Mark II Sports Racer
- Engine Size
- 1300 cc
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Bill of Sale
Aldin “Red” LeGrand was the founder, constructor and designer of the LeGrand Racing Car Company. Partnering with Bruce Eglington, a young engineer and promising racing car driver, the LeGrand racing Marque would flourish in the production of formula and sports racing categories from 1962 through 1991.
Based and derived from the highly competitive Mark I formula F4 model. The new Mark II was introduced in 1964 as an H modified sports racer. The Mark II was basically a widened Mark F4 with a sports car body and could accommodate engines from the BMW and Saab two stroke 3-cylinder engines. Many H modified records were set at the hands of Eglington and wins were regular on road racing circuits around the United States.
Offered is a totally restored 1964 LeGrand Mark II sports racer. This beautiful Mark II is powered by a Cosworth 1300 CC 4-cylinder engine through a Hewland 4 speed gearbox. The fiberglass “Warren” bodied sports racer has just one hill climb since rebuild. The LeGrand Mark II Cosworth would be a fantastic participant in both SVRA and HSR vintage racing events.