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1970 Le Mans 512s Long Chassis Car cover
1970 Le Mans 512s Long Chassis Car cover
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1970 24 Hours of Le Mans Car parts from the Ferrari 512s Long Chassis and Short Chassis.  Excellent collector peices for your office, garage or display. Extremely rare and very expensive
1976 Niki Lauda Ferrari 312 T2 rear wing
1976 Niki Lauda Ferrari 312 T2 rear wing
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Race used 1976 Niki Lauda Ferrari 312 T2 rear wing. 1976 being the year of Lauda's tragic crash.
1978 Mario Andretti world championship race used steering wheel
1978 Mario Andretti world championship race used steering wheel
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1978 Mario Andretti world championship race used steering wheel Loyus 79.
The 79 proved to be almost unbeatable during the 1978 Formula One season and provided an unprecedented level of domination. The car took six more victories during the season giving the drivers' championship to Andretti, and the constructors' championship to Lotus. Its only serious rivals during the season were the Ferrari 312T3, and the advantage its Michelin tyres gave in hot weather conditions, and the Brabham BT46B "fan car". The fan car only raced once, winning the 1978 Swedish Grand Prix, before the FIA banned the concept. Meanwhile, the Ferraris only won when the Lotus failed to finish. So superior was the Lotus, that most races became a scrap for minor placings, as Andretti and Peterson regularly finished first and second, more often than not by a considerable margin ahead of the rest of the field. On the rare occasion the 79 did not win or fail, one or other driver was usually on the podium. Andretti was comfortably world champion in 1978, and Peterson finished the season as the runner-up, although posthumously, as he died after a startline crash at Monza, the race where Andretti wrapped up the championship. Peterson was not in the 79 for that race; he drove the previous year's 78 due to a severe crash in practice and him being unable to fit into Andretti's spare car. Jean-Pierre Jarier took over the second Lotus for the rest of the season and was leading the race in both America and Canada — he also grabbed pole position in Canada — until the 79 suffered mechanical failures in both. It proved, however, that even with a lesser driver, the 79 was still competitive.
1980s Speedline Ferrari / Lotus etc rear wheel
1980s Speedline Ferrari / Lotus etc rear wheel
Our Price: $4,950.00


1981 Gilles Villeneuve MOMO Ferrari steering wheel replica
1981 Gilles Villeneuve MOMO steering wheel replica
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1981 Gilles Villeneuve MOMO Ferrari steering wheel replica
1983 Nigel Mansell Lotus 92/93T radiator cover SIGNED
1983 Nigel Mansell Lotus 92/93T radiator cover SIGNED
Our Price: $1,950.00

1983 Nigel Mansell Lotus 92/93T radiator cover SIGNED. Comes with Classic Team Lotus Limited COA
Ferrari F1 126C3 wheel used by Patrick Tambay, realized by Momo, diameter 27cm. With original Ferrari label indicating the use during the Europe GP in the circuit of Brands Hatch on September 25th,
1983 Patrick Tambay Ferrari F1 126C3 race used steering wheel
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1984 Ayrton Senna raced rear wing
1984 Ayrton Senna raced rear wing
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The driver line-up changed completely in 1984. Warwick's performances were rewarded with a Renault contract and his place was taken by the reigning British Formula 3 Champion and Formula One rookie (and future triple World Champion) Ayrton Senna, while Giacomelli's drive was taken by Venezuelan F2 driver Johnny Cecotto.

Senna quickly made an impression in Formula One and achieved Toleman's greatest result. In a rain-soaked Monaco GP, he finished in a close 2nd place behind Alain Prost, who's McLaren was suffering from a brake balance problem that Prost reported was getting worse with each lap. The torrential conditions forced the clerk of the course (Jacky Ickx) to stop the race after 31 of the scheduled 78 laps. It was a controversial decision as Ickx had not consulted the race stewards before holding out the red flag, and one that stirred up a conspiracy theory.[4] Prost's McLaren was powered by the Porsche designed TAG engine and Ickx was the lead driver for the factory backed Rothmans Porsche Group C Sports car team and it was rumored that the Belgian had stopped the race to ensure the Porsche engined car won. The early stopping of the race resulted in much debate about whether Senna would have won. Certainly, he had the pace to do so – he was quickly catching Prost, having reduced the gap from 35 seconds on lap 21 to be within seven seconds of the World Championship leader when the red flag was waved. It was also reported by Toleman that Senna's suspension was on the point of collapse after an earlier incident, with the team believing that the damage was sufficient to cause his retirement within 2-3 laps of when competition was halted. Senna set the fastest lap of the race, his first in Formula One, but wasn't the quickest on the circuit at the time of the red flag. Catching both Prost and Senna was the Cosworth powered Tyrrell of Stefan Bellof who, while finishing 3rd on the road, was later disqualified when the entire Tyrrell team was disqualified from the 1984 season due to technical infringements.

During practice for the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, Cecotto crashed heavily and broke both legs, ending his F1 career, though he would go on to have a successful touring car career. Toleman opted to run only one entry - Senna - in Germany at Hockenheim, the Austrian Grand Prix at the Österreichring and Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort.

However, before the Dutch Grand Prix, it emerged that Senna had signed a contract with Lotus despite having two years to run on his current deal. Although he had included a line in his Toleman contract allowing him to legally sever ties with the team should another offer come along, Senna had failed to invoke this clause because he hadn't informed team principal Alex Hawkridge of the Lotus deal. He was subsequently suspended for the following race in Italy.

Toleman had both cars back on the grid for the race in Monza, well almost. Local driver Pierluigi Martini filled in for the injured Cecetto but didn't qualify for the race in front of his home crowd. In Senna's car was Stefan Johansson who qualified 17th fastest and finished in 4th place. When Senna returned after his "penalty", he and Johansson finished the season together.

Senna ended the year with three podiums during the season, finishing third at the British Grand Prix behind Niki Lauda's McLaren and Warwick's Renault, while he finished off the season with a third (after qualifying a then career best 3rd) in the final round in Portugal behind the dominant McLaren's of race winner Prost and World Champion Lauda.
Side bulkhead rear wing,  from the Ferrari F1 126 C4 driven by Michele Alboreto and René Arnoux. 57cmx44cmx1cm. Ferrari, GoodYear and Digital Computers logos.
1984 Michele Alboreto Ferrari side bulkhead rear wing
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Side bulkhead rear wing,  from the Ferrari F1 126
C4 driven by Michele Alboreto and René Arnoux. 57cmx44cmx1cm. Ferrari, GoodYear and Digital Computers logos.

1985 Gehard Berger Ferrari 156 F1
1985 Gehard Berger Ferrari 156 F1
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Ferrari F1 front sponsor "champion" Pilot Gerhard Berger Ferrari 156 F1 model (02/08/1985)