2006 Kodiak Truck

2006 Kodiak 4500 lowpro chassis, turbo diesel ( last year not requiring the clean air diesel equipment ) build, 48,000 mi, Monroe conversion to crewcab dully new from the factory: full glass tint (not film) “b” pillar back, air ride captain chair front seats, air ride cab, air ride rear suspension with dump valve, power take off, exhaust brake, upgraded front shocks, steering dampener, leather seats, rear seat unfolds to flat bed, custom leather and suede door panels, headliner, a-b-c pillars, sun visors, custom center console, high-end aftermarket stereo with amp and multiple satellite speakers, CD, am/fm stereo, nav, BT phone, polished aluminum wheels, tires new 4,000mi ago, 35,000lb retractable gooseneck ball, etc, etc. like new, always garaged and pampered. 

$53,500

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Elyse Clark
1957 Elva MK II Chassis 100/27

1957 Elva MK II Chassis 100/27. Ex-Chuck Dietrich. Full history and photos available. Alloy body, Coventry-Climax 1490cc FWB, Moldex Crank, Carillo rods, proper original drum brakes. MG A close-ratio trans. Motor rebuilt by Hutton Engineering March 2016 with new bearings, oil pump, and billet cam from Mike Brotherwood Ltd. Billet rear stub axles, steering arms and front axles. HMSA and SVRA Gold Medallion logbooks. Award Best Elva trophy at 2015 Elva 60th Reunion. 2017 Sonoma Historic Presentation Trophy and Monterey Class Trophy. $99,500. See it at Thermal 2018.  Bob Engberg, Julian, CA bobengberg@aim.com

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Elyse Clark
1988 Camaro Historic IMSA GTO/Trans Am Race Car
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Jerry Kuhn built and raced this Camaro in 15 Trans Am and IMSA GTO races in 1988 and 1989.

In 2012 a complete restoration was completed with Jerry Kuhn providing extensive Historical documentation, photos and 30 pages of chassis blueprints.

With Jerry’s help the Camaro was restored to as it was raced at the Long Beach 1989 Trans Am race.

Accepted to the Monterey Motorsports Reunion 2013/14/17/18.

Winner Sonoma 2014 Group 7.

Winner Coronado 2016 Group 10.

From our in car videos you can see this Camaro raced every lap of the 2018 Pre Reunion and every lap of the 2018 Reunion.

It is a very reliable race car.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg-RSqhJ6zXfIbmssh46Q0w

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Thoroughly serviced and prepared, turn-key and ready to race.

Good spares package too.

Contact Mike Gagen at 1 619 750 4196

Elyse Clark
1963 Elva Mk VII

1963 Elva Mk VII

 Raced from 1991 to 2009, this 1963 Mk VII received a complete mechanical refurbishment, including engine rebuild in the winter of 2014.  Present owner restored and raced the Elva. It has not been used in competition since 2009.

info@grandprixclassics.com

La Jolla, California USA

#1487

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Elyse Clark
1957 Triumph TR3 Chassis

# TS11901 White with Black interior. Race prepared and street legal.

Recent engine rebuild. 87 mm pistons, 72 spoke wire wheels, hardtop, aero screens, tonneau cover and side curtains in need of rebuild.

Has run at Sonoma, Portland, and the Monterey Reunion. Perfect for Sebring Pistons and Props.

$35,000 or near offers. Lets talk. David Nelson 415-572-3679 or email david@sda-sf.com. Car is located ! Hr north of Sears Point

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Cris Vandagriff
1987 Spice Ferrari IMSA GTP Light

The Spice Ferrari has received top-notch maintenance throughout its historic racing tenure, most recently from K-Hill Motorsports (Abbottstown, Pa.) in 2018 and is fresh, race prepped and ready to go. This is an opportunity to acquire a unique and desirable Ferrari powered Spice Engineering Grand Touring Lights Prototype race car with its Ferrari 3.2 Liter V8 engine (producing 498 BHP) and Hewland DGB 500 5 speed gearbox.

info@grandprixclassics.com

La Jolla, California USA

#1487

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Cris Vandagriff
1962 Ol Yaller Mark 8

Race prepped by Chris Hines of Arrowlane (Scottsdale, Arizona) for the past seven or more years, it has excellent records, showing the engine build, race prep and track support. It has been a consistent front runner in recent historic races. The Mark 8 was built around a Jaguar E-Type Monocoque that Max Balchowsky modified and shortened with adjustable suspension for caster camber and toe. It had aluminum Buick drum brakes and other go-fast tricks. Body was built by California Metal Shaping (Los Angeles, Calif.).

info@grandprixclassics.com

La Jolla, California USA

#1487

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Cris Vandagriff
1964 Brabham BT8

This is Jack Brabham’s personal car, racing first on August 3, 1964 at Brands Hatch. Brabham started last in the “Guards International Trophy,” finishing second overall to Bruce McLaren. Ownership history from new is known. It has been a race winner in historic races recently and was driven at the Monterey Historics in 1991 by Jack Brabham. Only 12 BT8s were constructed and this is one of the most famous and the most unique.

Cris Vandagriff
1957 Elva MK II

Chassis 100/27. Ex-Chuck Dietrich. Fresh Coventry Climax 1490cc. Moldex crank, Carillos, steel cam. Billet axles. Alloy body. HMSA and SVRA "Gold Medallion" logbooks. Six-time Monterey Historics. Sonoma Historic Postwar Cars Award, 2017 Monterey Group Award. Can be supplied with a FIA approved Coventry-Climax 1220cc. $119,500 ONO. Bobengberg@aim.com

Cris Vandagriff
1964 Bill Thomas Cheetah

Ex Alan Green Chevrolet race car. Extensive race history 1964-1970. Documentation from all previous owners. Successfully vintage raced 1990-2010. Lighter, more powerful than a Cobra. 1 of 5 Cheetahs campaigned in 1964 USRRC. www.cheetahcars.com California license, FIA papers $585,000 fyeakel@attglobal.net

Elyse Clark