Gazelle Ford 10 special (Group L, with C of D)
Built in 1956 at the Victorian T.A.A. workshops by Hedley Thompson for Murray (Revs) Wright. In 1959 John Marsden on purchasing the car had Allan Stanfield of N.S.W. create an alloy body resembling the Vanwall shape, hence the name GAZELLE. Powered by a Ford 100E with rare UK Willment F. Head (OHV inlet - side valve exhaust) engine with too many modifications to list here, mated to Needham Morris 4 speed box to Needham Ford IRS diff, all recently rebuilt. Very reliable having competed 54 race meetings during last 12 years, regrettably this Aussie special requires new custodian. $28,000.00 ONO.
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