas the owner then commissioned a programme of works intended to upgrade the Alfa into a competitive hillclimb car.

Work carried out by specialists included an engine rebuild incorporating:

Crankshaft checked and polished
Ported head
High compression pistons
Fast road/rally cam
Uprated valve springs
Lightweight steel flywheel
Alloy carb mounts
GTA trumpets
123 electronic ignition
High geared starter motor

A subsequent rolling road tune showed a healthy 162 bhp, and the Alfa was further enhanced by the addition of a Gripper LSD and an uprated front anti-roll bar. The history file includes invoices totalling in excess of £15,000 relating to the work carried out, and the car has travelled approximately 500 miles since, including one hillclimb at Shelsley Walsh.

Complete with a current V5, a reproduction instruction book, a sump guard and the original airbox, diff and Nardi steering wheel.
For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk

Midget/Sprite 1973 “ Kermit “ - NOW SOLD -

Midget/Sprite FR06 EYE, 1973 the well known Hillclimb & Sprint car “ Kermit “ WINNER of the HEALEYSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP in 2018.

“A series“ Midget block bored 1380 cc Weber 45 DOCE. Long inlet pipes with K&N Air Filter Polished and ported head, new valves, Omega pistons, Titan roller rockel, ightened & balanced flelectric water pump & Kenlowe Fan fitted to Alloy Radiator, oil cooler, oil catch tank, bigger competition clutch , straight cut 4 speed Gearbox , Limited Slip Differential, uprated half shafts hi torque starter, Stack rev counterrace seat with 4 way harness, fire extinguisher fitted, working Lights.

Lowered suspension, adjustable rear shock absorbers & Panhard Rod fitted, purpose made Alloy fuel tank with Facet fuel pump, front disc brakes with Triangle strengthened brackets added, (all within Healeysport regs) , full maniflow exhaust system, Minator Alloy Wheels 13 x 5.5 fitted with Kuhmo soft compound tyres. Full roll cage with purpose made Tonneau cover, lightweight fibreglass bonnet, doors & boot lid. Finished In Kawasaki green.

Road legal.

At the reduced price of £13,500

Email :- cjgale@live.co.uk Call :- 07710 320173

Car in Bath Area.

Chevron B48 Rover V8 - NOW SOLD -

Chevron B48 Rover V8    £39,950.00
Chevron’s F2 B48 was based on the monocoque of the B42 but incorporated revised aerodynamics and suspension by Tony Southgate to incorporate ground effects. This is chassis number B48-08-79 which was run by the factory for Patrick Galliard in 1979. It is also believed to have been driven as a development car by Riccardo Patrese at the end of season Macau event in 1978.

The B48 was subsequently raced by Eddie Jordan and Brian Robinson, who eventually converted it to a Donington GT car with a Lotus Espirit body. The car then found success in speed events, where it was converted back to a single seater, fitted with a V8 and won several class awards and also FTD at the Shelsley Walsh classic meeting. For full history please see https://www.oldracingcars.com/chevron/b48/

The Chevron’s impressive specification includes a JE Engineering 5.0 Rover V8 on down-draught Dellortos, FG gearbox and slicks and wets on Dymag wheels. With impressive power and torque the car is highly entertaining to drive and still represents a competitive proposition for classic hillclimbs. Alternatively it could be converted back to F2.

Complete with 5 spare ratios, running spares, MSA log-book and a detailed history file reflecting the significant sums spent on converting and maintaining this lovely example. Great value for money.

For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk

1963 MG Midget Hill Climb Car - price reduced - NOW SOLD -

For sale due to retirement - a 1963 car with a good solid chassis and all steel bodywork with Honeybourne Mouldings fibreglass bonnet and boot. Roll over bar, Astrali 14 inch steering wheel, Smith's stepper motor rev counter, Lumunition rev limiter, low pressure oil warning light, oil temperature gauge, Revotek electric fan, purpose built 12.5 litre alumium fuel tank mounted under the boot floor, 2 Facet Gold fuel pumps switched to change over, new ethanol fuel piping throughout lagged for heat protection andFilter King adjustable pressure filter with separate gauge for adjustment.

Rose jointed 5/8 inch front anti roll bar - adjustable front lever arm dampers just fitted - lowered from springs - negative camber trunnion joints - Peter May Engineering extra arm front damper kit - 8 leaves removed as was done in period from the rear quarter elliptic springs to dampen suspension - rose jointed rear traction rods - converted to use AVO adjustable rear vertical telescopic dampers - panhard rod - car corner weighted by previous and set up by previous owner - handles really well. Balanced prop shaft with recent new universal joints.
Currently using 4.875 limited slip differential newly set up. Uprated Peter May Engineering half shafts - double roller bearing rear hubs.
Aero screen that can be fitted once the windscreen is removed (2 nuts and bolts and 2 set screws and it is off. A matter of a few minutes.
Original Frog Eye Sprite seats which are supremely comfortable with plenty of support and the car runs as road going so there is no need to get involved with after market racing seats and seat belts that are lifed and dated.
Head rest for driver fitted at scrutineers request.
Minilite 5.5J wheels with Avon ZZS 155/55 x 13 tyres - plus 2 spare Avon ZZS tyres. These are really good and are the expensive control tyres for the Caterham racing series.

4 pot Wilwood front brakes with Green Stuff pads - standard rear brakes just refurbished with new brake shoes - twin circuit system with modified brake box with balance bar.

OSB built 1380cc engine built for torque in 2019 before pandemic - not a lot of use since - race head with one piece valves (cost £1000 plus -engine builder will only fit one piece valves ) unleaded valve seats - MED 1.5 ratio roller rockers, these alone cost£ 600 - Swift Tune SW 10 cam with Swift Tune variable timing double chain cam kit - Omega racing pistons - centre main bearing strap - Peter May Engineering steel flywheel balanced with very recent new Peter May Engineering 7 and 1/2 inch clutch and clutch plate and new roller bearing clutch release. Correct Aldon matched distributor with Aldon electronic ignition - Peter May Engineering engine steady bar - Baffled sump. Setrab oil cooler with separately mounted oil filter. Lightweight DMS racing battery - super powerful and a spare normal battery.
Hi torque Powerlite starter motor. Weber 45 DCOE on long Maniflow inlet manifold. Maniflow exhaust manifold and custom made 2 and 1/4 inch bore exhaust system silencer across the rear of the car. Special large radiator. The car never overheats.
Built for torque - very usable and will pull from just below 1000 rpm - rev limiter set at 7000 rpm.

Standard rebuilt gearbox.

All finished off with a custom made tonneau cover and good standard hood.

Spares that can be purchased:
A spare MG Midget 1275 engine complete (dismantled) - spare standard gearbox - spare 1/4 elliptic rear axle with backplates and brake drums + spare 4.875 diff - 1 spare 4.55 diff.

Price £10,500

Contact: Keith Wilson, Tel No 07802 709131 & Email keithwilson860@gmail.com


Very reluctantly due to health issues, I am having to offer for sale my original and unique ALDON Sports Racing Car.

