Unfinished project to build the ultimate lightweight special or Brooklands Super Speed with lowered radiator and body on a 10ft dropped chassis.
Car originally built in 1936, delivered to Central Motors, Sheffield, in 1937 with Special Saloon body, registered DWA484, chassis no. 4533, engine and sump no. 33.
Owned since 1984 with buff log book and registered in my name on V5C. All mechanical components present.
Loads of money well spent and work completed with restored assembled rolling chassis, new lower 105 bulkhead and rear axle work by Foppe d’Hane.
Engine block professionally restored. Stronger AV105 steering box, petrol tank to fit tail included, 110 pre-selector gearbox understood to have close-ratio gears and existing wider bulkhead with original regulator, cut-out, fuse box and wiring harness included with dash and all instruments. Timber body frame plus loads of spares.
Contact Mike Webb for details on 01299 402492
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