2001 Reynard 01Q   SOLD

Chassis 002 was run by Dick Barbour Racing. Competed at circuits such as Le Mans, Jarama, Mosport and Laguna Seca by a range of drivers including Didier de Radigues and Eric Van De Poele. Subsequently owned by Fred Goddard Racing the car eventually went to Nicholson McLaren engines, who installed a Cosworth XB engine.

The XB has since been removed and the car is offered as a rolling chassis with gearbox, with a significant spares package including 27 wheels (some unused), two spare gearboxes, two casings and a full set of moulds and patterns.

Eligible for historic racing in the US (including the Daytona Historic) and also for the newly announced Masters Le Mans Legends series. Correct specification Judd engine available from Engine Developments.

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