MG Andere MG Barchetta -ex Stirling Moss-

MG Andere MG Barchetta -ex Stirling Moss-

365.000 €

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Technische Daten

Bauart:
Coupé
Farbe:
schwarz
Erstzulassung:
01/1953
Kilometerstand:
5.423 km
Kraftstoff:
Benzin
Getriebe:
Schaltgetriebe

Beschreibung

- Vermutlich der bedeutendste Prototype MG Sportwagen- Ex Sir Stirling Moss, Lionel Leonard, Eric Brandon, David Blakely, Les Leston- Umfangreich dokumentiert- Eintrittskarte für hochkarätige VeranstaltungenDescription:John Tojeiro made his name as a chassis engineer in England and once he was established, customers were contacting him and commissioning him to build one-off race cars. Tojeiros first car was powered by a Bristol engine. Shortly after that, Tojeiro built two or three MG powered cars with a similar body. The Tojeiro MG is inspired by the Ferrari 166 and can be seen as the DNA for the AC Ace which later became the AC Shelby Cobra.This Tojeiro MG was ordered by Lionel Leonard from John Tojeiro. LOY 501 had considerable success in the hands of Lionel Leonard, David Blakeley and Erik Brandon and Stirling Moss. Of particular note is the fact that LOY 501 was almost lost forever. Leonard's last race of the 1954 season was also his last race. After a off market-pause" of almost 30 years it came into the hands of Rodney Tolhurst in Maidstone and he restored it. The further owners history is documented. In the early 2000s this MG returned to England, to Martin Chisholm of Classic Motor Hub, who gave the Tojeiro its first taste of racing air at the Goodwood Revival in 2009. 1953 Tojeiro MG The Leonard Special LOY 501 is the most important Prototype MG sports car and is declared "of significant historical importance". The racing history is well documented by numerous historical photos. A "Historic Technical Passport" and many articles in magazines come with the car. Due to its racing history and its rarity, this car is an interesting investment and at the same time a ticket for many top-class events. All that's missing now is a new owner who can make the Tojeiro dance like Stirling Moss did all those years ago!Engine:1, 5-liter MG straight-four XPAG engine, ca. 125 hp.- Probably the most important Prototype MG sports car- Ex Sir Stirling Moss, Lionel Leonard, Eric Brandon, David Blakely, Les Leston- Great history file- Ticket for many top-class eventsDescription:John Tojeiro made his name as a chassis engineer in England and once he was established, customers were contacting him and commissioning him to build one-off race cars. Tojeiros first car was powered by a Bristol engine. Shortly after that, Tojeiro built two or three MG powered cars with a similar body. The Tojeiro MG is inspired by the Ferrari 166 and can be seen as the DNA for the AC Ace which later became the AC Shelby Cobra.This Tojeiro MG was ordered by Lionel Leonard from John Tojeiro. LOY 501 had considerable success in the hands of Lionel Leonard, David Blakeley and Erik Brandon and Stirling Moss. Of particular note is the fact that LOY 501 was almost lost forever. Leonard's last race of the 1954 season was also his last race. After a off market-pause" of almost 30 years it came into the hands of Rodney Tolhurst in Maidstone and he restored it. The further owners history is documented. In the early 2000s this MG returned to England, to Martin Chisholm of Classic Motor Hub, who gave the Tojeiro its first taste of racing air at the Goodwood Revival in 2009. 1953 Tojeiro MG The Leonard Special LOY 501 is the most important Prototype MG sports car and is declared "of significant historical importance". The racing history is well documented by numerous historical photos. A "Historic Technical Passport" and many articles in magazines come with the car. Due to its racing history and its rarity, this car is an interesting investment and at the same time a ticket for many top-class events. All that's missing now is a new owner who can make the Tojeiro dance like Stirling Moss did all those years ago!Engine:1, 5-liter MG straight-four XPAG engine, ca. 125 hp.---Anmerkung: Zwischenverkauf und Irrtümer für dieses Angebot sind ausdrücklich vorbehalten. Ausschlaggebend sind einzig und allein die Vereinbarungen im Kaufvertrag. Die Angaben zum KM-Stand sind abgelesen und geben nicht die Gesamtlaufleistung wieder sofern nicht ausdrücklich im Inserat hervorgehoben. Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch. Bei weiteren Fragen senden Sie uns eine E-Mail oder nehmen Sie telefonisch Kontakt zu uns auf.

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Handelsregister: Amtsgericht Hamburg
Handelsregisternr: HRA 77369
Umsatzsteuer-Identifikationsnr.: DE814800563
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