The first IMSA Camel Lights car produced by Spice Engineering, Ltd in the UK. Excellent race history, 10 poles, 4 wins, 13 podium finishes. Driven by Spice drivers Gordon Spice, Ray Bellum, Bob Earl, Chip Mead, Chip Ganassi, David Sears, and Clay Young in the 1986 season of IMSA Camel Lights. Fully restored and ready to race in Vintage racing, this rare car comes complete with numerous spares, including engines, suspension, wheels, and body parts.
Excellent factory original condition throughout. The car has its original re-skinned monocoque chassis, new factory body, rebuilt gearbox and other major components. The body is in excellent condition, being made from the original factory molds. The chassis was completely rebuilt by Spice USA utilizing the factory jigs in 1991. The car comes complete with 5 engines, including a fully rebuilt enduro engine installed in the car. Gearbox and clutch are also both rebuilt as new. This car is an excellent candidate for show or competitive vintage GTP racing both in the US and Europe. It is available for inspection in the Seattle area.
Body Design John Cafaro, Pontiac Styling studios; Max Schenkel, GM Aero Lab. Body Built By Spice Engineering Chassis No. PSGTPL1 Engine No. PSD232 Engine Type In-line 4 cylinder Material Iron block, Alloy head Size 3.0 Liters HP 359bhp & 275 ft lbs torque
Transmission Hewland DGB 5-speed manual with single-plate dry clutch Carburetion Kinsler mechanical fuel injection Chassis Aluminum honeycomb monocoque w/ carbon fiber top Suspension Front push rod & rear rocker arm: independent, double wishbone
w/coil-over springs & KONI shocks Steering Rack & pinion Brakes 13 x 1.1 ventilated disc brakes Wheels 16 x 10 & 16 x 14 BBS 3-piece Wheels Tires Goodyear racing radials
Overall Length 172.3 in Wheelbase 105 in Rear Track 57.5 in Front Track 58.4 in Dry Weight 1650lbs Power/Weight 1:4.596 Top Speed 180+ mph