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Peter Seager-Thomas
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Whilst on a recent visit to Brooklands Museum, I saw a temporary resident I had never heard of before.

The first image explains all, and was the sum of my knowledge about the car. Now I'll have to investigate...







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Tony Condon
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Hi Peter
I agree ,it is a very rare car and one that had completely slipped under my radar and I am a bit of an alfista
I saw the car down at goodwood last year when it was possible to look under the bonnet
it had a very gothic transmission, looked like an engine and gearbox had been bolted to a monza back axle ,obviously pre transaxle days
however you cant help but being impressed by the aero dynamics as the body work certainly looked like jaguar C/d type body work some 20 years later
Does anyone know if it has any real competition history?

cheers tony
 
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