The ALDON was originally built and designed by myself and Don Loughlin as one of the first monocoque chassis racing cars of the late ‘60s early ‘70s. It was designed to take a variety of engines that could be used in various formulae.
We built it first for the initial F100 Sports cars series using a BMC 1300 engine racing against the likes of the legendary Tom Pryce in the works Royale. It was also part of the F100 team that competed in the Thruxton 6hr relay along with Mark Cole (Eurosport and Hot Car Editor) Lyndon “Taffy” Thorne and John Calvert.  The team came 2nd overall only a lap down after 6 hours and 509 miles’ racing, the Aldon shared by Alan and Lyndon doing 350 miles faultlessly!
Lyndon then purchased the car and converted it to a Gp5 car with a 1300 Cosworth FVA engine and raced in the 1972/3 Motoring News/Esso Championship winning the 1300 class and 2nd overall both years.
It was then purchased by the Hart brothers John and Gregg and raced very successfully in the 1980s HSCC championships, winning five of its six races.
Marcus Pye, former editor of Autosport purchased it off the Harts and took it to the USA and with driver Phil Meany it competed at Laguna Seca, Watkins Glen and Virginia raceway, winning the SCCA 1600cc class and many other races.  They wanted to put it into the 2 litre class due to disgruntled Lotus 23, Merlyn and Elva drivers!

I bought it back from the USA in 2008 with the winning 1600 Lotus T/C engine and converted it to run in the HSA and Midland Hillclimb Championship being very successful with
2nd overall and class winner in the 2010 MHC and FTD at Prescott Classic meeting. 2nd FTD Shelsley Classic Meeting Class record Shelsley Walsh 31.05 Class Record Loton Park 55.18 Class record Curborough and numerous class and overall awards. The car is perfectly suited for circuit racing, sprints and hillclimbs.
Spec of the car includes:
Monocoque Chassis with side pods that take bag tanks but has a small alloy tank inserted at the moment for the hills.  Fibreglass body (original moulds included).

Short Stroke all-steel 1,600cc Lotus T/C engine built by a leading USA engine specialist with steel billet crank, steel billet camshafts, Carillo rods and custom forged pistons. We have dyno figures from the States of 200bhp @7,700 rpm and peak torque of 141.2 @6800 rpm but to be honest, we have only seen 175/180 on our dyno! Still good though!  The engine has been completely reliable over the years I have had it, with only a couple of freshen-ups required.  It is very easy to drive up to 9,000rpm with no flat spots or black holes. Twin plate racing clutch. 2 x 45 DCOE Webers, electronic ignition.

Hewland Mk 8 4/5 speed box (rebuilt by JP racing at Silverstone few years ago.  LSD (also rebuilt by JP)

Koni Alloy fully adjustable dampers-rebuilt by Koni
8 x 13 and 10 x 13 split rims with spare set of wheels and tyres
At present on Brabham rear uprights but original Aldon units available along with a few spares. Solid spline hardy drive shafts. Avon classic pattern tyre.  Willans in date harness. Stack play back Tacho. MSA log book and HSCC vehicle identity forms.

The car is all ready to go but needs a bit of TLC as it has only done a few events in the last three years, with none this year. The chassis will easily take an 1800 BDG and FT200 g/box to upgrade
I am open to offers but feel the car with such providence and success is sensibly priced at £29,500.
Contact Alan Goodwin (W) 01384 572553 (H) 01384 372270 info@aldonauto.co.uk

Renault Clio 200 Cup - NOW SOLD -

2009 Renault Clio 200 Cup.79200 miles. Ideal sprint/hillclimb/trackday car. Road legal. MOT expires January 2023.  Interior trim and rear seats removed. Fitted with 2xOMP seats with OMP 4 point harnesses.  SW Motorsport rear cage.  Gaz gold coil overs with custom spring rate. Gear shift adapter with Quaife style gear knob. Godspeed J-Hook front brake discs. Standard rear discs. HEL braided lines front and rear. Clio 200 roof spoiler. Lightweight rear diffuser.  Four new Nankang NSR-2 tyres. Four spare wheels with Uniroyal road tyres.

£6,000 Ono.  Contact Tim Porter. 07817 200368

OMS CF 1997 Rolling Chassis - updated ad - NOW SOLD -

OMS CF 1997

Rolling Chassis

Immaculate early carbon car in indigo blue

Carbon tub

McBeath/DJ carbon front wing

MP62 bellhousing

LD200 with cam and pawl LSD

Nose cone, engine cover and seat moulds.

Would take Vauxhall, Duratec or similar or could be converted back to motorcycle format for GSXR.

£ 5,750 ONO

£ 4,750 without LD 200.

Clamshell AMF trailer in silver. Tows beautifully. £1,250.

Please call Robin Hunt to discuss: 07767784336; rbn.hunt@btinternet.com.


1972 Brabham BT38 - NOW SOLD -

The BT38 was the first monocoque production Brabham, and the designation applied to F2, Formula Atlantic and F3 versions. The owner of this stunning example has carried out and commissioned extensive research into its history. Starting out as an F3 car run by the Australian International Racing Organisation of Brian Mcguire and future world champion Alan Jones, it was subsequently used in Irish Formula Atlantic, re-tubbed and became a very successful hillclimb car in the Channel Islands.

Purchased by the current owner in 2013, and benefitting from a full nut and bolt Edginton Racing restoration to Formula Atlantic specification in 2014, including a new upright, new wishbones, Konis, springs, bodywork, radiators, bag tanks, two sets of new wheels, a full chassis analysis and professional set up. The car was attractively finished in Graham Hill/Jägermeister livery and went on to compete successfully in HSCC events in 2014 and 2015.

Following a period of inactivity the BT38 had a full recommission and conversion to F2 specification by Edginton Racing in 2020, including a new clutch, dampers, high pressure fuel pump, pre-warmer and safety equipment.

The Brabham has not been used since and is offered as a rolling chassis ready for the installation of a BDG or BDA.  Complete with a detailed history file, current (Atlantic) HTP and a useful spares package. In superb condition and would make a great classic hillclimb car.

Price £39,950 ono. For further details please see www.adamsykes.co.uk or call Damon Milnes on 07802 779301

2001 Force PT Hayabusa - NOW SOLD -

2001 Force PT, the ex Findlay Whyte car, with full carbon tub. Suzuki Hayabusa, bored to 1400cc by Extreme Engines.

GWR Raptor front and rear wing, mono shock front suspension, Koni shocks all round. Recent new brake discs all round and new rear hubs.  2 sets of wheels, one set with Pirelli ultra soft tyres and one set of Avon wets.

Comes with trailer.

For more information call 07738358904

£15000 o.n.o.


Built to highest standard by Tony Pashley in 1997 and as shown in his book on how to build motorcycle-engined single seaters (copy included!). Body designed by Williams GP Engineering. Carbon wings and body top. In excellent condition. Inspection essential! It is a “Shelsley Special”. Easy to drive but also successful.

