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Laguna Seca 1970-1979 Sports Racing Cars Under 2000cc
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1960 Porsche RS60 $3,465,000 SOLD!
1960 Porsche RS60 $3,465,000 SOLD With Commission! Coachwork by Wendler CHASSIS NO. 718-060 ENGINE NO. 90254 Transmission No. 718048 The Ultimate Development of Porsche's Four-Cam Spyder One of Only 14 Customer RS60s Built Illustrious Racing Record with 12 Class Wins in Just Four Seasons Driven at Elkhart Lake, Meadowdale and Watkins Glen Well-Documented History with Outstanding Provenance Matching-Numbers, Original-Bodied Example Monterey Historics and Rennsport Reunion Participant Displayed at Meadowbrook, The Quail and the Porsche Race Car Classic One of the Finest RS Spyders in Existence Robert Myrick Photography





1941 Packard One Ten Deluxe SOLD!
1941 Packard One Ten Deluxe Station Wagon Chassis No. 1463-2073 Body No. 753 Model 1900. 100 bhp, 245 cu in L-head inline six-cylinder engine, three-speed manual selective synchromesh transmission, coil-spring independent front suspension, live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 122" • Fresh, authentic restoration; offered from 20 years of single ownership • Very rare station wagon with Hercules body and Deluxe trim • One of 358 Packard station wagons built in total for 1941 Unlike the majority of its competitors, Packard survived the devastating Depression and maintained its stature as one of America's leading luxury-car makers. Following record-breaking sales in 1940, Packard introduced a wider range of its six-cylinder One-Ten models, with Deluxe versions also being made available for 1941. Introduced on September 16, 1940, Packard's Nineteenth Series cars featured subtly updated styling, with only minor changes in the overall body panels for the 1941 One-Ten line. Inside, a new, more ergonomic plastic dash design was available in various colors to match the interior. Packard would build over 34,700 of its continuingly popular "Junior" models and by far, one of the rarest was the stylish yet practical eight-passenger, wood-bodied station wagon. By the late-1930s, only a handful of companies remained to build useful yet elegant wooden bodywork for America's various car manufacturers. Packard had switched from Cantrell in 1940 to Hercules Body Company, who also built bodies for GM. The wooden-bodied station wagons were shipped back to Packard for final assembly at the East Grand Boulevard plant. Although Packard built far fewer station wagons than many of its competitors, they were some of the most elegant and stylish in the industry. For 1941, Packard offered a choice of Standard or Deluxe station wagons in the One-Ten Series. The Standard version, body style 1483, was priced at $1,250, while the Deluxe model, body style 1463, cost $1,325. There were also two One-Twenty Series models offered, but the only real difference between the two wagons was the eight-cylinder engine. The total production of all Packard station wagon bodies built by Hercules Body Company in 1941 was but 358 units, making this One-Ten Deluxe very rare when new, and even more so today. Now offered from approximately two decades of single ownership and showing approximately 43,000 miles, this One-Ten Deluxe Station Wagon from 1941 began as a good, solid, and well-stored example prior to receiving a complete restoration by Gene Robertson Auto Body, of Amarillo, Texas, with the wonderful results now displayed. The metal bodywork was stripped and refinished in the original Maroon. The wooden body framing was completely stripped down and only the rear-wheel arches were found to require replacement, with new wheel-arch framing provided by the Wooden Car Company. The interior retains the original wood paneling and includes new carpeting and seat covers, plus fresh wood graining on the dash. All new glass, glass channels, felt, and weather stripping were fitted, a new top was installed, and all brightwork is fresh. Mechanically, the car's frame was stripped and powder-coated, the entire suspension was restored with all-new bushings, new brake lines were fitted, the fuel tank was cleaned, and the wheels were aligned. While the six-cylinder engine and manual transmission remained sound and did not require rebuilding, the car now benefits from many new components, including the clutch, hoses, water pump, wiring, a new Exhaust system, and new tires. Road testing was also completed to ensure proper operation. Handsomely presented, freshly restored, mechanically sound, and exceedingly rare, this 1941 Packard One-Ten Station Wagon is a wonderful and highly enjoyable example. In addition, it represents an interesting premium alternative to the far more pedestrian Ford and Chrysler "woodies" of the 1940s. Robert Myrick Photography





