|1964 – Duchess Auto (NY, U.S.A.)
1964 – Jerry Crawford (Bow, NH, USA)http://www.racingsportscars.com/chassis/archive/30-Crawford%23.html Raced throughout 1965.
At some point, this car was converted to Weber carburetors and upgraded to Series 2 specifications by Shagarian Racing. It’s believe this occurred midway through the 1965 season after the car had an accident. It was rebuilt and reengineered to have spoilers and a removable tail section. http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/21906/lot/362/
1965/66 – Sold to unknown Canadian.
1990s – Simon Hadfield / Gilberto Sandretto
Car owned by Sandretto, and raced by either Simon Hadfield or Gilberto Sandretto during this period.
Sandretto win at Cento Ore.
Hadfield win at Macau Grand Prix.
2004 – For Sale – offered by Simon Hadfield
ca 2004 – Howard Redhouse
Win at Porto, podium at Dijon and Tour Britannia.
2014 Jun 27 – Auctioned by Bonhams at 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale. http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/21906/lot/362/
According to the article “Will 1965 be the Year? The Development History of the Biggest Lotus”, Motor, 10 Jun 1965, this was one of 4 Lotus 30s delivered to Duchess Auto. This car was ex-Works on 1 Jan 1965, body color of “BRG”, Lotus Ford V8 Serial Number 1004, and ZF 5DS20 Serial Number unspecified.
This car was auctioned by Bonhams in 27 Jun 2014.
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