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Ref:  2/3/15

Minardi Formula 1 (M186) with the 3.5 ltr Cosworth engine.


The gearbox is completely new and the engine is in perfect working order.

See pics for engine spec and gearbox/engine layout

click here pic gearbox (pdf file)

click here pics of configeration (word file)

Price  €135,000










No F1-1006 - HD/2/4/03 Longhorn Indycar for Sale

"Own a piece of motorsports history".

In 1979, Bobby Hillin decided to change the world of Indy Car racing with the Longhorn Indy Car.

Recruiting the greatest minds in motorsports, Hillin acquired Patrick Head's Williams FW07 design that Allen Jones drove to the Formula One World Championship in 1979.

Hillin converted the proven F1 design to meet Indy Car specs by the noted formula car designer Ed Zink. Once spec requirements were met, Jacky Howerton was brought in to build this 1979 Formula One champion into an Indy Car.

To complete Hillens master plan, he convinced a three time Indy 500 winner named Al Unser to leave the winning "Team Chaparral" to pilot this effort into the history books as the only "moving ground effects" car ever raced in Indy Car history.

This Longhorn Indy Car is featured being designed and built in Chet Jezierski's book "Speed: Indy Car Racing ".

Package includes: Complete racecar with extra LR01 Tub, Pit notes, Entry copies, Blueprints.

Very little is needed to have a complete team up and running with this moving ground effects car as seen in 1980. "Have the unfair advantage in vintage racing". $500,000.00 USD

Pictures not available

ReducedSoldNo.F1-1002  1979 Shadow DN 9B
- chassis no 2.

Full FIA papers etc. Campaigned in 1979 GP season principally by Jan Lammers.
The car then owned by an Italian collector and subsequently by Brian Redman who kept it in USA for many years. It was brought it back to the U.K. where it underwent a complete "no expense spared" restoration by Goodliffe Racing
It was raced in the TGP Championship in 1998 and proved very competitive, winning the final race at Kyalami. Not raced in 1999, then purchased in 2000 and raced in that years championship by John Kent.
The car was immediately very competitive and with grids of 30-40 cars it always qualified in the top quarter, finishing 7th first time out at Brands GP and winning the Autosport "Star Drive". It was twice pushed out of third position, (Barcelona & Nurburgring) and was holding 5th at Donnington, ahead of all the Williams setting a lap within .75 secs of the fastest time. A "new" Nicholson-Mclaren short stroke DFV was fitted for the last three races and it has completed only 250 mls. This is not the usual tired old "shed",but an immaculate car, striking in it's unique livery, ready to go with a useful spares package. It has always been well prepared and maintained by Goodliffe Racing.
Price WAS £132,500 + VAT REDUCED TO £115,000 + VAT



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