Brabham BT-21 Formula 3


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1966 Skene - Sweden
BT21-3 Engine MAE67194
No warrany - sold as project or competition car.
Not Reclaimable
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    4-speed Hewland MK6
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von Braun´s Review

We are pleased to offer exclusive racing history. This car was taken to Argentina late in 1966 by Juan Manuel Fangio. The car was driven by Andrea Viannini in the Temporada Series. When the racing series was completed in March 1967, this BT21-3 returned to England where Sir Frank Williams handled the sales to Jan Heggov in Denmark. During 1968 the car was driven by Jean Johansson from Sweden and in 1969 by Roger Hansen from Norway. The car is said to have never been exposed to any accident. Between 1992-1995 the car was restored to its current state. Everything indicates that Malcolm Sawyer was the designer for this car. Sawyer is known for his legendary design of the Jaguar E-Type. It was with a BT21 Sir Jack Brabham won the Formula 2 World Championship in 1966. This is the third car ever built. Car No. 4 was driven by Derek Bell and It was with that car Derek Bell had his big breakthrough. This is a very well-preserved car that has been marginally driven since the renovation of the engine and gearbox. The car has an authentic patina and can participate in several different historic racing championchips where it is qualified. Alternative gear ratios and exhaust systems are available and comes with the car. FIA papers are ready and a documented history.


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Engine version:4-cyl Cosworth, 1000cc
Power Output:90 KW122 PS
Torque:90 NM Lbs
Length:3800 mm150" (in)
Height:718 mm28" (in)
Width:1630 mm64" (in)
Weight:422 kg930 lbs
Wheelbase:2368 mm93" (in)
Wheel Drive:RWD
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Topspeed:240 km/h149 mph
Performance value (0-100km/h): sec.
Engine placement: Rear longitudal mid engine
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Start of production:1965
End of production:1967

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