MSUK compliant roll-over bar. In-date seat belts.

1100cc Suzuki GSX-R with 5 speed “flat-shift” and shift light. Gearbox driving to Fiesta XR2i Quaife differential. 4 Keihin FCR-39 carbs. Starts on the button. Alternator (Plug-in battery not needed). Brembo brakes. 12 Dymag wheels with tyres.

FTDs at Cadwell Park and Llandow.

Held class records at Barkston Heath, Cadwell Park, MIRA, and Pembrey.

British Sprint Championship, winner 1100cc racing car class 2008, 2009, 2011

Midland Speed Championship, winner 1100cc racing car class 2009

Midland Speed Championship, runner-up 1100cc racing car class 2006, 2007

Midland Speed Championship, winner, best prepared car 2008 (before the rebuild!)

Fastest Shelsley Special - Rossiter Trophy - winner 3 years.

Plus lots of class wins and in 4 years of British Sprint Championship events, the car achieved over 30 “V8 kills”.

All achieved by an OAP – what could YOU do?

Loads of spares & tools with it. On the button and ready to go!

Offers based on £ 9,000

Send for detailed specification and details of spares & tools included.

Contact Jonathan Toulmin: 01789 731332 or jonathan@toulmin.info


This car is Chassis no.34 and has not been used for about 9 years in my possession due to bad health/illness so is a stalled project requiring some small jobs to finish.  The person I bought it off told me it had been previously unused for approx ten years also.

It is currently 'on the button' fitted with a Suzuki GSXR K7 1000cc engine tuned by BSD Performance for which I have the invoice.

Previously fitted with a Yamaha FZR 1000cc engine which upon the demise of this engine, decided to fit the Suzuki unit with all modifications required, performed by Jedi Racing Cars, including chassis repaint,  I have the invoice.

Engine is fitted with a billet sump by Riltech Racing also wiring loom by same company.

All new fuel system including small tank capacity for hillclimbs plus original tank.

Custom made exhaust by Zero.

Car was professionally rewired by Mono Motorcycles.

It also comes with Box Trailer with electric winch and wheel rack plus chassis stands, racing jack, selection of sprockets.

I have spent a small fortune on this car but just don't have the energy for it anymore.

£8,750 ono

Please contact me (Dom) for queries/info on  07815091568

OMS CF04 -price further reduced! - NOW SOLD -

A really nice OMS CF04 carbon fibre tub single seater race car with Yamaha R1 (998cc) engine with factory kit ECU.

The car is mechanically A1 and has had only two owners from new. It has not had a lot of use being stored for several years before the present owner bought it in 2020 and has used it in the 2020 and 2021 hillclimb seasons.

It is a good specification with a larger capacity fuel tank and radiator fitted making it ideal for sprints or hillclimbs. The car has a new E.B.C. heavy duty carbon clutch fitted as well as an uprated E.K. drive chain and Penske dampers all round.

It comes complete with two sets of wheels fitted with good condition slicks and wets, as well as a spare radiator, the original small fuel tank, spare new EK chain, a new spare carbon fibre nose cone and the option of a proshift clutchless gear shift system. The car is self starting with inboard battery complete with short and full engine cover.

All ready to compete. £13,500

Contact Bob Penrose at:

penroseroberta@gmail.com or on 07831 349856


Ford Duratec 2.0litre engine prepared by Raceline (250 bhp):
    • Steel rods
    • Forged pistons
    • Lightened and balance flywheel
    • Polished and ported Big Valve cylinder head
    • Uprated valve springs
    • Race cams
    • Jenvey throttle bodies
    • MBE ECU
    • Raceline lowline dry sump system
    • Raceline stainless steel 4 into 1 exhaust manifold with matching silencer

    • 5 speed Ford type 9 straight cut race ratio gearbox with QUAIFE internals. Gearbox serviced in March 2021 
    • AP Racing clutch (drive plate replaced April 2021)
    • Raceline/Caterham lowline bell housing
    • Raceline high torque starter motor
    • AP LSD Differential 4.4:1 built by Barra Engineering in 2019
    • Ohlins front and rear adjustable shock absorbers
    • Tillet race seats
    • Dash2 instrument panel displaying engine revs, change lights, road speed, gears, oil pressure (with low pressure warning light), oil temperature, water temperature, alternator charging. The instrument is programmable (connection cable and manual supplied).
    • Momo suede removable steering wheel
    • Schroth 6 point racing harness (still in date)

    • Uprated brake master cylinder (serviced by AP in 2020)
    • Uprated 4 pot calipers on front brakes
    • AP racing calipers on rear
    • Brake lines replaced 2020

    • 3 sets of Caterham RS500 anthracite wheels (6 x 13 front and 8 x 13 rear)
    • CSR front wings (will accommodate 8” wide wheels)
    • Set of Pirelli Ultrasoft tyres (almost new all 8 x 13).
    • Set of Avon Wet tyres (8 x 13 and 6 x 13)
    • Set of Avon slick tyres (part worn 8 x13 and 6 x 13)

    • Foam filled race fuel tank
    • FIA battery kill switch

    • Painted in Ford Olympic blue with orange decals (removable)

    • Comes complete with lots of spares:
         Oil cooler (Mocal 10 row 235mm with brackets)
         Original dash and instruments (analogue)
         Cockpit cover (Soft Bits for Sevens)
         Brake bias valve
         Front indicators
         Side Mirrors
         Gears/bearings for 3.9:1 ratio differential

This Caterham had many sprint and hill climb class wins during the 2020 season at Shelsley Walsh, Curborough and Castle Combe.

Price £19000.

John Goodreds
07714 762073 / 01905 821729

A Brian James Minno trailer fitted with a high level tyre rack, ideal for transporting the Caterham, is available for £1300


1972 LOLA T300

Chassis HU12 was originally sold to Carl Haas in the US in March 1972 and driven by Gus Hutchison. Subsequent US owners include Eddie Miller, Dan Gardner and Mike Ferraro, before returning to the UK in 1985. Raced in HSCC events by John Beasley, Gary Pearson, John Harper and Nick Rini. Restored by Simon Hadfield in 2006 and raced regularly by Bruce Fullerton in Derek Bell Trophy events in 2007 and 2008, until accident damaged in 2009.

Following a period in storage, we have rebuilt the car using a specialist manufactured replacement monocoque, roll hoop and suspension components. Freshly painted in its original livery this stunning example has a low miles TT Motors engine, new clutch, bag tank, nose cone and wings.

Complete with a fascinating history file including SCCA Log Book, period programmes/results, copies of all previous FIA papers, correspondence with Hutchison and most recent programmes/results. It requires tyres, extinguisher and belts and is competitively priced to take account of this.  Would make a highly entertaining car for classic speed events. Sister car to the Lola campaigned by Peter Voigt.

Sensible offers or trades considered. Supply of brave pills included!

