Leyton House March 89S

M. Sekiya


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1989 Leyton House March 89S #001. driven by M. Sekiya (first Japanese driver to win LeMans – 1995)

Unusual closed body example for Japan Sports Prototype Championship – also known as the 89GC. High caliber restoration by former Toyota Motorsports engineer and current Japan F4 service lead. Components like uprights / hubs / brakes / a-arms / carbon tub inspected for cracks and refurbished. Custom fabricated electric motor assembly mated to original gearbox – gears in place. No motor-controller or batteries. Very attractive roller that would make a stunning display-piece. Or install a suitable motor-controller and batteries and take it to some events.

Presently in Kanagawa, Japan. World-wide delivery available at reasonable cost.

More info:

March Engineering was a race car manufacturer that began operating in 1969. The company was founded by Max Mosley, Alan Rees, Graham Coaker and Robin Herd, and made race cars for numerous racing categories including Formula One. The company’s cars were driven by many famous racing drivers including James Hunt, Niki Lauda, and Ronnie Petersen. March produced racing cars until the early 1990’s when the company was the subject of a complicated buyout.

Year: 1988
Make: Leyton House March
Body Style: Race
Engine: 3.0 liter V8
Exterior Color: Blue
Price: $55,000
Shipment: Incoming
VIN Number: 013

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