1996 LOLA T96-50 | Lola racing history: Lola Cars International Ltd. was a British race car engineering company in operation from 1958 to 2012. The company was founded by Eric Broadley in Bromley, England (then in Kent, now part of Greater London), before moving to new premises in Slough, Buckinghamshire and finally Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, and endured for more than fifty years to become one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of racing cars in the world. From Lola's website, Lola is one of the world's iconic motorsport brands, and probably the most successful manufacturer of customer race cars of all-time. From 1958 to 2012, Lola's engineers designed and produced nearly 5000 race cars spanning 400 different model types, gaining unparalleled success in motorsport championships around the world including IndyCar, Le Mans, Formula 1, Formula 5000, Formula 3000, A1GP and Touring Cars. From Monaco to Indianapolis, and from Le Mans to Daytona, Lola's single-seaters and sports cars, driven by many of the world's most famous drivers carved out a unique position in motorsport history. Chassis number H.U. 04, manufactured by LOLA Cars of Huntington England. Not a titled item, bill of sale only. This bank seized vehicle will sell at public auction on Saturday, June 25th. Location: Barber Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. www.hendersonmotorseries.com for all the details. Offered without reserve.