1969 Dulon LD4c in good condition. Has not been raced in the last few years but was used regularly prior. Overall very good condition. Brake master cylinders and clutch master cylinder recently rebuilt. Everything working as it should (gauges, light, etc.) Fire suppression system. Needs to be charged and belts need to be replaced. Will need tires as well prior to doing any real racing.
Engineers Andrew Duncan and Bill Longley (DUncan + LONgley = DULON) set out to build a Formula 1 based Formula Ford when all other manufacturers converted existing Formula 3 cars to Formula Fords during the period. Dulon began testing in 1967 by building its LD3 from the ex- Tim Parnell's Lotus 24. From this, they were able to come up with their own design, the LD4, of which only one was made. Subsequent production cars sold in 1968 were all designated LD4B and LD4C. Maxperenco (MAXimum PERformance ENgineering COmpany) was started in 1968 and built and sold all the Dulons. Notable drivers of the day included Ian Taylor who won the inaugural Formula Ford Festival in 1972 with a LD9 and Eddie Cheever and Dereck Lawrence who won the 1973 Formula Ford Festival with a MP15.