How much is a Lola T70 worth?

The T70 was driven by a veritable “who’s who” of 1960s motor racing stars on both sides of the Atlantic….Detailing.

Vehicle: 1968 Lola T70 Mk III GT Coupe
Years Produced: 1967-1969
Number Produced: 30 coupes
Original List Price: unknown
SCM Valuation: Bitsa: $150,000-$200,000, Authenticated: $850,000-$1,250,000

What happened to Lola car company?

After a period in bankruptcy administration, Lola Cars International ceased trading on 5 October 2012. Many of Lola’s assets were subsequently purchased by a partnership composed of Multimatic Engineering and the Carl A. Haas Automotive company.

Was the Ford GT40 a Lola?

Ford bought the design, hired Broadley to bolster its racing program, and made the 1963 Lola Mk 6 the basis of the GT40. It worked beautifully. The Ford GT40 won Le Mans every year from 1966—when it swept the podium—to 1969.

Can Am sports cars?

The Can-Am cars were developments of the sports cars which were introduced in 1964 for the North American sports car races. The development variants M1A and M1B were raced as factory cars in 1966 with Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon as drivers.

How many Lola T70 were made?

The T70 was quite popular in the mid to late 1960s, with more than 100 examples being built in three versions: an open-roofed Mk II spyder, followed by a Mk III coupé, and finally a slightly updated Mk IIIB. The T70 was replaced in the Can-Am series by the lighter Lola T160.

What is a GT 40?

The Ford GT40 was a high-performance endurance racing car commissioned by the Ford Motor Company.

What kind of car is Lola?

1962 Chevrolet Corvette
“Lola” takes off in a scene from ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” A 1962 Chevrolet Corvette seems out of place against the high-tech backdrops of ABC’s coming “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” series. The old car looks like little more than part of a mid-life crisis for agent Phil Coulson, played by Clark Gregg.

Why is Ford GT 40?

Early cars were simply named “Ford GT” (for Grand Touring), the name of Ford’s project to prepare the cars for the international endurance racing circuit. The “40” represented its height of 40 inches (1.02 m), measured at the windshield, the minimum allowed.

Who made Ford GT body?

Five prototype models were built with roadster bodywork, including the Ford X-1. Two lightweight cars (of a planned five) were built by Alan Mann Racing in 1966, with light alloy bodies and other weight-saving modifications. The Mk.I met with little success in its initial tune for the 1964 and 1965 Le Mans races.

Who built the original Ford GT40 body?

The design was 156 inches long and 40 inches high, which led to it being dubbed the GT40. To speed up the development, Ford teamed up with British race car builder Eric Broadley and his company Lola to build the car.

How much is a Can Am 2021?

2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 X RS Turbo RR • $27,599.

Can Am models and prices?

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Who is the founder of Lola Racing Cars?

Lola Cars International Ltd. was a racing car engineering company founded in 1958 by Eric Broadley and based in Huntingdon, England. Enduring more than fifty years, it was one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of racing cars in the world. Lola Cars started by building small front-engined sports cars,…

When did Lola start to race at Daytona?

Lola (in association with Tracy Krohn) took over the Multimatic franchise in Grand-Am’s Daytona Prototype category in 2007. Krohn used his Riley cars at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 2008 but switched to the new cars later in the season.

When did the Lola Formula 5000 come out?

Lola (with rebodied Formula 5000 cars) dominated the CanAm sports car series when it was revived in the late 1970s, but many motorsport fans do not consider the single-seater Formula 5000-based cars from this era to be true sports cars, despite their full bodywork and enclosed wheel-wells.

What kind of cars did Lola Make in the 1960s?

Lola was one of the top chassis suppliers in the 1960s. After its small front-engined sports cars came various single-seaters including Formula Junior, Formula 3, Formula 2 and Formula 1 cars. Broadley designed the Ford V8 powered Lola Mk.6 coupe.