1955-1961 Sports Racing Cars Under 2000cc
1955-1961 Sports Racing Cars Under 2000cc Laguna Seca Rolex Historic Races Monterey, CA 1955-1961 Sports Racing Cars under 2000cc #3 1958 Lister Knobbly -- Driver Al Arciero #8 1961 Jaguar Ol Yaller -- Driver Edith Arrowsmith #60 1959 Lister Costin -- Driver Alex Buncombe #14 1959 Lister Corvette -- Driver Bruce Canepa #1 1956 Maserati 250s -- Driver Andrew Cannon #7 1960 Maserati Tipo 61 -- Driver Jonathan Feiber #2 1955 Jaguar D Type -- Driver U. Daniel Ghose #61 958 Hagemann -- Sutton Sports Race Car -- Driver Butch Gilbert #64 1958 Echidna Special -- Driver Bob Hardison #58 1958 Devin Special -- Driver Dick Jutras #65 1959 Echidna Special -- Driver Rick Knoop #58 1958 Lister Knobby -- Driver Bruce McCaw #8 1955 Aston Martin DB3S -- Driver -- Tom Malloy #71 1958 Devin SS -- Driver Greg Meyer #59 1959 Kellison Corvette J -- 5 Roadster -- Driver David Neidell #25 1959 Lister Costiin -- Driver Erickson Shirley #6 1957 Maserati 300S -- Driver Jon Shirley #67 1957 Maserati 200SI -- Driver Ned Spieker #35 1957 Monsterati Special -- Driver Howard Swig #16 1958 Scarab MK I -- Driver David Swig #7 1957 Maserati 450 S -- Driver Rob Walton #19 1957 Maserati 450S -- Driver Rick Hall #17 1959 Lister Costin -- Driver Joe Lacob #265 1958 Cooper Monaco T 49 Roadster -- Driver Sandra McNeil #21 1957 Maserati 200SI -- Driver Thomas Price #102 1957 Aston Martin DBR2 -- Driver Gregory Whitten Robert Myrick Photography





1958 Lister Jaguar at Laguna Seca
1958 Lister Jaguar during a vintage racing event at Laguna Seca





Alford Speedfest 2012 - Austin Healey v Aston Martin
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Jags At Play Monterey 2011
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volvo 122 S weber 32/36 DGV
Un dimanche au volant de ma 122s de 1965, weber double corps 32/36 DGV option d'origine installée en seconde monte en remplacement de 2 SU HS6. Moins de puissance après 5000 trs/min, mais de belles montées en régime plus franches qu'avec le double SU HS6 d'origine, 0 à 100km/h atteint en mileu de troisième contre en fin de seconde avec les SU, mais toujours en un peu moins de 10 secondes.





GT40 Le Mans Classic Lap
On track driving a GT40 replica during the 2010 Le Mans Classic (having a tyre blow out on the 1st lap)





On-board Le Mans Classic 2008 - night race.
On board footage from our Aston Martin DB2/4 of the night race for Plateau 2. We finished 13th overall - not bad for an overweight 4 seater saloon!





Austin Healey 100S sells at Amelia Island
Sale of March 11, 2011





1955 Porsche 550 Spyder FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/1955-porsche-550-spyder-by-beck--c-14 30.htm Only 4,678 original miles! Factory built replica, not a kit car! Hand built 2175cc/180hp engine w/ twin downdraft Webers + oil cooler, 4-speed trans, mirror finish Vapor blue Sikkens paint, Boxter red Brazilian leather interior, 3" tubular steel chassis, fully adjustable twin torsion I beam suspension, optional GT racing mirror & belts, optional helmet fairing & tonneau cover, Nardi wood and aluminum steering wheel, optional oil cooler grille, chrome road wheels w/ fresh radials, optional original style fluted headlights, great sounding custom free flow Exhaust - fast, fun and drop dead sexy! http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/ 301.816.1000





Austin Healey 100M racing at Spa Sept '08 (2)
Neil Hardy in The Woodcote Trophy at Spa overtaking Peter Thornton's Austin Healey 100S





Sonoma Historic Motorsports Fest 2011- Fri Practice G1A 55-62 GT
1957 Austin Healey 100-SIX MM vintage racer, Friday practice Infineon Raceway, Sears Point race track Sonoma, CA 6/3/2011.