For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk


1989 VISION V89 CLUBMANS £12,950

This highly developed Clubmans began life as a very successful circuit car and has subsequently been converted to a turbocharged hillclimb and sprint contender with a very competitive power to weight ratio. 

A multiple class winner in hands of John Barnard in the 1996 and 1997 Castle Combe GT series, the car benefitting from extensive development from Gould Engineering during this time.

The Vision was then extensively rebuilt and modified to accept one of the special turbocharged K Series engines which were developed by Rover for the MG EXF project. The car has proved to be a competitive proposition in speed events over the years but has not been used since being immaculately prepared with a freshly rebuilt engine.

The V89’s impressive specification includes:

- Rover K series 1.4 Turbo which is unraced since a complete engine and turbo rebuild, coupled with a new Emerald ECU with switchable maps, boost control and launch control
- Quaife 4 Speed dog box with a triple plate AP clutch
- Lightweight chassis with immaculate bodywork and carbon fibre wings

With over 1,000 bhp per tonne the Vision has achieved numerous FTDs and class wins in its current form or alternatively the very rare EXF engine (one of five) could be sold to an MG enthusiast and the car reverted to circuit specification for the MSV Clubmans Sports Prototype Championship.  

Complete with extensive history and set up information, two sets of wheels, moulds, jigs and suspension parts.  Offered for sale again due to change of plans.  Sensible offers and part exchanges considered.

For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk

1963 Cooper T65 £69,950 (price reduced) - NOW SOLD -

Chassis FJ-15-63 first appeared at the 1963 Racing Car Show fitted with hydrolastic suspension and known as the Hydro Proto Car. This arrangement proved to be unsuitable and the car was converted to coil springs and run during that season in Formula Junior by the Tyrrell Racing Team. The Cooper then ran in International F3 in 1964 before being purchased by Peter Stewart who competed in Scottish races and hill climbs until 1970. The car was then laid up until 2007 and not used in competition until purchased by the current owner in 2009.

Very successful and reliable, the T65 has been campaigned continuously over the last 10 years, mainly in the FIA Lurani Championship where it won class E2 in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The T65 has raced at all the major Grand Prix Circuits and many other major events including Laguna Seca, Watkins Glen and the Vernasca Silver Flag. The T65 was invited to the Goodwood Revival in 2018 where it competed in the Chichester Cup.

The car is in race ready condition and is fitted with a very strong Swiftune engine with only 30 minutes running since rebuild. The six speed Jack Knight ERSA gearbox has had a major rebuild and has zero hours running since. The tyres have only been run at the Silverstone Classic and Goodwood and the T65 has current HTP papers expiring in 2026. It comes with a large spares package and is also eligible for Historic F3 Racing when fitted with a 1000cc engine. The correct F3 gearbox (requiring rebuild) comes with the car.

Complete with a detailed period documented history, including articles (with cut away drawings) in Autosport and Sports Car Graphic and all invoices and race results since purchased by the current owner in 2009. In excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition and would make a lovely classic hillclimb car.

£79,950 £69,950

For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or info@adamsykes.co.uk

2015 Caterham R300S - NOW SOLD -

This stunning Caterham was factory built and supplied new to its only owner in 2015. It has a very comprehensive specification, including:

• Sealed 420R Duratec race engine, producing 175 bhp
• 6 speed SADEV sequential gearbox with digital display
• Limited slip differential
• De Dion rear suspension
• Race specification steering rack
• Adjustable brake bias
• Bag tank
• New Avon ZZR race tyres on Caterham alloys
• Spare set of Caterham wet weather wheels and tyres (used once)
• Two seats with quick release 6 point harnesses
• FIA roll hoop with side impact protection
• Plumbed in fire extinguisher
• Momo quick release steering wheel
• Twin silencer exhaust system

The car has only ever been used on a restricted number of track days, in the hands of two mature ‘gentleman racers’ and has been meticulously prepared between events by an experienced historic race car preparer, with end of season checks and maintenance carried out by an official Caterham service agent. It has never suffered any accident damage and is in superb condition throughout. Complete with an additional large bore repackable side exit exhaust system and a useful spares package.

Absolutely on the button and ready to race, hillclimb, sprint or trackday.


For further details please contact Damon Milnes on 07802 779301 or sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk


Chassis 15 is believed to have been constructed from spares by the factory, around the time when Edenbridge was being closed down. As such it has no period history. It is however currently to F2 specification other than the engine, which is a Jennetts 2.0 litre Ford YB on carburettors. The gearbox is a period correct Hewland FG400 and the car runs on Compomotive and Melmag wheels.
Most recently used with some success by Peter Voigt in classic hillclimbs.  Presented in superb condition throughout and complete with an excellent spares package including an original TS15 tub with cockpit surround.
May alternatively be sold as a rolling chassis, complete with some original parts to convert to F2 or FA specification. 
Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or 01565 722151


A Subaru Impreza Classic GC8, 1995 

Reliable class winning car in ModProd over 2 litre (3C) 

423 bhp and 400+ ftlb forged engine by Ashley Wilkes, dyno sheets available

6-speed, 4 wheel drive with DCCD controller, plated R180 rear diff

Fully lightweighted to 1040 kgs, OMP 6-point cage, 4.5L plumbed in extinguisher

Anti-lag and launch control, 17 x 9 Team Dynamic rims / R888's, + 2nd set of rims/wets

Too much to list here, full spec sent on request.

Contact: davidkeer@talktalk.net   or 07726 328310

£10,300 inc spares

MCR S2 - Sports 2000 spec car - NOW SOLD -

This factory built MCR S2 is chassis No.  007  and was built in 2009.

MCR For Sale

It had a complete refurbishment in 2018 with latest owner, new bodywork, and has run successfully in the Sports 2000 Championship. It is also eligible for the OSS and other Sports Car championships and could be used in Hillclimbs and Sprints as a Libre car.

Ford Duratec 2 ltr inline 4 cylinder engine producing approx. 200 bhp
Racing dry sump system

5-piece lightweight fibreglass bodywork in orange and black
Single element carbon fibre composite rear wing with adjustable angle

Elite 5-speed sequential gearbox (5 forward, 1 reverse)

Pushrod/rocker activation of Quantum coil over damper unit at each wheel
Steel fabricated double wishbones all round
Simple anti-roll bar adjustment mechanism with easy access for bar changes
Ride height, camber and toe settings adjustable for each

Box tubular space frame construction with integral safety cage
Rack-and-pinion steering
Anti-intrusion side structures, stressed aluminium alloy panels
Aluminium crash box
45 ltr aluminium fuel cell for over 1 hour of running

Dual Wilwood master cylinders with dash board mounted brake bias adjustment
Front and rear Wilwood 4-pot aluminium racing callipers
255mm vented disks front and rear

Compomotive wheels, 6" x 13" front, 8" x 13" rears, centre lock, 2 sets

FIA approved 6-point safety harness . Mechanically operated plumbed in fire extinguisher


For more details please contact Tony Jarvis at:

01527 451499
07901 658755

More information can be obtained from Clive Hayes at MCR Race cars:
Unit 12 Broadlands Enterprise Park
Nine Wells
St Davids
SA62 6BR

07771 762145


This very successful and well developed Radical Prosport has an excellent specification and a current MSA vehicle passport.
1400cc RPE Suzuki Hayabusa engine with MBE dry sump system. MBE 9A4 ECU controlling engine and XoomBox ECU to control air paddle flatshift, traction control, launch control and data logging.

