This Car was purchased new in 1992 from Lola by Racing Champion A.J. Foyt JR. It was part of his stable for the 1992 Indianapolis 500, the last year he was a contender prior to retirement. A.J. then sold the car after his 1992 season to Dale Coyne Racing. Frank Weiss Converted the car to Buick Power from Illmore Chevy and the car was painted to be a replica of the Marman Wasp. In 1993 Eric Bachelart, former Belgian Procar champ and a current Indy Lights team owner, failed to qualify at the Indianapolis 500 driving the car for Coyne. The following year in 1994, Indy Lights champion and current team owner Robbie Buhl used the car attempting to qualify at Indianapolis however he was also unsuccessful. In 1996 the car was sold to Louisville, KY native Scott Harrington who crashed it in qualification at Indianapolis but went onto qualify in another car and place 15th in the race. Harrington went onto be the IRL Rookie of the Year in 1999. The car was sold to a collector in Louisville, KY who went through a long and painstaking restoration done by MCM Motorsports, who currently fields and Indy Lights team. The historical background of this car being owned by Foyt during his final year at Indianapolis is now proudly displayed with the beautiful #14 paint as it was seen on the track in 1992. The car is in running order and could be easily prepared for driving in BOSS or Vintage Series Racing. It pushes close to 900 HP with the powerful methanol burning turbo charged Buick power plant. The raw and throaty sound of this engine will make any car enthusiast excited. Own this exciting and truly one of a kind car that includes many spares. I cant explain the amount of spares included…it comes with an entire spare chassis, Lola T92-09, one of only 6 purpose designed Buicks for the Indianapolis motor speedway. It also will include a fresh engine and many gear-sets. For a complete list of parts please request by e-mail. I will be happy to answer all questions and welcome any inspections. Delivery is available but not included.