1967 McLaren M1C Reproduction
History: Built in early 1990s and raced through the late 1990s in England in the Historic Replica Series for Can-Am replicas. The car was a numerous class winner in the series.
Condition: Car is a rolling chassis and is with or without a Hewland trans. Car has a new frame, all new brake discs, rebuilt calipers, 80% new ball joints, new rear radius arms, new front shocks, new master cylinders, new front a-arms, new NS4 aluminum bulkhead paneling, new rear wheels, new pedals and new steering wheel. All the remainder of the chassis is rebuilt. Original livery.
Engine: Car is less engine. It is set up for a Chevy V8 small block.
Trans: Car is less trans. Set up for a Hewland or similar
Wheels: 3 piece front and new 3 piece rear wheels. 4 new brake rotors. 4 piston cast iron calipers.
Rears: 15 x 15 Fronts 10 x 15
Suspension: New adjustable front and rear Spax shocks with coil over springs. Alloy uprights with CV set up. Front anti-sway bar.
Misc: Car has full instruments, shift linkage, new Wilwood master cylinders, headlights and taillights. This car was restored by Autotune Racing. It was their company car and driven by Anthony Taylor in the 1990s.
The above information is accurate to the best of our knowledge.