Later type front and rear clams with recessed latches and PR6 style high downforce side pods. High downforce front and rear diffusers and low drag high downforce dive planes. Deep rear carbon wing.
Intrax 3 way adjustable shocks with various springs. Nik link suspension with soft, medium and hard bars. Radical fully floating bigger brake kit. Custom made hardened driveshafts.
Currently fitted with a 12 litre custom made fuel tank but with the standard race tank also included, together with a fuel churn for refuelling. Two sets of Image centre lock wheels with Avon slicks and wets.
Excellent covered Brian James (clamshell) trailer available by separate negotiation.

Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or 01565 722151

Westfield SE Puma - NOW SOLD -

It is with a heavy heart but the time has come for my highly successful and much loved Westfield to go to a new home. I have had the car for 20 years and it has been developed and improved in every aspect. During my ownership I have won the Westfield Speed Series outright (and come 2nd overall 5 times), won the British Sprint Junior challenge, had uncountable class wins and set numerous class records in both road going and modified classes. No expense has been spared during my ownership in keeping it in tip top condition and specification. The asking price no way reflects the amount that I have lavished on it over the years.Road registered (but currently SORN) and complete with MSA competition car passport


  • Strengthened and uprated 1989 narrow body SE chassis by Procomp
  • Full Caged roll cage
  • Wide track rose jointed front suspension with aluminium hubs
  • Quantum double adjustable dampers correctly valved for car
  • 2.2 quick rack
  • HiSpec 4 pot calipers and lightweight discs
  • Aluminium rear calipers and lightweight discs
  • Bias floor mounted pedal box pedal box
  • Dry sumped Puma 1700 engine built and maintained by Protune running on Jenvey TBs and Emerald K6 ECU producing circa 220bhp / 150 ft/lb torque and revving freely and safely to near 9000rpm
  • Ultralight steel flywheel with 7.25" Quarter Master clutch. (fresh plate fitted)
  • Piper cams
  • Flowed head
  • Forged pistons
  • Steel con rods
  • Forged steel crank
  • Pace dry sump system
  • Lightweight Nippon Denso alternator
  • Elite 5 speed IL200 gearbox (freshly checked and updated by Elite)
  • Tran X plated LSD in strengthened English live axle with 4.44 crown wheel and pinion
  • SBD flatshifter
  • Quick release SPA steering wheel
  • 6 point TRS harness (driver), 4 point Willans (passenger)
  • Tillet seats (only one fitted at present but other is included)
  • 2 sets of Force Racing split rims (one with slicks, one with wets)
  • Lightweight bodywork (graphics can easily be removed if so desired)
  • Lightweight fuel tank
  • Lightweight Lithium battery to MSA spec
  • Carbon flared engine bay side panels
  • Lightweight radiator
  • Carbon front wings
  • Rear diffuser
  • Flat floor
  • Weight approx 465kg
 Currently in mod prod trim on slicks but comes with V5 and all parts to easily put back to roadgoing (lights, passenger seat and harness  but minus tyres). Lots of spares included including standard spare engine, drive shafts, rear arches, engine spares etc. Too much to list. Better you come and see for yourself and talk to me.
Price £17k ono (sum of parts alone is double this)

John 0797I 576848 / jloudon@usa.net (located Southam, Warwickshire)

OMS 2000M - NOW SOLD -

This car has been a fantastic introduction to single seaters. I'm only selling it as I have acquired another car/project. It is a well-known car that I have owned for the last 3 years and was originally built for Tim Wilson in 2001 and more recently run very successfully by Keith and Chris Green. It is the rare long cockpit version.

It has been a competitive clubmans car having given me regular event class wins as well as both HSA Speed and Midland Speed Championships class trophies.

Connaught tuned Honda CBR 1100 Blackbird (1137cc) engine, race cams, polished head, Keihin FCR41 flat-slide carbs
  • MIL flat shifter
  • MyChron 3 plus digital dash
  • MSA ROPS certification
  • Quaife QDF7ZR ATB Diff
  • 2 sets of centre lock wheels (1 set split rims, 1 set Compomotive CXR’s.
  • Various spares
  • MSA Logbook
  • ROPS Certificate
Shortly after buying the car I stripped it down and refurbished it including replacing wheel bearings and front brake discs along with checking or replacing rod ends where required. Since then I have replaced the diff, the CV & Tri-Lobe joints and driveshafts and fitted new front brake callipers. Recently stripped and checked over again prior to having fresh paint along with a new clutch.


Also available is a professionally covered Brian James Minno twin axle trailer with tyre rack and winch. Fits inside a single garage. £2500.00 (to be offered with the car).

Contact Mark on 07585 336079

2006 PORSCHE CAYMAN SV (price reduced) - NOW SOLD -

This is probably the ultimate Cayman, built and developed to a very high specification by specialists but never used in anger.

The ‘Pink Pig’ is a homage to the Le Mans Porsche 917 of the same name. Built from a bare shell with a fully integrated cage using Kevlar and plastic panels, GT3 RS alloy doors and highly developed ground effect aerodynamics.  Powered by a 420 bhp 3.9 litre engine with GT3 RS competition throttle bodies and a custom Pace dry sump system. Fitted with a Sadev sequential gearbox with paddle-shift, GT3 RS suspension and full datalogging systems.

Complete with a large history file and a significant spares package including a new custom supercharger kit which has never been fitted. Offered for sale at approximately a quarter of its development cost, and would make a superb hillclimb, modsports or track day car.

PRG Prosporter trailer also available by separate negotiation.

£69,950 £59,950

Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or 01565 722151

FORCE LM Sports Car - NOW SOLD -

This unique and highly successful Sports Libre car was built and maintained by Ian Dayson at Force Racing Cars. It is a regular FTD winner against single seat racing cars, perpetual class winner and multiple record holder.

Comprehensive specification includes:

  • Full carbon chassis with carbon tub, front crash box and rear carbon monocoque engine frame (the only Force LM with this important feature), all made by Panther Composites to F1 standards
  • Mono-shock Penske push rod front and twin Penske pushrod rear suspension with adjustable ARB
  • 8” and 12” centrelock wheels with slicks and wets
  • Highly developed aero with full width F1 multi-element front wing
  • 1340 supercharged hybrid Hayabusa engine with K8 bottom end, K6 head and Rotrex supercharger, producing 347 BHP. Built, set up, mapped and maintained by RLM
  • Full pneumatic paddle shift by Geartronics
  • LIFE F88 with auto O/P cut out
  • Engine control and full engine logging by LIFE
  • Chassis dynamics and summary engine data by AIM EVO4 with steering wheel mounted AIM display
  • CHASE on-board video system

This well-known car has benefitted from extensive testing and development, to the extent that it is within one second of the short course and two seconds of the long course outright records at Curborough – both held by 3.5 litre Goulds.


