1959 Lister SVO Convertible. This is a very unique vintage race car
by Chuck Beck. It is titled as 1959 Lister SVO The purpose when
this recreation was constructed was to run Scca autocross. It has
been proven at over 150 mph on the race track. It is a re-creation
of a 1959 Lister built in Cambridge England using a small bock
Chevy as per period use. This engine has been race built to 450
horse and 450 torque. You could easily get another 100 horsepower
if you wanted to continue with further modifications. The steering
wheel is removable for ease of access. The car has correct fuel
cell and all safety equipment required for vintage racing. The car
is very fast and is very reasonable to maintain. It has a Borg
Warner Super T-10 4 speed transmission. Unlike most of the Lister
recreations this car was built using Corvette C4 suspension in all
4 corners so it has independent front and rear suspension unlike
the solid rear axle of most recreations. It drives superbly and
like a race car of its caliber should. Have receipts for the build
of the car. Everything has been done to a high standard of build.
Here is your chance to own a vintage race car far more unique than
a Shelby Cobra and drives it substantially better as well. -Vehicle
is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and
talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment
only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our
consignment page or Call
1959 Lister SVO
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