Just Reduced!!! for quick sale........ Now sitting on my showroom
floor for your inspect!! 1971 Midget Racer Built by David Ellis
from Michael Fux Collection a once in the lifetime offer!!!! GREAT
FOR VINTAGE RACING!!! This Midget Racer was built by David Ellis in
1971. Was owned and restored by famous car collector Michael Fux,
who sold it at Mecum's 2018 Kissimmee Auction. Some features:
Performance inline 4-cylinder engine Header and side exhaust Front
disc brakes Hoosier tires Tel Tac II digital tachometer Stewart
Warner gauges Simpson harness Flawless Paint Recently Restored It
has been used as a show car since the whole restoration was
completed by Michael Fux, so if you were to use it you would be
putting the first miles on it since then. The racer is being sold
on bill of sale because it does not have a title since it isn't
street legal. Priced under the market collectibles like this
selling in the hundreds of thousands of dollars!! offers
welcome............. Fully restored racer putting out 300 HP from
its 4-cylinder GM Vega engine. No expense spared and build costs
total when built. David Ellis built cars from 1971 through 1985
foremost Race Car builders in the Hobby. Only the finest parts used
on the racer, as is seen in the photos. Vehicle was previously
purchased from the Michael Fux collection. He is one of the most
famous car collectors in the world. Priced to sell. $15,990
1971 Custom Race Car
Location:Stratford, New Jersey
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