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SEight 5.1 V8 - SALE agreed

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SALE NOW AGREED

 

After much deliberation I have decided its time to move on to something else, only real reason for sale is that my wife and I have recently got back together and as we have an 11 year old son I want a second car that we can all enjoy at the same time.

I bought the car in Feb 2017 and have since lavished huge amounts of time, effort and not a little money taking a really nice car and making it even better (I hope)

The car attracts a huge amount of attention and has never ceased to put a smile on my face, it has been virtually faultless, a bad indicator earth and a failed clutch slave cylinder being the only issues I have encountered.

Will come with a massive folder full of invoices dating back to its original build up to date and is a car that really needs to be seen to be appreciated.

Car is based in Telford, has MOT until end of Feb 19 - last one passed with zero advisories.

I would welcome any inspection / viewing and believe the first person to express serious interest will buy it - its a very special car but my family is more special to me.

Spec is below:

Registered – 2004

Current mileage – 13,000

Over 130 invoices totalling in excess of £30k build costs (excluding consumables)

General / Bodywork

Westfield widebody with FW (Featherweight) panels

Weight – approx. 670kg

Carbon fibre  dash, boot panel and rear arch protectors

Carbon NV aeroscreen and front wings

Westermann Motorsport carbon fibre half doors

Rose jointed RAC roll bar

Interior

 

Intatrim Stoneleigh GT seats with 2 stage heating

Scroth FIA approved harnesses

Carbon Mick carbonfibre chassis rail protectors

Instrumentation

Stack ST8130 Digidash Plus with full parameter recording and lap timing

Engine

5.1 V8 built by V8 Developments

330bhp @ 5300rpm

380 lb ft torque from 2200-4500rpm

Redlined at 6300 rpm

Lightened flywheel

Fully balanced

Vernier timing chain set

Big valve heads and race cams

Solid lifters

Jenvey throttle bodies with ITG filters

3 stage John Eales dry sump

Run on Millers CF 10w60 NT+ oil

Aeroquip fittings throughout

Bespoke long-range foam filled fuel tank

DTA 8 PRO programmable ECU with Launch and Traction control

Bespoke high flow radiator by Brise Fabrications

Electric pull fans controlled by ECU

Samco silicone hoses

Bespoke stainless steel exhaust and manifolds designed to meet strictest track sound test limits

Oil temp never usually goes above 100 degrees

Water temp never above 90 degrees

Has used no oil or water in my ownership

Transmission

R380 gearbox

Ford Sierra 7” diff with ZF plated LSD 3.62 ratio

Steering / Suspension

Specifications for suspension and set-up development by head of Audi Chassis Dynamics (UK)

Nitron dampers, dyno’d and matched to springs

Image 3 piece billet 15x7” / Nankang NS-2R 205/50/15 fitted at 12,500 miles

BG quick release hub

Quick rack (2.1 turns lock to lock) with stops

Brakes

Hi Spec Ultralight 4 pot front calipers with drilled / vented discs

Sierra rear calipers with drilled / vented discs

 

If you type in "Westfield SEight 5.1" in to YouTube there are a number of videos where you can see and hear this wonderful car

 

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I might of missed it but can't see a price. Great looking car 

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Price is £14,500 - based very much on what other V8s have sold for in the last year and aligned to the massive spec of mine

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