For years, my 'back up' car, raced by a friend, now rebuilt and ready for competitive historic racing.
Engine is an all steel 1600cc Cosworth, twin 48 DCOE Webers, probably around 180-90 hp, mated to a Quaife 4 speed dogbox, restored in Florida, sufficiently clean to take a first place trophy at the prestigious Greenwich concours, form SVRA class winner, all the right stuff, ready to race.
Having driven my other Mallock for near twenty years, I can confirm that a Mallock, such as this one, is just about the ideal all around historic racer. Easy to drive, very forgiving (due, no doubt, to the solid rear axle with no camber changes), keep your foot down on the throttle and it goes through corners like few others. Mallock is still in business and can supply virtually any part ever needed.
On the track, these cars can run with such exotica as McLarens, Lola T70s, Chevrons, and other potential machinery. I know, have did if for years. With this greenish car maybe a second slower than my blue car at courses such as Summit Point, Tremblant, Lime Rock, etc.
As you can see in the photos, every detail has been attended to. Professional plumbing, chromed suspension, dry sump, electronic ignition, and it all works together very well. Call for details.......Click for legal info