Contact Damon Milnes sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or 01565 722151


A Sylva Phoenix that comes with a 1,000cc AB Performance tuned Honda 2010 Fireblade engine, Power Commander, 185 bhp, Paddle Shift, Slipper Clutch. AB custom race exhaust, Sierra LSD, Gaz adjustable shocks. Recent FIA 5 point harness.

2½ sets Team Dynamics Race Wheels

1 Set Avon A15 Slicks (used)

1 Set Avon A15 Wets (used)

Well known & highly competitive car, well maintained and in excellent condition (a few marks on the bodywork). Won the Curborough Championship outright in 2013, many class wins in the Midland Speed Championship.

Has MSA logbook and was registered on a Q plate so could go roadgoing if required.

A quick, reliable yet easy to run car with some spare.

Price - £7,600

Many more photos available on request. Please contact d.bickley@hotmail.co.uk for further info.

1982 VAN DIEMEN RF82 FF2000 - NOW SOLD -

The RF82 was the most successful Formula Ford 2000 of its era, famously winning the 1982 British and European Championships in the hands of Ayrton Senna. It is currently the most popular chassis in the HSCC/URS Classic FF2000 championship which offers a great programme of historic motorsport at relatively low cost, and is also eligible for some great events in Europe.

This outstanding example has been meticulously prepared to a very high standard and been little used since. It is offered in totally race ready condition with a very low mileage Damico engine built from selected components. Supplied with a comprehensive and high-quality spares package with numerous new parts, including 8 wheels, new front and rear uprights, new front and rear wishbones, spare ratios, 2 spare noses (one new) complete with wings, rear wing assembly, etc. Literally everything you need to go racing, and worth well in excess of £2k - please contact us for a full list.

Most recently very successful in European hillclimbs and expertly maintained, with all major components lifed. Complete with HTP papers (expired), the car is fully FIA compliant, registered with the French racing federation and has a French logbook.An immaculate package.


Contact Damon Milnes sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or 01565 722151


Dellow Motors Ltd was launched by Ken Delingpole and Ron Lowe to produce rugged road-going sports cars for enthusiasts to use on trials, rallies and hillclimbs. They won numerous events in the late 1940s and early 1950s, including the Daily Express National Rally and the Circuit of Ireland Rally against strong opposition. Notable works drivers included future Grand Prix driver Peter Collins and future multiple hillclimb champion Tony Marsh.

CAB 282 is one of the best-known examples of the marque and is one of two survivors of the four prototypes built by Dellow immediately after WW2. It was first owned for Lewis Tracey who was very active in club motorsport in the early post war years. Unlike the later production Dellows it has an Austin 7 chassis but in common with most Dellows it has an 1172cc Ford engine and a Ford front axle. During the 1940s and 50s the car was used in a wide variety of trials, circuit events and hillclimbs as well as being used on the road.

The car had a period in storage and by the 1970s it had fallen into a rather tired state, but fortunately it came into the hands of Peter Seabrook-Harris who over time restored it to its current lovely condition. The Dellow starts on the button and on the road it is very lively and handles well. It is very sound with a sweet engine, an easy to use Ford three-speed gearbox, taut suspension, good steering and strong brakes. It is great fun to drive and ready for classic trials.

Complete with a very comprehensive history file including dozens of original black and white photographs, letters, event reports and articles from motoring publications. The file also includes several restoration photos and a film of the car made at the 2006 Dellows Meeting at Shelsley Walsh, where the car attracted much attention. Also a fascinating three page article by Michael Ware which was published by The Automobile magazine in June 2013.

This historically significant competition car would grace any collection.


Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or on 01565 722151

The 1947 Dellow

CAB 282 in fantastic condition

The Dellow competing in period


The history of this stunning A110 can be traced back to 1977 was exported from southern France to the USA. According to its first US owner the car looked as if it was used for competition, having virtually no trim, no ignition key (just a master switch) and various other competition features that were available in period from the factory, including a lightweight body, plexiglass rear screen, fibreglass bumpers (replaced with steel at some time), front mounted radiator, high ratio steering rack, close ratio 5 speed gear box (still 5 speed but no longer close ratio), removable rear cross member to aid rapid engine removal and substantial chassis reinforcing. The Gordini engine has a race cam and has been enlarged from 1255cc to 1296cc.

The car came to the UK in in the early 2000s, and is well-known to the Alpine Owners Club. Granted FIA papers in 2007 it was then campaigned in hillclimbs and sprints, including the Brighton Speed Trials and events at Prescott, Goodwood and in the Channel Islands. In 2012 the car was withdrawn from active competition and an engine rebuild and full body restoration was carried out, before the current owner (a classic car mechanic) bought it as a partly completed project.

The Alpine has subsequently been professionally re-trimmed.


Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or on 01565 722151

1970 Chevron B17C FVA - NOW SOLD -

This superb Historic F2 has a fully documented history and is in immaculate race ready condition having been professionally prepared and run to numerous class wins in recent years.

Owned by Western Australian Martin Bullock for the past eleven years, and raced in his homeland and in Historic F2 events throughout Europe. Martin has continued the car's successful heritage, which dates right back to Steve Thompson's dominant victory in the 1970 BOC Formula Libre Championship For many of the intervening years the Chevron had a distinguished career in hillclimbs, including in the hands of Guernseyman Philip Sandwith and more recently Ray Davies.

Fitted with a Richardson FVA which has competed in only two events since rebuild and fully race prepared to a very high standard. Ideal for the HSCC and Peter Auto F2 championships and the Derek Bell series, the Chevron would also be very competitive in Classic Hillclimbs.

Complete with a detailed history file, current HTP and an excellent spares package. A very well known and much admired car which is ready to win again.


Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or on 01565 722151

1965 TVR 1800S - NOW SOLD -

This lovely example is one of the best prepared competition cars we have ever seen, and is the result of a four year labour of love from its fastidious owner

The TVR was purchased as a barn find road car in 2006 and completely rebuilt, including:

  • fitting a new chassis with a bolt on body
  • lowering the driver's side floor by one inch to increase headroom
  • boring the original engine block to 1850cc and fitting a flat sided and polished Tuftrided QPQ crankshaft and Carrillo rods
  • fitting a Peter Burgess gasflowed and polished cylinder head with bigger valves, and a Kent 719SP camshaft
  • rebuilding the original C/R gearbox
  • replacing the whole wiring system to incorporate relays
  • ceramic coating the exhaust manifold (inside and out) and the inlet manifold
  • setting up the car to optimise corner weights and handling

FBD 2C was raced during 2010 and 2011 and was prepared for the 2012 season with an engine refresh, extra light flywheel and redesigned cooling system. It has not been raced since, but carefully stored and maintained by its owner.

