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Old 20 Nov 2014, 21:24 (Ref:3477038)   #61
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B40 40-77-07

We have just purchased the 40-77-07 car from Japan. In Pieces can anyone help me with photos or information of the car when it was running.


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Old 21 Nov 2014, 13:06 (Ref:3477269)   #62
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We have just purchased the 40-77-07 car from Japan. In Pieces can anyone help me with photos or information of the car when it was running.


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Adam
Probably the Masahiro Hasemi Formula Pacific car. I am just in the process of acquiring a set of Japanese racing magazines from this period so may be able to help with pictures. What history were you given for it?

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Dunn / Coghill B40

Hello.

Found couple photos on the Forum of Esprits racing at Ingliston.....

http://tentenths.com/forum/showthrea...96#post2395596

.....as I mentioned at the end of that Thread, car #101 is George Coghill.

When I saw him a couple weekends ago up at Golspie, he said it was Chevron B40 based. Apparently George bought it from Marty Dunn, who ran it open-wheel, whereas George put the Esprit body on it to run it in Scottish GT car class. It was converted back when he sold it, but he can't remember to whom, nor when.....

Marty ran it in 1981, then George as an Esprit in (as far as I can see...) '82 and '83.

Does this fit in with the history of anyone's chassis, and does it still exist ?
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In the description provided on that website, many informations are provided about the threee Fred Opert cars. Very precise, but it doesn't fit with other pieces of information gathered in here so far



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