Specifications of Bobsy SR-2 Chassis # 014. Restored by Jim Proffit in the late seventies. Sold to Charlie Kolb in 1995, restored by Jerry Mong and maintained by Rowland Butler. Andy Greene also did extensive work on this car to improve the performance, he put front and rear sway bars on it, with new Koni shocks, it really improved the handling.The power plant is a Drysump Ford Crossflow 1600 fitted with twin sidedraft Weber Carbs, Hewland MK 8 gearbox. Alloy tube frame with double wishbone and fully adjustable suspension, SR-3 fiberglass body. The car is in very good condition, it has not been raced since 2003 and has about 2 hours on current Butler engine. In order to be race ready, it will require a new coil, power module, new 1st and reverse gears which come with the car, and minor repair to right hand front lower wishbone. This car is a blast to drive and is very fast. Charlie and I ran this car and his Chevron for a couple years,we had very few mechanical failures on the Bobsy. Hugh Kleinpeter drove this car at Road Atlanta and Randy Pobst drove it as well.
Charlie Kolb campaigned this car all over the east coast and Las Vegas from 1996 to 2000. Before that it was racing on the west coast driven by Charles Hoopaugh. Originally it was raced in G modified back in the day. This car is well known and normally seen up front winning races.