Britcar is an Endurance Motor Racing series formed in 1997, as a result of a discussion in a Nurburgring between Willie Moore and James Tucker. James Tucker and John Veness formed the organizing European Endurance & Racing Club (EERC) with the foremost aim the re-introduction of a 24-Hour Race in Britain.
Finished in a striking white and red colour combination this LM 3000 Britcar is one of only 18 cars believed left. Fitted with a reliable Cosworth V6 3000cc , it is mated to a 5 speed hewland gearbox and air jacks . The chassis was originally built by Jimmy Brady – and Both body, chassis and paint are in good general condition.
With little use over the last 3 years it has formed part of a private collection until last year when it underwent a refurbishment and rebuild. An excellent and fast alternative to any Noble, Porsche or Ferrari this stunning LM 3000 is ready to prove itself on any trackday or circuit event.