Eligible for a wide variety of attractive events in Europe and further afield, the TVR is also road legal and registered. Complete with an extensive history file, HTP papers from 2010, photographic record of the restoration and detailed build, set-up and running notes. Also a useful spares package, including a spare seat and harness for track day or road event use. An immaculate Brian James open trailer is also available by separate negotiation.

Would make a great car for classic speed events.

£36,500 New price!

Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or on 01565 722151

1983 Van Diemen RF82/83 Formula Ford 2000 - NOW SOLD -

My 1983 Van Diemen RF82/83, owned for 12 years and maintained to high standard parts reconditioned/replaced over recent years. A 2.0 litre pinto engine, hewland gearbox, rewired, bosch ignition, aluminium radiators etc etc.

The car is great fun, but I have only used it once in the last two seasons.

Spare wheels.

Sensible offers considered.

Telephone number: 07770688418 email: ang.amc@gmail.com

Malcolm Cook


Chris Jones’ familiar and rapid blue 1.6 Westfield SE Vauxhall with many class championships and records to its name.

Vauxhall 1640cc 16V producing a genuine 200bhp and 138lbft torque, built by
Cougar Engineering (Nigel Keats) using all SBD internals including rods, pistons, valves etc.
Ported, polished and flowed head.
MBE engine management and SBD loom with SBD mapping.
SBD dry sump system and tank.
SBD fuel injection on SBD throttle bodies with 120mm inlet trumpets for added torque.
ITG air filter.
AP twin plate racing clutch.
Techcraft silencer with SBD 4-2-1 manifold.

Quaife 4 speed dog box built by SP Components (Steve Perks).
Tran X plated LSD in ally diff casing running a 4.7 CWP (4.1 available as well).

Narrow spec.

Lightweight Westfield bodywork (not in showroom condition and has several small cracks some damage to the drivers side rear wing – all easily repaired).
Windscreen available.
Uprated live rear axle.
Uprated panard rod with new rose joints.
Rear trailing arms and chassis brackets uprated and modified to rose joints and bushes.
Standard front suspension.
Standard front brake discs and rear larger drums.
HI SPEC front 4 pot callipers.
Uprated AP racing brake mastercylinder.
Custom valved Leda single adjustable front dampers.
Custom valved Protech single adjustable rear dampers.

6” wide ZZR tyres on Caterham rims front.
8” wide ZZR tyres on Caterham rims rear (extended arches).
Small fuel tank.
Varley red top 25 battery always kept on conditioner (included).
Carbon dash.
Tonneau cover.
Tillet seats with 4 point harnesses.

Times at Shelsley (30.51s https://youtu.be/oHcgLgtt3yk ), Prescott (45.58s) and Loton (54.96s)

The car is for sale at £15,000

Brian James covered trailer is for sale with the car for £3k or will sell separately after the car is sold if not needed.

Chris Jones:chrisdjones17@gmail.com or 07812 144452

Force HC with Suzuki GSXR 998cc engine - NOW SOLD -

A Force HC with Suzuki GSXR 998cc engine (a K8 version, last refreshed 2 years ago).

Fabulous car, well known on the hills (ex Dave Uren and Mark Hemingway). Usually up there in the ultra competitive 1100cc class (and in the hands of a better driver is still capable of topping the class!)

Built in 2001 (although it's had a few upgrades since!) Aluminium honeycomb and carbon tub with carbon wings & undertray.

Two sets of wheels (slicks - virtually brand new - and good wets). Full power flat shift. Well maintained and set up by Ian Dayson.

The engine is relatively standard but with high compression and a bit of head work, rebuilt by BigCC a couple of years ago. Great fun to drive, always on the button, stress-free racing!

Some spares. Separate K1 engine also available by negotiation.

£15,250. Can be seen near Exeter, Devon. Call Liam or Olivia Cooper on 01392 840084.

The HC at Loton (Rich Danby)

Ready for the next owner

At Gurston (Nigel Cole)


Gary Thomas' Force PC, chassis 27 built in 2005 for Peter Radnall as the sister car of Dave Kimberley's car.

It is fitted with Mistral 1400 Hyabusa engine with big valves last rebuilt mid 2015. It has an SBD ECU and loom with their latest dash display.

In the past 5 seasons it has won 43 FTDs/BTDs.

It holds the 1600 race car national records at Snetterton 82.87s,Llandow 68.90s, Knockhill, MIRA 43.35s, Curborough 27.82s, Crystal Palace, Silverstone Stowe, Anglesey, Rockingham. It has achieived a 40.04s at Prescott and a 26.30s at Shelsley.

It comes with 8 spare wheels and tyres, (the 8 spare wheels are worth £2400 alone), spare chains, sprockets, spare suspension pushrods, spare rear anti roll bar and one spare drive shaft.

Ian Dayson at Force Racing Cars knows the car well and provides great back up.

No major accidents by either Peter or Gary.


Available to view in Nottingham.

Please contact Gary at : 1grtgt@gmail.com or 07976 150047

Pilbeam MP58-05 - NOW SOLD -

Pilbeam MP58-05 is one of the most successful hillclimb cars of all time, having won the British Championship in 1990 and 1991 (Martyn Griffiths), and in 1993 and 1994 (David Grace). The car has subsequently been used in sprints and classic hillclimbs, and is offered for sale ready to use with a useful spares package.

Recently completely stripped and given a full nut and bolt rebuild including replated suspension, new brake discs and pads, dampers overhauled, gearbox rebuild and rechromated, and new carbon sidepods. In immaculate condition throughout.

Fitted with a superb Cosworth DFR that had a complete rebuild by Tony Ireland only six hillclimbs ago.

Now offered with a spares package consisting of excellent wets on Pilbeam wheels, a complete nosecone/front wing assembly (ready to fit), two sidepods and suspension spares including front and rear wishbones.

The whole package is available at £49,950 or £15,000 as a rolling chassis less engine.

Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or on 01565 722151

1979 Formula Two March 792 - NOW SOLD - NOW SOLD -

Ground effects came to Formula Two in 1979, and that year's European Championship was won by Marc Surer in the works March 792 BMW. Although not universally successful the 792 was popular with customers and 32 were sold by the factory. Most of these competed with BMW engines, but several were powered by Hart 420R and one ran with a Cosworth BD.

This chassis is the Marlboro liveried Tiga Racing car in which Eje Elgh won the 1979 Gran Premio del Mediterraneo and finished ninth overall in the championship, powered by a BMW engine.

More recently this lovely example has been used in speed events, and it is now fitted with a low mileage alloy blocked Cosworth BDG 2.0 on DTA management, producing 289 BHP at 8,900 rpm. This engine has only been used for two seasons of hillclimbing since a comprehensive rebuild at Ridgeway Race Engines. The car also benefits from a recent Simpson exhaust system, freshly rebuilt Konis and a bulletproof Hewland FG 400 gearbox. It has an excellent tub and very smart repainted bodywork.

Complete with slicks and wets on rims, spare nose and winglets and parts to convert the gearbox back to 5 speed. An immaculate and well known car on the Midland hills which could readily be converted for circuit use.

