The Porsche factory racer plus research and development car used with various engine/cam configurations. It even ran an auto box to prove its reliability in endurance races as an advert for their new road going gearbox. Driven to victory in the Tour of France and many other races by Vic Elford amongst others. Recently given a sympathetic restoration keeping as many original panels as possible even though badly damaged and converted over the years. Evidence of rolls and cartwheels are all part of the makeup in the historic racing scene. Refinished in original Blood Orange and Satin Black.




This 1967/68 car once driven by Jacky Ickx and Jochen Rindt among others was hidden in a barn in Switzerland after its last race many, many years ago. Recently saved by an enthusiast with a full restoration throughout to a very high standard but still to go racing. Colour scheme kept original as shown in the pictures




Driven in 1967 by Dan Gurney himself run by the AAR racing team. Up until recently still maintained and developed by the late Paul Vincent (Gurneys mechanic) Gurney drove the Eagle again at the Goodwood Festival of Speed a couple of years ago, he found the cockpit a lot smaller than he remembered. Even in Historic racing of late this car beats cars of much younger design, of course winning its own class outright. Pictures show damage to the nose which i repaired after a Monaco clash with Ferrari.