Jack Myers was a well known Australian motor racing identity who in 1961/1962 started his next project to build a competitive Formula Junior. He completed the project to rolling chassis form before he lost his life at Catalina Park racing his twin Triumph engine special. In 1963 the rolling chassis was purchased by Gordon Crawford who completed construction of the car.
Engine: Ford 109E, 1060cc. Cosworth cylinder head, billet steel crankshaft and rods, gear driven Campro Cosworth A6 camshaft.
Complete engine overhaul, including full balance, just completed by engine reconditioner and cylinder head specialist.
Gearbox/transaxle: Original VW gearbox and transaxle fitted with Hollinger internals with 5 forward gears and reverse. Fully rebuilt with new sandwich plate machined and fitted.
Clutch: New Tilton clutch fitted, flywheel machined and assembly fully balanced. New master and slave cylinders fitted with bore sizes selected to give optimum pedal stroke and pressure.
Brakes: Original Girling front and rear disc brakes fully rebuilt with new hydraulics and rotors machined.
Tyres: A new set of Dunlop race tyres just fitted and the wheels balanced.
Suspension: New Koni adjustable front shock absorbers and front springs. Wheels aligned, suspension angles adjusted and the 4 corners weighted.
Body: Original modified Lynx Mark I, GRP body, freshly painted in stunning Capricorn blue.
Documents: Include CAMS COD, Log books, history of the car and a comprehensive summary with invoices of all the work done on the car by the present owner. Photograph file available.
This is a fully sorted and competitive race car which is consistently in the fastest group of New Zealand Formula Juniors (copies of race results and lap times available).
The seller is confident that the car will prove to be a very competitive and rewarding Formula Junior exceeding the expectations of anyone who is interested in this class of historic motor racing.
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