1966 Chinook

Sister car set fastest lap at the 2014 Goodwood Revival! Sister car also won 2011 Goodwood Revival!

Built by the Fejer Brothers of Canada who built 100+ cars over a period of 5 or 6 years including; USRRC cars, Can-Am cars, F5000 cars and Indy cars.

Condition:

Car has a new frame and professionally fabricated suspension.
The frame is new 16 gauge tubing and is clad with NS4 aluminum paneling. The roll over bar is new made from CDS tubing. The pedals are all new. New Racetech steering wheel. Rack and pinion steering. The rear uprights (which are McLaren M1 copies made by the Fejers) have been crack tested and rebuilt with new bearings. The front uprights and hubs are new with new bearings. The rear wheels are Fejer made Lola copies but with 4 stud McLaren PCD. The front wheels are McLaren M1, four spoke magnesium. The rear brakes are the original solid discs with the original Girling 2 pot BR calipers. Four new brake rotors. The rear shocks and springs are the original Armstrong adjustable units. New windscreen and side screens. The original sliding spline drive shafts are also with the car. The bodywork is a new Chinook MKII tail built to original specifications, and a new Mk2 nose section which has been modified for extra clearance above the wheels. There are also two new doors. The car was restored by Autotune in England who restored the sister cars, including the car that won the 2011 Goodwood Revival.

The body work is excellent and in primer. The car is offered less engine and trans. Both are available. The chassis has motor mounts to bolt in a small block Chevy and Hewland DG300 or LG transaxle or certain ZF or Weismann transaxles.

Price: 79,900 less engine and trans

The above information is accurate to the best of our knowledge.