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Last Post 25 Jan 2017 08:29 AM by  Clemens
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08 Jan 2016 10:39 PM
I had been looking for either a motorcycle powered formula car or sports racer to run at hillclimbs and track events here in PA for quite some time. As it happened, I ended up with both this car as well as a Yamaha R-1 powered Prince sports racer . I don't need 2 bike powered racecars and need to sell one of them. I have no emotional attachment to either of them and will keep whichever one doesn't sell. This Lola had been advertised here by the previous owner and we ended up doing a deal. It was listed for $8500 and i bought it for $7500 and made an 1100 mile trip to get it. I havent done anything to it since bringing it home. If it doesn't sell, I will tear it apart over the winter and get ready to put on an all-out assault on the Pennsylvania Hillclimb Association next season.

1982 Lola T-640 chassis #5 converted to T-644E wide track spec's.
- Converted to FS (over $8k in material receipts for the m/c conversion without the labor for
actual fabrication).
- Very clean car overall.
- 2001 Suzuki GSXR-1000 (low mileage stock motor converted by Beasley).
- Weight – 796 lbs. without driver.
- Stock dash with separate oil pressure and water temp gauges.
- K&N air filter, MSN fuel pump, AEI fuel pressure regulator.
- Yoshimura wiring harness.
- GDRE hydraulic clutch set up.
- Stainless steel exhaust and muffler.
- Beasley spool rear end with 530 chain (Sigma/Tsubaki).
- New Taylor Racing half shafts.
- New oil cooler.
- New Wilwood master cylinders.
- New rain light (Afterburner).
- Transponder

Spares:
- Front A-arms(top and bottom, both sides).
- Mounted rains on Compomotive wheels.
- 4 unmounted Compomotive wheels.
- Rotors and pads.
- Side panels.
- Nose
- Misc. FF parts

Misc.
- Haynes Manual, all build notes and receipts.
- Log books back to 1982.


$7800 FIRM.



Previous for sale thread: http://www.apexspeed.com/forums/sho...hp?t=70367

Link to pictures: http://s31.photobucket.com/user/w650gb500/library/Lola%20T644E%20%20%20Formula-S%20%20%20F1000%20%20%20FB?sort=6&page=1

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08 Jan 2016 10:44 PM
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27 Jan 2016 08:38 AM
Here's a little different approach, a motorcycle-powered (Honda CBR1000f engine) Locost Seven clone for $8,500:

http://www.sccaforums.com/forums/aft/447934

These cars typically run in DM, but DM does not allow motorcycle engines. An enclosed trailer is also available.


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03 Feb 2016 10:03 AM
I have posted this car before, a Radical ProSport with a Hayabusa engine, located in Colorado:

http://dsrforumhttp://dsrforum.yuku...rIEKfkrLcs

The buyer just reduced the price to $19,000, which makes this car even more attractive. I have always felt that the Radical ProSport is a very attractive car for BM from a performance potential standpoint. It is also a very robust car, a lot more so than a LeGrand, for example. I believe that this car would be more reliable (no, Modified cars do not have to break!) than a number of production-based cars out there. Also, maintenance on this car should be no more difficult than on a "regular" car, and anybody should be able to do that at home in their garage. In addition, running costs of this car would also be less than a number of production-based cars out there. You would need a garage, trailer and tow vehicle though when owning and campaigning this car, though. Think about it!


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18 Sep 2016 07:54 PM
I am thinking of selling the KBS sports racer that I bought out of Florida.
Was listed on here but since I bought it I have:
Replaced carbs
Replaced fuel tank
Mounted a seat with new out of date belts(autocross only)
Got it running and have ran a few events.
Still trying to get the CVT setup for autocross but it's getting close.
Located in East Tennessee now. Open to trades. Looking for something street legal again. Thanks.


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17 Oct 2016 10:46 AM
This is the "easy" recipe for a BM National Championship. The 3x championship winning Cheetah (including the last two years) is for sale:

1998 Omni-Fab Cheetah SR-1 sports racer, Suzuki GSX-R 1000: $36,000, inluding a small, open trailer

http://www.roadraceautox.com/showth...R-for-sale

This car is fully set up and optimized for autocrossing. It may be the fastest car in the country. You will not find a better opportunity to buy a competitive turn-key BM car than that.


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25 Jan 2017 08:29 AM
Most of the cars I come across and post are sports racers. Not this one. This is a BM car with lots of history as it used to belong to Greg Scharnberg.

1985 Ralt RT5, 2.0 L VW engine: $17,500

http://www.apexspeed.com/forums/sho...hp?t=76665

Have you ever wanted to own an open-wheel Formula Atlantic car? Here is your chance!


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