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The Lola T70 was developed by Lola Cars in 1965 in Great Britain for sports car racing. Lola built the chassis, which were typically powered by large American V8s.
This 1969 Lola T70 MKIII B is the descendant of the 1965 Lola T70, a car that was driven by Formula One and motorcycle racing legend John Surtees.
In 1965 the Lola Racing Cars Group introduced the T70. During its lifetime from 1965 through 1969 over 100 examples were produced in three versions.
Having the King of Cool himself - Steve McQueen - on the ownership history of this Lola near enough justifies the estimated price tag of between £570,000 to £650,000.
This car is One of One; the only T70 to be built in Lola’s 50th anniversary year (2008). It was first driven on the 12th of October 2008 at the 50th celebratory ...
Of the many racing cars created by British designer Eric Broadley during more than four decades at the helm of Lola Cars, the T70 was the most successful and it went ...
The Lola T70 MKII (1966); Also known as: Mark 2, T-70, Type 70. British race car builder Eric Broadley was one of the first to combine light weight mid-engine chassis ...
The Broadley T76 Mk3b is not a retrofitted replica but an exact recreation of the 1969 Lola T70, winner of the Daytona 24-hour ran by Penske Racing. Broadley ...
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The Lola T70 was developed by Lola Cars in 1965 in Great Britain for sports car racing. Lola built the chassis, which were typically powered by large American V8s.The T70 was quite popular in the mid to late 1960s, with more than 100 examples being built in three versions: an open-roofed Mk II spyder, followed by an Mk III coupé, and finally a slightly updated Mk IIIB. The T70 was replaced in the Can-Am by the lighter Lola T160.