Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)
Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)

Austin 7 Special 'Shoestring' built by Alistair Frayling-Cork. Its a 1931 / 1996 car, representing 20 years of collecting parts at Autojumbles. Alistair entered Shoestring into every H750F race since 2001 until 2018 when he sold it to Roy Wetherall. Shoestring races as a 'road-going' special, complete with lights, mudguards, number plate etc.

Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)
Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)

Standard A7 rear axle

Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)
Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)

Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)
Shoestring (Austin 7 Special)

Austin 7 Special 'Shoestring' built by Alistair Frayling-Cork. Its a 1931 / 1996 car, representing 20 years of collecting parts at Autojumbles. Alistair entered Shoestring into every H750F race since 2001 until 2018 when he sold it to Roy Wetherall. Shoestring races as a 'road-going' special, complete with lights, mudguards, number plate etc.

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Time 3B
Time 3B

TIME 3B built by Tim Green in 1980/71. Raced by guest driver BTCC's Anthony Reid in 2017 at Anglesey. Previously also ran an Imp engine in the 750 Trophy invitation class (now disbanded). Previous owners include Mike Dorsett and Roger Windley.

Time 3B
Time 3B

Reliant 850 engine fitted with control camshaft and SU 1 1/4

Time 3B
Time 3B

Time 3B
Time 3B

TIME 3B built by Tim Green in 1980/71. Raced by guest driver BTCC's Anthony Reid in 2017 at Anglesey. Previously also ran an Imp engine in the 750 Trophy invitation class (now disbanded). Previous owners include Mike Dorsett and Roger Windley.

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Centaur Mk14
Centaur Mk14

Centaur built by Tony Shaw. Extensively rebuilt by David Depper in 2015, finishing best in Class C for the 2016, 2017 and 2019 seasons. Reliant 850cc, SU 1 1/4 with control cam. Now updated to run Dunlop CR65 tyres

Centaur Mk14
Centaur Mk14

Centaur  Mk 14
Centaur Mk 14

Dunlop CR65 525 with 4.9 differential

Centaur Mk14
Centaur Mk14

Centaur built by Tony Shaw. Extensively rebuilt by David Depper in 2015, finishing best in Class C for the 2016, 2017 and 2019 seasons. Reliant 850cc, SU 1 1/4 with control cam. Now updated to run Dunlop CR65 tyres

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A7 Special
A7 Special

Previously raced by David Asplin in 750MC

A7 Special
A7 Special

Previously raced by David Asplin in 750MC

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A7 Cowley Special
A7 Cowley Special

Built by Bill Cowley, a serial builder of 750 Formula cars. The Cowley was built as a 'one-off' toy for his son, Nigel. Later it was turned into a race car. Subsequently bought by John Gasking who regularly raced in 750MC, before being sold to Janine Plain-Jones and raced by husband Charlie Plain-Jones. Charlie is also the series Austin 7 representative. Competing in Bert Hadley and H750F, it's fitted with Toyo road legal tyres. Was this the Cowley Mk2?

Austin 7 Cowley Special
Austin 7 Cowley Special

Austin 7 Cowley Special
Austin 7 Cowley Special

A7 Cowley Special
A7 Cowley Special

Built by Bill Cowley, a serial builder of 750 Formula cars. The Cowley was built as a 'one-off' toy for his son, Nigel. Later it was turned into a race car. Subsequently bought by John Gasking who regularly raced in 750MC, before being sold to Janine Plain-Jones and raced by husband Charlie Plain-Jones. Charlie is also the series Austin 7 representative. Competing in Bert Hadley and H750F, it's fitted with Toyo road legal tyres. Was this the Cowley Mk2?

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Hague (Rapide)
Hague (Rapide)

The Rapide (Hague) is the love child of Chris Hague and Peter Chaddicote. Chris designed the Hague but enlisted the help of Peter for some design and drawings. Peter built the Rapide for himself, similar to the semi-monocoque Hague. The Rapide has different front suspension pick up points and a slightly longer wheelbase. Constructed using 2" box section rails with double skin aluminium panels. Owner John Paul-Davies purchased from Cliff Ringrose and prior to that it was raced by Nicola Windley.

Rapide (Hague) FL
Rapide (Hague) FL

Fabricated uprights, 13" wheels, running front disc brakes. Sat on Dunlop CR65 race tyres.

Rapide (Hague)
Rapide (Hague)

Hague (Rapide)
Hague (Rapide)

The Rapide (Hague) is the love child of Chris Hague and Peter Chaddicote. Chris designed the Hague but enlisted the help of Peter for some design and drawings. Peter built the Rapide for himself, similar to the semi-monocoque Hague. The Rapide has different front suspension pick up points and a slightly longer wheelbase. Constructed using 2" box section rails with double skin aluminium panels. Owner John Paul-Davies purchased from Cliff Ringrose and prior to that it was raced by Nicola Windley.

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Austin 7 Worden
Austin 7 Worden

1960 Goodacre Trophy winner built by Tony Densham and Harry Worral.

Worden history (p1 of 5)
Worden history (p1 of 5)

Worden history (p5 of 5)
Worden history (p5 of 5)

Austin 7 Worden
Austin 7 Worden

1960 Goodacre Trophy winner built by Tony Densham and Harry Worral.

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JB Special
JB Special

One of the most succesful H750F cars built. A 'new' car built to pre-74 regulations by John Britnell who sadly never got to race it due to the on-set of parkinsons. It's been raced by a number of drivers to a number of podium finishes.

JB Special
JB Special

One of the most succesful H750F cars built. A 'new' car built to pre-74 regulations by John Britnell who sadly never got to race it due to the on-set of parkinsons. It's been raced by a number of drivers to a number of podium finishes.

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A7 Cowley Mk3
A7 Cowley Mk3

A7 Cowley Mk3
A7 Cowley Mk3

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Miss Green
Miss Green

A customer Pigsty built A7 with Rod Yates coach build body. Initially n/aspirated, then development led to supercharging and then a methanol conversion. Now graduated from Class A into Class C.

Miss Green
Miss Green

Miss Green
Miss Green

Miss Green
Miss Green

A customer Pigsty built A7 with Rod Yates coach build body. Initially n/aspirated, then development led to supercharging and then a methanol conversion. Now graduated from Class A into Class C.

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Pigsty Mk11
Pigsty Mk11

Pigsty Mk11
Pigsty Mk11

Pigsty Mk11
Pigsty Mk11

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A7 Special
A7 Special

A7 Special
A7 Special

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