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MCLAREN M4A F2 - €135,000

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According to Trojan records, as stated on a Trojan "Verification Statement" dated 30 August 2000, chassis 200-13 was a Formula 3 car supplied to Chequered Flag Racing on 17 November 1967. The usage of this car in 1968 is unknown but as the history of the Mike Walker car is known, this is likely to be the Flag F3 car raced that season by Ian Ashley. In 2000, Trojan "allocated" this number to the ex-Max Callicott McLaren M4A despite adding that "identification of either car to its original Chassis Number is impossible at this stage". The ex-Max Callicott car now has a reproduction chassis plate bearing this chassis number. Max Callicott (Anaheim, CA) raced a Formula B McLaren M4A in SCCA Nationals in the 1969 season. His 1969 Drivers Licence application lists the Sears Point National in July as his first outing, but he had revealed plans to race the McLaren as early as March. A letter from Callicott dated 1996 that is with the car says that he bought it direct from The Chequered Flag in 1968, and states that it had been a F2 car raced by Ian Ashley and Piers Courage. Neither Ashley nor Courage raced for Flag in F2 but Ashley raced for them in F3 so this may actually be his F3 car. Callicott drove the car again in 1970, then took two seasons out before returned for the 1973 season, having to go through Drivers School with the McLaren in January 1973. He then competed in three rounds of the Canadian FB series and at one of those was said to be driving a March 73B instead of his faithful old McLaren. The March is likely to have been a hire car or a transcription error. Callicott was not seen again and sold the McLaren to Peter Boyd (Anaheim, CA) in 1981. It then went to Richard Wells in 1983 and to Mike Fazzi from 1988 to 1995. It was rebuilt with a new Marc Bahner tub while Fazzi owned it as the rear of the original tub had been cut off. The new tub was modelled on Jim Brown's 1967 car but used the original bulkheads. The rebuilt car was with Tom Crowther in 2000 when Trojan "allocated" it the identity '200-13' on the basis that 200-13 was one of the F3 cars sold to The Chequered Flag. Owned by Tom Lee (Seattle, WA) by 2009. Advertised by Kim Baker's Vintage Race Car Sales (Pittsfield, MA) and sold to an unknown UK owner in 2013. Driven by: Max Callicott. First race: Sears Point, 20 Jul 1969. Total of 8 recorded races

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  • Transmission 69197354786223e29b85070a0695cc247a4c2b215c743673c2d02e864b4cd687 MANUAL
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  • RefCode: 0B06D1A6-3575-41A2-8553-B9110A2DB357