Posts by Thermo Dynamo

1954 Jaguar XK 140 Drop Head Coupe Devin

This car was purchased in the early 2000’s and built to compete on the track and all of the rally’s that are around the world. It started out life as a 1954 Jaguar XK 140 Drop head coupe. When the car was brought to Minnesota it looked like it had chevy engine mounts but was without a motor. The history I have found about it says that it may have been raced in the Michigan or Ohio area. The color was red initially we believe but cannot confirm that. It was fully restored and converted to a right hand drive model here in
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Categories: For Sale.

1974 Porsche 911

  Porsche 911 is a car that has a 2 door coupé type body with a rear mounted engine that delivers power to the rear wheels. It’s powered courtesy of a dry sumped naturally aspirated engine of 2.7 litre capacity. This powerplant features single overhead camshaft valve gear, 6 cylinder layout, and 2 valves per cylinder. It has an output of 148 bhp (150 PS/110 kW) of power at 5700 rpm, and maximum torque of 235 N·m (173 lb·ft/24 kgm) at 3800 rpm. It features dry sump-type lubrication. The engine transmits power to the wheels via a 5 speed manual
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Categories: Cars Sold.

McLaren 1968 M6B 50-05 – SOLD!

Now offered For Sale: McLaren 1968 M6B s/n 50-05 White with Red White and Blue Stripes and Black Interior  (shown above at Amelia Island Invitational Concourse De Elegance) The M6B is the customer car of the McLaren’s first Can Am Championship winning car. The M6A. of Bruce McLaren and Denny Hulme won the CAN-Am championship in 1967. For 1968, the M6B was made publically available for sale, and approximately fifteen examples were constructed. The M6B is relatively simple, thoroughly developed by team principles, reliable, and very fast. McLaren Can-Am cars were the ones to have during the period from 1967
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Categories: Blog and Cars Sold.

Devin Ryan Special Restoration

    After 8 years of active driving of our shops 1957 Devin Ryan Special we decided it was time for a little restoration work. Dis-assembly    First was to remove the engine, transmission and rear end for inspection.   Next came dis-assembly of bodywork to prepare for paint and fender modification.   Freshening Rear Differential Rear Differential dis-assembly. Installing new bearings and rebuilding limited slip.     Spare Transmission Rebuild Monterey Historics 2014, had a transmission failure.  Put in our at the time spare transmission in, now we’re rebuilding the new “spare” Super T10 Transmission.    Fresh Paint Got
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Categories: Projects.
Formats: Gallery.

Amelia Island Festivals Of Speed

We did it again. More cold weather so it was time to head south and warm up. What a great event. This was the first time this event has been at Amelia Island and we honored to be invited to the show. We brought a few cars out with us as well. We sure were surprised when they called us up for 1st In Class Vintage Ferrari with the 1960 SWB, and again for 1st In Class Race Prepared with our 333Sp Ferrari. But we were blown away that we also took home Best Of Show with the 1960 Ferrari
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Categories: Projects.
Formats: Gallery.

Ex-Bobby Rahal March 84C Indy Car – SOLD!

Check out our newest listing. March 84C Indy Car Ebay Listing   Great Racecar with Great History.  Engine Runs and sounds amazing.  Engine has Dyno time and installed before the car sat pickled since 1987. Car was setup and prepared for 1987 CART Laguna Seca race, but drivers’ funds never showed up. Car was then sold to a group in Ohio, where the car was disassembled and partially assembled over 20 years. The front and rear suspension have been inspected, with the rear getting new paint. Engine has had every cylinder and intake runner boriscoped and inspected. Car has original 36V
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Categories: Blog and Cars Sold.
Formats: Gallery.