Mille Miglia - Parma
Follow me on Twitter! fontanapictures! https://twitter.com/fontanapictures Follow me on Instagram! fontanapictures! http://instagram.com/p/NHI1FOlLno/ La Mille Miglia è stata una corsa di lunga distanza, effettuata su strade aperte al traffico che si disputò in Italia per ventiquattro volte dal 1927 al 1957 (13 edizioni prima della seconda guerra mondiale e 11 dopo il 1947). Dal 1977 la «Mille Miglia» rivive sotto forma di gara di regolarità per auto d'epoca. La partecipazione è limitata alle vetture, prodotte non oltre il 1957, che avevano partecipato (o risultavano iscritte) alla corsa originale. Il percorso (Brescia-Roma andata e ritorno) ricalca, pur nelle sue varianti, quello della gara originale mantenendo costante il punto di partenza/arrivo in Viale Venezia (all'altezza dei giardini del Rebuffone). La corsa venne ideata come gara unica (non a tappe) e organizzata dal conte Aymo Maggi con l'aiuto di Renzo Castagneto, dotato di ottime capacità organizzative, in risposta alla mancata assegnazione a Brescia, loro città natale, del Gran Premio d'Italia; tutto ciò insieme a Franco Mazzotti primo finanziatore. Fu scelto un percorso a forma di "otto" da Brescia a Roma e ritorno, su una distanza di circa 1.600 km (corrispondenti a circa mille miglia, da cui il nome). Solo dopo la fine della prima Mille Miglia si decise, visto l'enorme successo, di ripetere la prova negli anni a venire. Nelle successive edizioni il tracciato fu modificato per tredici volte. La prima edizione partì il 26 marzo 1927, con la partecipazione di settantasette equipaggi, due soli dei quali stranieri (al volante delle piccole Peugeot 5 HP spider). Ventidue vetture furono costrette al ritiro e cinquantacinque portarono a termine la corsa. I vincitori - Ferdinando Minoia e Giuseppe Morandi - a bordo di una OM, completarono il percorso in 21 ore, 4 minuti, 48 secondi e 1/5 alla media di km/h 77,238. Il 1938 fu segnato da un grave incidente subito dopo Bologna. Una Lancia Aprilia, infatti, uscì di strada e finì sulla folla uccidendo dieci spettatori, tra cui sette bambini. Altre ventitré persone restarono ferite. Le cause dell'incidente non furono mai del tutto chiarite. Ad ogni modo, il capo del governo, Benito Mussolini, decise di non concedere più l'autorizzazione per gare di corsa su strade pubbliche. Nel 1940 si riesce ad organizzare una nuova gara, ufficialmente denominata Gran Premio di Brescia, che consisteva in una corsa a circuito triangolare che toccava le città di Brescia, Mantova e Cremona. Il circuito prevedeva nove giri in modo da raggiungere la lunghezza di circa 1000 miglia. Tra il 1941 e il 1946 la corsa non si disputò a causa della partecipazione dell'Italia alla seconda guerra mondiale. Dopo la guerra [modifica] La corsa riprese alle 14.00 del 21 giugno 1947 con la vittoria di Biondetti in coppia con Romano sulla poderosa e potentissima "Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B aspirato berlinetta Touring" in 16 ore 16 minuti e 39 secondi. Ma il record assoluto se lo aggiudicò il famoso pilota inglese Stirling Moss che nel 1955 percorse i 1600 km in 10 ore e 8 minuti, al volante di una Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR numero 722. Si narra che il suo navigatore Denis Jenkinson compì una ricognizione del percorso, annotandone le caratteristiche su un rotolo di carta lungo quattro metri e mezzo che usò per dirigere Moss durante la gara. Nel 1957 un fatale incidente avvenuto sulla Goitese nei pressi di Guidizzolo (ma nel territorio comunale di Cavriana), in provincia di Mantova, e causato dallo scoppio di uno pneumatico, costò la vita al pilota spagnolo Alfonso de Portago, al navigatore americano Edmund Gurner Nelson, e a nove spettatori, tra i quali erano cinque bambini. La corsa venne definitivamente sospesa. A seguito dell'incidente Enzo Ferrari, costruttore della vettura coinvolta nell'incidente, subì un processo che durò alcuni anni e dal quale uscì assolto. l medagliere delle Marche [modifica] Nell'elenco sottoriportato sono indicati i nominativi di tutte le Case automobilistiche che hanno conseguito prestazioni "da podio" (vittorie, piazze d'onore e terzi posti). Il computo non tiene conto dei risultati delle ultime 3 edizioni (disputate secondo la formula mista regolarità/velocità) per cui le edizioni prese in considerazione sono soltanto le 24 comprese nell'arco di tempo che va dal 1927 al 1957. L'ordine di elencazione è decrescente, ad iniziare dunque dalla Marca che vanta le migliori prestazioni. In caso di prestazioni equipollenti, è rispettato l'ordine alfabetico. Squadra 1° 2° 3° Alfa Romeo 11 11 10 Ferrari 8 5 4 Mercedes-Benz 2 2 0 OM 1 3 2 Lancia 1 1 3 Bmw 1 0 1 Cisitalia 0 1 1 Fiat 0 1 1 Delahaye 0 0 1 Maserati 0 0 1




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