This professionally maintained car has many Toyota Atlantic starts in Pro Series and SCCA Club events. The car is race ready with 400 miles since the engine was freshened. The car is accompanied with a large number of spares and all information for the vendors of the original components. It would make an effective and unusual Club racer.
The Raven Atlantic cars were originally designed under a well-funded effort by Jim Griffith in Ohio. Three chassis were completed but only two of the cars made it to the grid, the third ultimately becoming a parts car. Featuring a number of advances over the then-dominant RT-41 the cars are thinner and smaller with excellent straight line speed. They debuted in the 1994 season. At Three Rivers Steve Cameron put one on outside pole and his team mate qualified fourth. That year the team earned a number of poles and outside poles but financing dried up and the cars were sold to Bob Roy of Canada who campaigned them in a inadequately financed effort. They were then acquired by Kevin Cogan who ran successfully in Pro Atlantic and Club Racing with Hasselgren engines and never suffered a DNF, finishing every race he started with the cars and consistently finishing mid-pack against more recent designs.
Engine Builder: Hasselgren
Water Rad Location: side mounted
Type: K-300 w/FT-200 internals
Type: Hewland in unit w/gearbox
Construction: carbon, modified to accept RT-41 front and rear wings
Condition: Very Good
En extremely light an rigid chassis, the original molds are in England
Type: Full carbon fiber monocoque including rollover bar and engine bay braces
Builder: Jim Griffith
Front Suspension: pushrod
Rear Suspension: pushrod
Shocks: Penske triple adj.
Brakes: 4-wheel disc
Wheels: 14 in. Techno mags (3) sets, 15 in. BBS (1.75 sets)
Restraints: safety harness
Guages: all gauges
too many to list, including original parts list with all vendor data