This is, effectively, a one-owner car. Dan Feagan purchased it new in 1969, raced it successfully in the Seattle area, sold it, then bought it back a year later, and raced it until he retired in 2003. I purchased the car from Dan as a backup car. It has only been raced twice since my purchase. In late 2005 I decided to restore the Winklemann. Some of the items are: New rod ends and spherical bearings, rebuilt calipers, new seatbelt, new master power switch, new windscreen, new mirrors, new paint and graphics, new tires (1 race weekend), rebuilt Hewland transaxle, new seat, new shifter guide plates, new starter, new Odessy battery, new steering wheel disconnect, new throttle cable and new donuts. Engine was rebuilt by Jay Ivey in 2002 and has only 5 hours of time since then. Dyno showed 113 HP after rebuild. Receipts for all the above work, including engine rebuild, are available. I have spent over $7,000 on this restoration. The car is ready to race tomorrow. The Winklemanns are known for having larger cockpit space...great for those bigger drivers.