Price: £39,995

Contact Damon Milnes at damon@cheshireclassiccars.co.uk or on 01244 529500

1984 Pilbeam MP53 Turbo - NOW SOLD -

Manufactured in 1984 the MP53 was the first honeycomb chassis by Pilbeam and was also fitted with pushrod suspension. This was a very advanced car for its time, and weighed in at only 508kg.

Chassis number MP53 -04 was a double Hillclimb Championship winner with many FTD’s in the hands of Martyn Griffiths and Max Harvey. The Hart engine was subsequently developed and turbocharged in line with current F1 practice. The car continued to compete successfully in the hands of Martyn Griffiths, and in turbo form finished second overall in 1988 British Hillclimb Championship, narrowly missing out on an overall win. Tim Thompson then ran the car in 1989, finishing third overall in British Championship and winning the Harewood Championship.

Having been stored in component form for many years, MP53-04 was fully rebuilt by Barrie Lines from 2007, with a complete photographic record of each stage. This included an engine rebuild by Ray Buckley who worked on Hart turbo engines in period. The car was converted from Zytek to DTA ignition and a new intercooler was fitted to to be on the safe side (original pipework with car to revert to original if required). Turbo work and wastegate rebuilt by Turbo Technics and the engine was run in and dyno’d by Aldon Automotive. In period the engine ran a higher boost and produced 450 bhp. In its current set up the engine was dynoed at 380 bhp at 5/6 psi boost pressure.

The car was also resprayed and decaled in its period livery. Set up by Ian Dayson and has covered very little mileage since rebuild. On the button and complete with a useful spares package including slicks and wets on Pilbeam rims.

Price: £39,995

Contact Damon Milnes at damon@cheshireclassiccars.co.uk or on 01244 529500

1991 SPA Judd - NOW SOLD -

Recognised as one of the most powerful sports racers ever to have competed in speed events, the SPA Judd is a fabulous piece of engineering which started life as a 2.8 litre Hart powered car in the early 90s. Original owner David Render used the car in hills and sprints before selling it on to Ferrari & Lancia enthusiast Christian Mineeff. Christian then had the car completely reworked and converted to F1 power with a 3.5 litre Judd CV power plant. Aero developments by Gould Engineering in the late 1990s made this car the fastest sports racer on the hills bar none. Subsequently owned by Matthew Harrison and Chris Cannell, the car has most recently been campaigned with some success by Tom Brown and Steve Cunningham. Powered by a mighty ex Leyton House Judd CV 3.5 litre F1 engine, which still runs F1 cams and sounds utterly superb!

Following successful outings in 2013/14 the car was taken to Group C specialists Xtec, who carried out a full chassis up rebuild of the car, complete gearbox rebuild and a full top end rebuild on the Judd. Only used on one occasion since, the car has been carefully stored and regularly run up since and is ready for the forthcoming season.

Complete with three sets of wheels and used tyres, remote starter, pre-heater, spare gear rations, a set of straight through pipes and everything you need to run the car. It also has a PC with data-logging and an old style MSA Competition Log Book.

Your chance to own an awesome piece of hillclimbing history!

May split if sufficient interest.


Contact Damon Milnes at sales@trevorfarrington.co.uk or on 01565 722151


With 2017 representing the 50th Anniversary of Formula Ford 1600 interest in these cars has been rekindled with the setting up of the Pre ’94 FF Register and the Hillclimb FF Fest – read more in Simon McBeath’s article elsewhere in this issue. This is a rare example of a Formula Ford 1600 from the iconic Northern Ireland constructor Crossle.

This 55F model dates from 1983 and received a full chassis and engine rebuild four years ago before being put in dry storage.

It has recently been re-commissioned by Wayne Poole Racing with new clutch cylinders, service brakes and an oil change. For circuit racing it will need an extinguisher and seat belts but these can be fitted for an additional sum.

There aren't too many of these cars around so this gorgeous little car is both an investment opportunity as well as an enjoyable and competitive racer.


For more information contact Wayne Poole Racing(www.waynepooleracing.com) & 07884 138 583


The ex Jane Farthing, Pam & Dave Gardner and Darren Gumbley car originally built in 2002. It has a long and very successful history including a few ‘guest’ drives, notably Alex Summers setting a 39.99s at Prescott in October 2013 when it was fitted with the front and rear wings it is now being sold with.

In 2016, with Chris Jones driving, the car acheived a couple of FTDs and numerous class wins.

The chassis has a carbon top section (front damper and suspension mountings) and carbon cockpit sides on an aluminium honeycomb lower section. In recent years it has been regularly maintained and largely rebuilt by Cougar Engineering including a thorough check and replacement, where necessary, of bearings and suspension joints. The rear dampers were serviced at the end of 2015 and the front damper has been checked. Ian Dayson of Force has replaced the front stub axles and roll hoop stays to ensure that the ROPS is fully MSA compliant.

It comes with:

  • A set of split rims fitted with old slicks
  • A set of split rim wheels fitted with little used (and quite effective) intermediates
  • Front and rear wings
  • A full length carbon undertray (not fitted)
  • Quick release steering wheel
  • A hillclimb fuel tank (approx 2.5l), a nearly new sprint fuel tank (approx 5l)
  • Spare radiator
  • Two rear wing mounts
  • Two (uncovered) resin bead seats
  • In date (2020) OMP HANS specific seat belts
  • Two pairs of AVON A15 rear slicks – one 2016 and little used and one 2014

The car has been fitted with GSXR engines, most recently a K9, and comes with a few other bits and pieces including a spare rear wing endplate, a couple of front stub axles, diff carrier shims and various springs.

It is being sold for £10,750 to make way for a new Force TA.

Chris Bennett – 07904851353 or editor@hillclimbandsprint.co.uk


This car has an interesting and unusual history. It was originally built for Charles Barter for hillclimbing use, taking a championship win. It was driven successfully on the hills by Richard Homer, Roger & Scott Moran and Simon Durling. It was also driven by long term competitor, Speedscene editor and columnist, Jerry Sturman at Prescott in 1989.

In 2008 it was converted to Historic FF2000 specification where it has raced ever since including some outings in the Dutch Monoposto series and HSCC events.

The car has recently undergone re-build from the chassis up. The chassis has been re jigged & powder coated and fitted with a new floor pan and bulkhead.

The car comes with:

  • Vehicle Identification Document (VIF)
  • Philspeed engine
  • Hewland MK8/9
  • HANS belts
  • High torque starter
  • Lifeline extinguisher
  • 2 way adjustable Konis
  • Some spare ratios
  • 2 sets slicks
  • 1 set wets
  • New body plus spare
  • New nose plus 2 spares
  • Plus more (too much to list)


For more information or to discuss viewing contact Wayne Poole Racing(www.waynepooleracing.com) & 07884 138 583 or Derek Smith on 07751 691945 & 01453 546952

An historic car

Newly restored chassis

Plenty of spares

Many new parts

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