1969 Lola T70 MK3BSOLD
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Original monocoque. Still with original gearbox.
5Ltrs Chevrolet engine on Weber 50.
FIA papers. Ready to race.

In 1975, Sbarro removed the spyder bodywork and sold the car to David Piper, with spare coupe bodywork.
Rebuilt to original specification.
1978: Sold to Carl Haas.
November: Sold to R. M. Bohanan.
1980: February: Sold to Ralph Kent-Cooke.
1985: Sold to an American collector who lived in Germany.
1990: Sold to Raimund Hoeppermans of Germany .
1996: Raced by Hoeppermans at the Spa-Francorchamps 6-hours in September
2003: Auctioned. Bought by Stephan Kringler. Perfectly detailed and restored by Kringler.
2004: Sold to Jean Guikas.

This car is a very interesting car because it was an experimental car for development of engines Chevrolet (being sold to Louis Morand ) and it is one of the very few MK3B still with the original monocoque (about 11 cars only !!!).

Reference Number 518

as of 3/21/2013

Overview
Car 1969 Lola T70 MK3B
VIN SL76/147 
Exterior / Interior Color      Dark Green 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
Options Competition: Full Race setup
Exterior: Two-tone paint 
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Known History

Delivered 20th May 1969 to Jo Bonnier as Lola agent. Sold to Louis Morand, brother of the well known engine builder. Gearbox No. LG600-169. To Switzerland. Dark green.

 

1969

13/7: Hockenhem, Solituderennen: Morand DNF. (Eng).

10/8: Osterreichring, Austrian 1000 kms. Louis Morand/Gerard Pillon, result unknown.

19/10: Hockenheim, 300 Meilen, DNF.

 

1970

11/1: Buenos Aires 1000 kms. Morand/Pillon; DNS. (Acc. in practice).

25/4: Monza 1000 kms. Morand/Pillon; DNQ.

17/5: Spa 1000 kms. Chevrolet on Webers. Morand/Pillon. DNF.

11/10: Hockenheim 300 miles. Interseries: Pillon; DNF.

18/11: Montlhery 1000 kms. Pillon/Claude Cochet; DNF. (gearbox).

 

To the Argentine where crashed.

Rebuilt by Franco Sbarro as a spyder. At this time, Franco Sbarro had SL76/143, 147, 150 and 151. He cut down three cars into Spyders and raced them in the Interseries. These three cars were SL/147, 150 and 143 according to the oil tanks they now wear.

 

Sold to Denis Veyrat.

 

1972: Took part in the Interseries.

21/5: Silverstone Interseries: D. Veyrat, # 24; 6th.

09/7: Zeltweg Interseries: D. Veyrat, # 24; DNS.

16/7: Hockenheim Interseries: D. Veyrat, # 24; RU.

 

Sold then to Gregor Fischer.

 

1973:

15/9: Hockenheim Interseries: Gregor Fischer; DNF.

30/9: Hockenheim Interseries: G. Fischer; 9th.