3 Speed Automatic TransmissionChevy 350 V8 Engine104 MilesRuns and
Sounds as Good as it Looks This modern J2X Allard was built by
Elite Enterprises. They were a company that was owned by Gerald
Knapp and formed in 1969 in Cokato Minnesota. The company produced
a variety of handcrafted cars. Their cars were extremely well
built, and Walt Disney even purchased several of Elite Enterprises'
Laser 917s for the movie "The Love Bug goes to Monte Carlo." In
March of 1982, a decision was made to proceed with a project that
had been planned for five years, this car would be a replica of the
J2X Allard race car of the early 1950s. Work progressed under the
direct supervision of Gerald Knapp. The body and chassis were ready
for release in November, and the first JX2 was delivered on
December 2nd, 1982. It is believed that a total of 10 Elite
Enterprises J2Xs were built. Plaques on the car indicate that this
car was not finally assembled until 2009. It is outfitted with a
healthy Chevy 350 cid engine and automatic transmission. The valve
covers and other ancillaries are all badged "Allard." This machine
runs and sounds as good as it looks. The new owner will undoubtedly
have a lot of fun turning heads in this modern racing machine.
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