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Chevron B19 **RACE READY**

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This Chevron B19 wears chassis number 71-10A, which was originally delivered to Ed Swart as part of the Canon Racing Team in Europe. The car was rebuilt by Amalfi Racing of Jupiter, Florida, in the 1990s with a replacement tubular steel chassis, fiberglass body, and suspension. It was acquired by the seller in February 2013 and features a replica red and white Canon Racing Team livery, a single Wolf Motorsports fixed-back Speed Seat, and a fire-suppression system. Power comes from a 2.0L Ford-Cosworth BDG inline-four paired with a Hewland FT200 five-speed manual transaxle. This Chevron is now offered in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, with various spare parts, matching spare nose, records, and a bill of sale.


The B19 was designed for competition in the FIA G6 class and was introduced in 1971. Chassis 71-10A was originally built in 1971 and was campaigned by Ed Swart and future Formula 1 World Champion Jody Scheckter in the South African Springbok Championship Series, where it won the three-hour Lourenço Marques in Mozambique on November 28, 1971. It was subsequently raced by a number of British drivers before being fitted with a steel Skoda body and raced in Super Saloon events from 1977 to 1983. It was imported to the US in the 1980s. A 1990s refurbishment included replacing the chassis, body, and suspension, while the removed parts were used to assemble a different B19.

The fiberglass bodywork on this example is finished in a replica red and white Canon Racing Team livery. Features include a single brake light, chrome roll bar, a tinted plexiglass windscreen, and a trio of mirrors. Spidering is visible on the nose, along with paint chips. The condition of the finish can be seen up close in the gallery, along with the matching spare nose that is fitted with headlights.

The two-piece BBS wheels are mounted with Goodyear Eagle Sports Car Special slicks. A replacement monocoque chassis with a fully independent suspension is said to have been fitted by Amalfi Racing in 1993. Braking is handled by AP Racing four-piston calipers at all four corners.

The right-hand-drive cockpit features a Wolf Motorsports fixed-back Speed Seat trimmed in brown cloth with a Willans harness. The car is equipped with a fire-suppression system and a right-hand shifter.

The Momo Formula steering wheel fronts a 12k-rpm Smiths tachometer and gauges for coolant temperature, oil pressure, and oil temperature as well as a shift light. Auxiliary gauges are mounted to the left of the steering wheel along with an engine run timer showing 60 hours. The seller estimates adding approximately 1,800 miles under their ownership, and total mileage is unknown.

The 2.0L Ford-Cosworth BDG inline-four was reportedly built by S. Jennings Racing and features Carrillo Rods, CP pistons, a Lucas distributor and 8mm fuel-injection system, a Geoff Richardson cylinder head, and a Ford Hart cam cover. The engine is said to have covered approximately 800 miles since its last rebuild.

Power is sent to the rear wheels via a Hewland FT200 five-speed manual transaxle fitted in a later case. An AP Racing clutch is also fitted.

1 – 194 PSI
2 – 201 PSI
3 – 200 PSI
4 – 196 PSI

Leak Down at 80 PSI with hot oil and warm engine:
1 – 19%
2 – 18%
3 – 20%
4 – 18%


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Item Location: Elkhart Lake Wisconsin USA
Seller: Sporty2s
Joined March 2023
  Kevin Leparski
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Country: United States of America
City: Glen Ellyn
Phone: 8474012488
Condition Used
Trade or Private: Private
Price: $120,000
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Added: 31/05/2023
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