1971 LOLA T-212: total new tub in 2002 by Baker Racing. Complete restoration in 2006 by Zappa Racing. Three races since motor was freshened (about 10 hours on motor). Highly polished tub and nickel-plated suspension, roll bar, etc. Two sets of wheels and tires. Many spare pieces. Asking $150,000 OBO.
A total restoration in 2006. Car was originally sold to Carl Haas in 1971. It was raced by Guy Edwards with great success. Tony Birchenhough raced the car in 1972. The car was sold to Dorsett Racing in 72/73. Jim Bubsey and Brian Joscelzne also drove the car. It was then raced by Baker Racing out of Canada and a new tub was built in 2002. The car was sold to Al Carlotti and then Mike Zappa. Nickel plating is obvious throughout the entire car, suspension, roll bar, etc. The car is powered by a 290 HP BDP engine with 50 DCOE Webers. The FT-200 was completely refurbished. Two sets of wheels (one set is original Lola wheels), spare gears, ignition, suspension, bearings, gaskets, seals, plugs, etc. Over $170,000 invested. This is a true concours race car. Asking $150,000 OBO.
Recent Competition History
Best Race Car 2006 Mid Ohio and Many Podium Finishes