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Old 16 Jan 2013, 19:26 (Ref:3190101)   #331
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Hi,
I am not the owner of the vehicle I am trying to buy it, but I want to be on it from as it has evolved ....

Thank you in advance
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Old 18 Jan 2013, 08:45 (Ref:3190990)   #332
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Hi,give me a little more information on the car and I may be able to help you.Who owns the car at present? Ian.
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Old 18 Jan 2013, 10:11 (Ref:3191025)   #333
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Hi Ian, the current owner is french, I certify that the chassis is a 77-Motorsport, the rear radiator, double gas tank, light box ......
There is a serial number that has not yet sent me over the next number Motorsport welded. It has the current time motor M3 E30.
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Old 10 Jul 2015, 10:40 (Ref:3557266)   #334
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Great info

Picking up an old thread. I've been looking for info on the famous gr 5 cars and this really helps, thanks!
Was into building a replica but probably never will get the time or money. Seems hard to find a kit anyway.
But a 3d model maybe? I do modeling for work. Anyone know about any mesurement drawings. Have found drawings but with no dimensions.
Again, thanks for this great thread!
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Old 7 Aug 2015, 18:14 (Ref:3564431)   #335
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I heard there was one more ex Urpiala BMW still in Finland ?

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Where you heard that?

If you are referring one sertain ice race chassis then yes. I owned it for a while. F2 motor & tranny was used in winter races back in a day.
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Old 3 Oct 2015, 15:26 (Ref:3579067)   #336
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gqL3Sa-8oA

Kemora circuit openings 1984. Short track.

#115 Wiik 460 hp
#116 Snabb 280 hp
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Old 17 Nov 2015, 17:29 (Ref:3591071)   #337
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Chassis 23 was the HAT(Hohmann Auto Technik) car which they built over the winter of 1977/8.It was raced by Manfred Winkelhock in the 1978 DRM series backed by Wurth,race number 50.The car was the well known one which was white with red and black panels and stripes.For 1979 the team seemed to lack sponsorship and struggled with reliability problems eventually pulling out of the series.The car was driven at the opening round at Zolder by team boss Hohmann and then by Harald Grohs.The car had by now been updated with different arches and was white and black.The team was disbanded although I think this car was raced once at the opening race in 1980 by Helmut Topfl but was never seen again.Hohmann had by now emigrated to Calgary in Canada and took the car plus loads of spares with him.The car was sold to a small team in Calgary and was raced in club events in the region.It eventually found its way to a well known BMW expert in North America Ray Korman who restored it to look like the Citibank sponsored car which had raced in Imsa.He then sold it to a dealer in New Zealand who had it for sale for some time.The car has recently been acquired by Singapore BMW fan and team boss of the Petronas Z4 car David Wong.He is going to restore the car hopefully in Wurth colours and hopes to have it on display at this Septembers Grand Prix.Amazingly this car has now spent time in four continents,Europe,North America,Australasia and now Asia.I wonder how many other cars have that distinction and such an interesting background? Ian.
Ian Awesome insight. My race car has a personal connection to this chassis and I still have some parts from it. When Reinhold moved to Calgary with the car and spares, many of the cast off spares ended up on my car as they had become surplused in DRM. This included 2 External Dry sump pumps (both identical, one cast with Alpina in the centre body and the other having the cast lettering ground down and replaced with a stamping of "320i" also some very trick adjustable subframe and semi trailing arms.

It was featured recently in a BMW magazine.
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First visit in a while, & a car of interest from that time

June 23, 2014
This BMW 320i group 5 German touring car is being fully restored here at MPC. Today it left for the paint shop where it will be returned to its glory days livery. This car was driven by ex F1 driver the late Ronnie Peterson in 1975. Stay tuned for more progress pics as we get it closer to returning to the track.20140110_161857 20140623_101520

http://melbourneperformance.com/news...uild-progress/

Has been finished since but I cant find a link.
Not related to the Ian Grey car I referred to earlier.
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Old 22 Oct 2016, 16:33 (Ref:3681942)   #339
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Mine's finished finally

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better late than never

This link may help those interested in these cars in Malaysia
https://historicmotorsportcentral.co...or-gp-mystery/

& from the same site Ian Grey:
https://historicmotorsportcentral.co...-carousel-4486

& Greys Zakspeed Escort in Western Australia:

https://historicmotorsportcentral.co...-carousel-4467
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Old 6 Sep 2018, 14:31 (Ref:3848498)   #341
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It would be good to see any new thoughts or information on these cars!
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It sure would be nice to see more

There must be more coming out of restorations I would assume
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Love to hear your impressions of the MPC resto.
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Love to hear your impressions of the MPC resto.
I've really only seen the video they posted but it looks pretty darn nice!
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