Do you want to have fun, relability, speed and low maintance? You need a Sports Racer! Eugene Beach and his partners- Berga and Grady built over 300 formula cars. FV, FF, and FSV most of which went to Europe. Before starting the CSR, they built several Crossley powered H Mod cars around 1958 which were called the BE-GRA mods. In the early 1960's they undertook building a 'killer' sports racer under the auspice of SCCA rules. This car also qualified for the USRRC Can Am under 2 liter. Approximately 15 CSR's were built by 1966. Mr. Beach passed away about 2008 and there are rumors of jigs and molds to be found in the Fort Lauderdale area near his shop. Nick England kept a website on the Beach cars that can be found on the Viriginia International Raceway website (www.VIRHistory.com/Beach.). The website has everything you would want to know about the cars, the man and his friends. There are also copies of articles written about this project by John Gardner, Paul Kneeland, Road and Track, Car and Driver and Vintage Racecar magazines. Beach was brilliant, ex- fighter pilot, architect however, plans were never drafted. They built up frames, pounded bodies out of aluminium over local oak trees and used available motors and transaxels. When completed to satisfaction, they went back and made jigs and molds for production. This car was restored by JACK KUBE and later owned by Holman Moody Racing for their sportsracer collection. More recently the car was raced up and down the West Coast. Vintage raced by the Brannon team. Current restoration of the body etc. were made by Mark Brannon. Later the car was prepared for the East coast races by VRS in Conn. This car is now in NM and raced in the Rocky Mountain Series. The owner has 40 years of driving sports cars-- open and closed. This is the "grandest car top to bottom ever experienced." The owner is over 70 and it is time to pass it on.