1974 Lola T332 Formula 5000 Vintage Race Car
Spotted in Arizona is a 1974 Lola T332 Formula 5000 Vintage Race Car for $185,000 USD. The seller states this car is in excellent condition. This is chassis number Hu32B in the correct 1970s livery of Eagle Creek Aviation in Aviation, Indianapolis. The original Hu32 was destroyed in a crash at Road America in 1974 and this car was built using some of those original parts. It is FIA HTP registered through motorsport in New Zealand. Immaculate condition, fully sorted, turn key and race ready.
Chassis tub: aluminium 3/4 monocoque, bonded and riveted.
Extra strengthening added to foot box area.
Engine: built in New Zealand by Steve Weeber with no expense spared.
Correct Chevy 5 liter using a DART block that has been lightened, AFR alum heads, T&D shaft rockers, roller cam, Weaver dry sump oiling, Vertex magneto.
Correct Lucas mechanical fuel injection on MacKay magnesium manifold.
Bartz valve covers are from the original Hu32.
Gearbox: Hewland DG300, magnesium case, 5 forward speeds. Box set up with more robust DGB/DGN Indy car gears.
Half shafts are equipped with CV joints.
Brakes: AP Lockheed 4 piston magnesium calipers with cockpit bias adjustment.
Moto Lita steering wheel and Lola fiberglass bucket seat are the originals from Hu32.
Period correct Jones rev counter.
Koni dampers. Aluminium radiators.
Recent Willans harness.
High down force vintage “banana” rear airfoil.
VARA logbook and Motorsports New Zealand logbook.
This car spent several years “down under” and was the 2009 winner of the Australian Vintage GP.
Most recently raced at Road America and Willow Springs.
Other parts from the original Hu32 are included but not installed on car.
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Price $185,000 USD