Sold pending collection.
I am devastated to be selling this car already!
After hunting for ages for the perfect track car I picked up this Westfield from Andrew @ Toybox specialist cars just over a month ago with the plan of doing some road use and track days. MOT was carried out prior to collection along with a few other jobs and a service.
I have driven this back from Toybox to my home in Bromsgrove where I started to do a couple of jobs, one of which was change the seats to some Tillett carbon ones as the existing ones are a little snug for me. Seats are available for the right offer but not included in the price below. The drives spot on and starts on the button even when warm.
While working on taking the seats out of the car I suffered a stroke, I’ve spent a week in hospital and although feeling good and back to my normal self I won’t be driving the car anytime soon.
The reason of my stroke is a small hole in my heart called an ASD, I’m only 33 so don’t fit the normal profile and will likely not be driving anything like this for a long time to come while I have my heart fixed.
Specification is as below - huge history file with this car.
Text is from the original advert when the car was sold last.
I spent considerable time and money in refreshing and updating my Westfield last winter and spring. As can be seen from the specification, very little was left untouched.I have a lever arch file containing all paperwork and original receipts from when the vehicle was first built by others, as well as all receipts for works conducted last winter and spring.This Westfield is very well suited for road & track use and has been setup accordingly by the professionals, Richard & Fraser at Blink. I personally participated in a few rounds of last seasons Speed Series, where the cars performance and handling was faultless; just my ability was left to be desired.When selling a vehicle, I strongly believe in honesty so not to waste anyone’s time. The GRP bodywork is starting to show some signs of wear, with some light hairline cracks and one, 2” scratch on O/S lower cill, as can be seen on pictures below. However, I’ve always machine polished and waxed the bodywork so in consideration of the age, still looks damn good; especially as it’s kept within an airchamber when not in use!Oil & filter changed September 2013 – only covered 550 miles since.Coolant flushed and changed March 2014Brake fluid changed March 2014MOT expires June 2015Previous owners including me = 4.As always with these types of vehicles, it has been well looked after and has always received praise from others wherever we have gone. If you are looking for a well-sorted Westfield, then look no further.Specification:CHASSIS:2004 SEIW – repainted winter 2013 using POR15.Caged, full roll cage – new 2014Escort Quick rack.Plays-kool front and rear anti roll bars – new 2014Front and rear wishbones – powder coated, winter 2013Re-powder coated cycle wing brackets & headlight brackets, winter 2013SUSPENSION:Protech Front and rear adjustable shocks, dyno’d and matched by Blink; full report will be supplied. – New 2014All original bushes replaced with Nylon bushes – new 2014Full suspension geometry set-up and corner weighted at 575KG with 10 litres of fuel by Blink, March 2014; full report will be supplied.ENGINE:Ford 2.0 Silver top, engine build date May 98 – mapped by Blink, 170bhp at the flywheel, reported to be a good strong unit with loads of tuning possibilities.Jenvey throttle bodies – new 2014Omex 600 ecu – new 2014Blink tuning file backed up on usb memory key.Panosonic 13" toughbook laptop with cables to connect to dash pro & Omex ecu.Pipercross airfilter – new 2014Repositioned Gel type PVR22 battery to front passenger footwell with FIA cut off switch – new 2014Alloy Oil catch tank – new 2014FUEL SYSTEM:Westfiled alloy fuel tankAlloy swirl tank – new 2014All new rubber fuel lines – new 2014Lift pump to swirl pot & Sytec fuel pump to throttle bodies – new 2014EXHAUST:Motad carbon – new 2014Westfield 4-1 manifoldGEARBOX:Ford type 9 with quick-shift gear stick for rifle slick changes. Gearbox has been mounted further back so to avoid the use of a extension plate for gear leaver.FINAL DRIVE:3.92 Sierra LSDCOOLING:Polo rad and fan controlled by ecu.Blue silicone hoses (Ash Performance) – new 2014System flushed and filled – March 2014Dunnell coolingBRAKES:Repainted brake calipers with POR caliber paint– winter 2013Front brakes – Cortina Mk iv discs and calipers fitted with Mintex 1144 padsRear brakes – escort Mk iv discs and Sierra calipers fitted with standard padsBODYWORK:2004 SEIW bodywork in blackV8 high mold bonnet.- new 2014Removable scuttle with just 4 bolts, making easy access to dash wiring.Removable Areodynamix rear diffuser - new 2014LED rear lights - new 2014CARBON FIBRE:Areodynamix Carbon dash – new 2014Areodynamix Carbon front cycle wings – new 2014Areodynamix Carbon rear panel – new 2014Carbon mods Carbon cill protectors – new 2014Carbon mods Carbon stone-chip guardsAreodynamix Carbon aeroscreenINTERIOR:Custom made Black leather, 4 point bucket seatsPlays-Kool 4 point harnesses in black – new 2014Rapfix Racing quick release boss – new 2014Momo suede D shape steering wheelRace technology Dash 2 Pro with ECU interface and oil pressure, coolant temp and wheel speed sensors – new 2014Savage switches – new 2014Auto cancel indicators - new 2014Repositioned fuses & ECU to a drop down plate on passenger side