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SEiW 2ltr Zetec (2001) Roadgoing Hillclimb car - 215Bhp

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My Westfield is available as I'm moving to single seater. Car is in very good condition, competitive & well known Midland Hillclimb Championship car. Roadgoing class B, it's taxed & MOT'd and has the followsing spec:

2ltr Zetec making 215Bhp & 169lbs torque (Northampton Motorsport built & dyno'd the engine - it's only done 2 seasons since full rebuild)

Piper 285 cams & verniers
Forged H section rods
Forged pistons
Protune head
New bearing set fitted
Pace dry sump
Lightweight race flywheel & clutch
Aluminium bellhousing for Type 9 gearbox
Weber 45 carbs
Westfield 4-1 exhaust & Thermal Logic silencer
Ford type 9 box with quick ratios
4.1 diff with LSD

Avo shocks
Nylon race bushes all round
Short steering arms - gives same rate as Westfield quick rack
Carbon metallic brake pads
Avon ZZR's - 215's front & rear (2 seasons, lots of tread left)
Flat floor with diffuser (pops off in secs)
Lightweight nose cone
Caged roll cage
Carbon fibre seat, brand new HANS belts (identical spare seat with brackets not fitted)
Very light car - 537kg
Setup by Ian Dayson at Force

Car has set the following times:

Loton Park 56.15
Prescott 46.12
Shelsley Walsh 31.35

Lots of receipts, lots of spares too, please call if you'd like any more information or photos emailing - car has only done about 5,400 miles as I rarely drive it on the road.

Here are some videos of it (can't upload a pic for some reason): https://www.youtube.com/user/charliemi16205

I'm asking £ 13,000 for it with the trailer which is a Brian James Clubman twin axle (380kg) so towing it's under a ton. Drop me a line on 07887 952 638 or charliem99@hotmail.com

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  • 5 weeks later...

Excellent news Charlie!


Good luck in the single seater.

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