“It’s nice to have my last and former PCA Club race car back in the barn, but a bit bittersweet at the same time. I built this car in 1999 from a totally rust free chassis that I found in Indiana and hauled home. Its first race was at Sebring in 2000 and that was followed by 15 more over the next 3 years.
In 2003, my responsibilities as an official for the Club Race series were absorbing a lot of time and I had run out of money to race, so I packed it in and sold the car to a friend that has used it only occasionally since as a drivers education car and in a few Vintage race events. He has returned to sailing as his chief pastime, so the car is being offered again.
Because I was a PCA Race Scrutineer at the time it was built, I had to insure that is was totally stock for its class and it remains so. At +/- 2,300 pounds and with all its safety equipment, the car will come with all its records and is a race ready with its logbook and all the required safety equipment, including a custom cage, race seats with 5 point harness’, seat back brace, kill switch, fire extinguisher and a suspension set up that makes it just a wonder to drive. A complete review of its mechanicals has just been completed and the compression on all cylinders measures between 115-120 PSI.”
This struck me as a very well packaged race car at a seemingly reasonable price. Maybe I’m just tainted by the site of $60-100K early 911s so when I see one listed for the $30s, I think, hey bargain.
Offered at $34,900 by European Locators, or best reasonable offer, it comes with all of its equipment, logbook, and a second set of Factory alloys with mounted rains.