Thursday, February 2, 2012

1968 McLaren M6B

Freshly restored from 2009-2011 by SascoSports to original. Tub completely disassembled and re-conditioned by Palliden Engineering. New SRE 410 all aluminum engine. New body. All mechanical components freshened. Successfully raced at Monterey Historics August 2011. Cover of Victory Lane Magazine November 2011. An opportunity to own a significant piece of documented Mclaren history. History: Chassis number 50-06 of 15 M6B's built by Trojan in 1968. This car was bought by Auto Delta as a roller, and used as the test bed for the Alfa T33 engine program. Imported to US by Joel Finn in 1976 and sold to Charlie Gibson before it even hit the shore. Charlie and Dave Handy are the second owners and the only ones to ever race this M6B. A consistent winner and beater of the big blocks! Performance Data: Class: Group 7, Weight: 1700 lbs Engine: Engine Builder: Savannah Race Engineering, Manufacturer: Chevy, Type: Small Block, Displacement: 410 cu in, Horsepower: 650, Torque: 55, Induction: Lucas Fuel Inj, Heads: AFR aluminum, 23 deg, Block: World Parts, Aluminum, Main Caps: Steel, Crankshaft: steel, Connecting Rods: steel, Clutch: triple disk, Pressure Plate: Tilton, Exhaust: custom, Total Time: 2 hours, Races: 2 Fuel System: Fuel Cell, Capacity: 20 gal, Fuel Type: 110 oct leaded Oil/Water System, Radiator: Aluminum, Water Rad Location: front, Oil Cooler Location: rear Electrical System: Ignition: MSD Crank trigger Transmission: Hewland DG 300 5 speed Body: Construction: New Fiberglass Chassis: Type: monoque, Builder: Trojan, Material: aluminum/ steel bulkheads, Condition: perfect, Shocks: Koni, Brakes: AP 4 piston Interior: Original Spares: Original wheels, assorted gears, original oil tank

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