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1987 March 87C Indy Car (Serial #87c&38211;01)

1987 March Indy Car

Description: Driven by Arie Luyendyk &38220;The Flying Dutchman&38221; for Hemelgarn Racing Team during the 1987 season. Finished 7th overall in points and was used as a backup in &38217;88.

Arie and the team won the following awards in &38217;87:
CART &38211; Most Miles Completed
CART &38211; Most Laps Completed
CART &38211; Most Improved Driver

Currently the March is setup in full road course trim with approx 180 miles on the DFX engine (built by Gerald Davis). The car is in original livery and will be a &38220;looker&38221; no matter what event you attend. Recent Service, SVRA Logbook; this car has been treated with kid gloves (never over 10k & low boost) and primarily used for exhibition (New Hampshire Vintage Celebration, Historic Indy Showcase, SVRA &38211; Exhibition Class, Private Test Days). This car is fully documented and comes with some spares and memorabilia.

Price: $78,000 (US)
Location: Pennsylvania
Contact: Chris Shoemaker @ (610)420–9746 or cshoem286@yahoo.com

1959 Jocko Special – Formula Junior

1959 Jocko

Description: Built by Jocko Maggiocomo, Driven by Jim Haynes; this American built Front–Engine Formula Junior is regarded as “one of the most successful American backyard FJ specials ever built.” The Jocko’s first formal competition was during the 1960 Sebring feature race where it was driven to an 8th place finish (running as high as 2nd).

The Jocko Special has an excellent history:
Jim Haynes (1959 F3 Champ)
Sam Posey’s 1st race car
Featured: “Vintage American Road Racing Cars 1950-1970.”
Check out the car’s profile in our “CAR PROFILE SECTION”

The car comes complete with an extensive spares collection and some memorabilia. To date, this FJr has been successfully campaigned in both the VSCCA and VRG throughout Northeast track venues since 2001 – a crowd favorite at the PVGP. This FJr would be welcome at ANY vintage venue throughout the world and with 2008 being the 50th Anniversary of Formula Juniors, do not hesitate to own this unique piece of vintage machinery.

Price: $55,000 (US)
Location: Pennsylvania
Contact: Chris Shoemaker @ (610)420–9746 or cshoem286@yahoo.com



Description: This car is ideal for someone starting into vintage racing. It runs in the Preservation class of the VSCCA, but is welcome in most other vintage organizations. It is extremely reliable and easy to drive. In ten years of racing, I’ve had just two DNF’s: one was a flat tire, and the other was the failure of a new “Sport” coil the first time out. Everything works in the car: horn, lights, wipers, heater and defroster. The engine is in a mild state of tune. It features a “Fast Street Cam,” which, as Moss says, boosts mid–range and top end power, and results in an idle with a “slightly rougher bite.” It does not overheat on hot days or while idling. I’ve run 1 min. 17 sec. laps at Lime Rock in the car.

Prepared to VSCCA specifications:
– Full interior, including original gauges
– Original seats
– Legal roll bar with head support
– Five point safety harness
– Transferable log book

Other features:
– Fire suppression system
– Additional fire extinguisher
– 8 gallon Fuel Safe cell
– Oil cooler
– Transponder installed
– inch front anti–sway bar

Also included:
– Original fuel tank, rear bumper w/ license plate holder and wiring
– 5 VSCCA legal steel wheels w/ Dunlop racing tires (5 x 15)
– 4 Panasport Racing alloy wheels w/ Hoosier Vintage T.D. racing tires (5.50 x 15)
– 5 “roller” wheels and tires
– 4 street legal tires - not mounted
– 4 Hoosier Vintage T.D. racing tires 5.00 x 15 (used, but usable) – not mounted

Price: $15,000 (car and spares)
Location: Pennsylvania
Contact: Ed Crane @ (215)855–4755 or (215)205–9851 (cell)


1963 Corvette

Description: This is a 1963 fuel injected Corvette with great race history – Monterey, Watkins Glen, Mid–Ohio, Road Atlanta and more. Fresh cosmetic restoration, perfect and race ready.
Price: $85,000 or Best Offer
Location: Minnesota
Contact: Doug Karon @ (612)759–6355 or LABS0808@aol.com

1978 DATSUN 280Z

1978 Datsun 280Z

Description: The car is a 1978 280Z, probably the most original unrestored 1 owner example around. 22,000 miles, 5 speed blue. Expensive at $29,000, but try to find another this nice, or try to restore a junker for less.
Price: $29,000
Location: New Jersey
Contact: Tom Miller @(908) 693–5723 or tmiller@gardenstategraphics.com

1973 MARCH 73A/1 F-5000

Greg Wolds

Description: Restored to the original 1973 specifications, original Swiss Morand engine; Lucas Fuel injection; DG–300 gearbox rebuilt by Craig Taylor; raced only 4 times since restoration; original March wheels and spare BBS fronts; everything new or rebuilt; well detailed and period authentic; ready to race; spare gear sets; featured car in the www.marchives.com site and restoration history detailed in the March 2001 Victory Lane.
Price: $88,000
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Contact: Greg Wold @(763) 420–4503 or minics1@comcast.net