1971 Ferrari 512 S M replicaSOLD
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We are pleased to offer 1971 Ferrari 512 M replica s/n JDR #01. This car is a virtual duplicate of the Factory 512 M racers. The body, frame and suspension were duplicated by John Hajduk when he rebuilt 512 Ms s/n 1008 and 1034 in 1994/95.

The engine is a Daytona engine fitted with a modern dry sump system and converted to slide–valve fuel injection, built by Bob Wallace. John fitted the Lucas metering unit to the back of the left cam, and the distributor to the right cam bank, so the engine looks like a correct 512 S/M engine and produces almost 500 hp. With a weight well under 2,000 lbs and almost 500 hp, the power to weight ratio is truly staggering and all of this performance is put to the ground through a bullet–proof Hewland gearbox. Eligible for HSR, SVRA, SCCA vintage and multiple other events, JDR #01 is the lowest priced Ferrari Sports–Prototype on the planet. This Ferrari would be insanely expensive to build today. It is available for less than the cost of construction in 1995.

A comprehensive spares package including a painted nose, a primed nose, the nose mould, the tail mould, the air box mould, four new BBS wheels and a new oil tank are available at a modest extra cost.

Reference Number 5426

as of 12/15/2006

Overview
Car 1971 Ferrari 512 S M replica
VIN JDR #01 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Competition: Full Race setup, Racing Seats
Exterior: Alloy rims 
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Known History

While rebuilding 512 Ms s/n 1008 and 1034, John Hajduk was contracted by Richard and Benton Bryan to build a 512 M replicar. Hajduk built a complete third car, minus the engine and transmission, so… chassis, body, uprights, etc. were all built identical to a Factory 512 M. The steering rack and brake calipers were updated and are from an Indy car. Virtually every part is faithful to the original, right down to duplicates of the original gauges, so it looks and drives like the Factory cars.