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Old 3 Jan 2006, 09:16 (Ref:1493934)   #346
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Sorry chaps, but I maintain the book was NOT good. I presume he had access to a lot of decent info, and as an established writer, I'd have expected much better from both Lola books. They weren't cheap after all !
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Old 3 Jan 2006, 09:41 (Ref:1493959)   #347
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Dan, that wasn't the problem; it was how it was initially expressed that was at issue. In fact, I agree with you, as expressed in your latest post, here!
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Old 4 Jan 2006, 05:22 (Ref:1494543)   #348
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Speaking about unusual transformations of the T28x chassis, does anyone have any detail about a car called ACR80-ACR80B -number 1- present in Le Mans 1980 driven by Chevalley ?

Shame I'm discovering this thread just right now, I might have been of any help. Anyway glad to see that my assumptions aren't that far from what you guys have already achieved.

Would anyone follow if I ever start one on the T380-T390-De Cadenet ? Here i'm totally lost and as you've have noticed it before, Stackey book is more than elusive or wrong on that matter
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The ACR also raced at Silverstone and at Lemans in 81. Have some photos of them on my web page.
It was a pretty looking car with closed in rear wheels.

There is an article in the race program from the 6 hour silverstone 80 or 81 about the car I think.


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