Lotus 2323b - 1962-1966Details click here
The lotus 23 and 23b were eagerly snapped up by private drivers, with 60 sold the first year and more than 130 built between 1962 and 1966. They were characterized by a low, aerodynamic fiberglass body.
Lotus 69 - 1970-1971Details click here
Some lotus racing cars were advanced enough in technique to be capable of ainning for several years without major modification, but the 69 had only a brief period of glory in formula two competition. And even this accomplishment was due more to the talent of its drivers than to the qualities of the model.
Lotus Europa - Details click here
Getting into a lotus europa meant thrusting a fully extended leg inside, then going into a body roll. The windows didnt open, the rear view was as narrow as a mail slot and the chassis vibrated like a tuning fork. One magazine called the europa the ugliest car in the world. but sports-car lovers will put up with a lot for the thrill of taking a curve at full throttle, so more than 9,000 of these lightweight two-seat coupes were sold.
March 7i2m - 1971Details click here
The collector of single-seat formula two racing cars should have little difficulty in locating a march 712m: 20 were made in a single year. Many racing stables junked the cars they started with during the 1971 season in favor of this small but effective march.
Maserati 250 F - 1954-1957Details click here
The maserati 250 f is often considered to be the outstanding grand prix car of the fifties. With its simple, well-balanced shape and its powerful engine, it amassed an outstanding list of racing victories, including some of the most celebrated wins of perhaps the greatest grand prix driver of them all, juan-manuel fangio.