This 1995 Lola T9670 originally ran in the Mexican F3000 series in 1996 and 1997. Powered by a Chrysler 3.5 liter engine producing 325 horsepower. The engine has approximately 1.5 hours since complete rebuild by Nigel Mortimer with new block and heads. The car has undergone a complete inspection and service of major components. This car is perfect for the vintage/historic racer who does not want to have to support a whole race team just to start the car. Plug in the jump battery and hit the button. The engine is a slightly modified street engine that will last years. It does not need special warm-up or start procedures. Rev limit is 7000 rpm, well below the engine's design limitations. The sequential 5-speed gearbox is designed to take up to 500 horsepower (European F3000 spec) and will also last forever. The car will accomodate a tall (and wide) driver. A PI Research data system is installed with dash. Full documentation/software for the PI System, Engine Manual from Chrysler, and the Chassis Manual from Lola are included. Spares included are - a complete new floor and rear engine floor, upper and lower a-arms, various spring sets, Engine Control Unit, and a set of custom transport wheels. A custom jack is included. A new electric Lifeline fire system (FIA standards) and a new 2019 Sabelt restraint system (HANS compatible) are installed. This car will be faster than a Formula Atlantic and cheaper to run. It will not be at the pointy end of the grid but will provide the best bang-for-buck in the vintage/historic formula class.
Based on the 1996 LOLA F3000 T9650, this car used a Chrysler 3.5 liter engine as supplied by Chrysler instead of the more expensive Buick V6 as run by Indy Lites.
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