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Old 26 Feb 2009, 22:57 (Ref:2404980)   #496
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Rear Brake Rotors

Anyone have a source for the rear brake rotors (cone shaped hat) for the BT35? Likely any available now would be six hole units which would be dandy.

My thanks in advance.

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Old 26 Feb 2009, 23:05 (Ref:2404987)   #497
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Retro Air

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Retro Track & Air here in the UK do the Original steering rack gaitors for Brabhams
Thanks. I took it that he was out of those long ago but will chase that directly just in case.

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Old 26 Feb 2009, 23:07 (Ref:2404988)   #498
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most likely Peter Denty,

Peter Denty. Mill House, Watton Road, Wretham THETFORD, Norfolk IP24 1QS Telephone: 01953-498529.

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Old 12 May 2009, 10:30 (Ref:2460765)   #499
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Need information about BT 35 #35

Hi folks ,
i hope that anyone have informations about BT 35 # 35 . Drivers ? F2 F3 F Atlantic ...???

greetings
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Old 12 May 2009, 13:37 (Ref:2460920)   #500
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Hi folks ,
i hope that anyone have informations about BT 35 # 35 . Drivers ? F2 F3 F Atlantic ...???

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Wasn't that the Mike Hawley - David Render car, and a known entity these days?

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Old 12 May 2009, 19:25 (Ref:2461155)   #501
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Yes it was.
Originally a hillclimb car with FVC.
Currently for sale in F3 trim (restricted T/C and Mk9) with black chassis, F2 wings and older wobblies. In very bad condition and in need of full restoration.
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Old 14 May 2009, 22:16 (Ref:2462649)   #502
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BT35-35 sold today for EUR 39,600.-
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Old 24 May 2009, 21:48 (Ref:2468476)   #503
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brabham bt 35 chassis 24

hi have you got details of the original spec including engine,gearbox etc and drivers of chassis no 24.
cheers gents
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Old 25 May 2009, 07:26 (Ref:2468601)   #504
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hi have you got details of the original spec including engine,gearbox etc and drivers of chassis no 24.
cheers gents
Not immediately to hand. Have you bought this car? If so, where is it and what condition is it in? May be able to help

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Old 25 May 2009, 19:50 (Ref:2469003)   #505
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brabham bt 35

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Not immediately to hand. Have you bought this car? If so, where is it and what condition is it in? May be able to help

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hi chris i have been offered the car for sale and want to know its original spec if i was a f2/atlantic or f3. it needs restoring and has no engine or box with it. just seen a pic of it so far. regards
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Old 26 May 2009, 07:49 (Ref:2469265)   #506
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hi chris i have been offered the car for sale and want to know its original spec if i was a f2/atlantic or f3. it needs restoring and has no engine or box with it. just seen a pic of it so far. regards
Sorry to be inquisitive, and seemingly less than helpful, but where is the car offered for sale?

This chassis would have been delivered late May; I don't know who it was sold to, and there are four possibilities.
One of them is a car that ran British Atlantic and then hillclimbs with a t/c
Two would be t/c engined cars in US/Canada
One would be an F3 with a BMW engine

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Old 26 May 2009, 14:33 (Ref:2469532)   #507
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Opert Team

Are we still missing hull number on two of the four `71 Opert Team cars:

BT35-9 Nick Craw number 71
BT35-18 Brian Robertson number 05
BT35-? Raul Perez Gama number 66
BT35-? Allan Lader number 75

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Old 29 May 2009, 02:35 (Ref:2471325)   #508
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BT 35 -9 Nick Craw car

Hello Bob,

I have the Nick Craw BT 35-9 . It is fully restored and I live in Louisville, KY,USA. Nick bought it new and raced many pro races in 1971, sold to Bob Shutt for 72 season, sold to US Trans Am champ/comentator Dorsey Schroeder in 1973 and he had it until 1976 in St Louis ,MO, then to an unknown individual, then to Mike Mann in St Louis, then to another unknown, then to Greg Scharnburg of Iowa believed to be in 79/80, then to me aroung 8 years ago.
I actually showed the car two days ago to Greg Scharnburg and we are going to try to fill in the missing two owners from 77 to 80.
I have some of the original bodywork in orange gelcoat, the logbook from new to 1976-after 1976 the car was autocrossed and not road raced so no more logbook entries, letters from Nick Craw and Dorsey showing authenticity with race results and pictures!!!!
I do not remember the AM # , but I can look and post later.

Mike Winebrenner
Brabhams BT 35-9,BT 38B-14,Ralt RT 1-167 (last one made)
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Old 31 May 2009, 14:22 (Ref:2472708)   #509
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Opert Cars

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Hello Bob,

I have the Nick Craw BT 35-9 . It is fully restored and I live in Louisville, KY,USA. Nick bought it new and raced many pro races in 1971, sold to Bob Shutt for 72 season, sold to US Trans Am champ/comentator Dorsey Schroeder in 1973 and he had it until 1976 in St Louis ,MO, then to an unknown individual, then to Mike Mann in St Louis, then to another unknown, then to Greg Scharnburg of Iowa believed to be in 79/80, then to me aroung 8 years ago.
I actually showed the car two days ago to Greg Scharnburg and we are going to try to fill in the missing two owners from 77 to 80.
I have some of the original bodywork in orange gelcoat, the logbook from new to 1976-after 1976 the car was autocrossed and not road raced so no more logbook entries, letters from Nick Craw and Dorsey showing authenticity with race results and pictures!!!!
I do not remember the AM # , but I can look and post later.

Mike Winebrenner
Brabhams BT 35-9,BT 38B-14,Ralt RT 1-167 (last one made)
Mike:

My thanks for sharing your excellent history on the Craw car. Would you please send a private message with a photo of your car for my collection or post a photo to the group list?

I would be most interested in colour matching the Opert orange for the future painting of my body work. Have you matched it with a paint mfgr?

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Old 27 Jul 2009, 05:47 (Ref:2508841)   #510
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I'm new to this forum, but I have owned a few race cars. I know how nice it is to fill in the blanks. I used to own Brabham BT35C-17.

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George
I am sorry to be late correcting this, but I finally found a stack of photos that I took when I owned this car. I made a mistake and typed BT35C-17 and I actually meant to type BT38C-17. This was a BDA powered car with the side radiators of course.
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