ASP Clubman 320E 1979

ASP Clubman 320E 1979

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ASP Clubmans are widely recognised as one of the best handling and best looking Clubmans ever built! Ray Lewis, an Adelaide businessman and his professional engineer mate, Rory Thompson modified racing cars in the 1960s, then decided to build Clubman cars for themselves, They progressed, in the mid 1960s 6 Clubman style cars were built and named Bacchus. The following model was the ASP, over 30 were built, some were very successfully raced, some were road cars, they have become most sought after. The original ASP chassis design was a triangulated spaceframe with semi stressed aluminium or steel skins. The ASP chassis gained a reputation for strength with the design emphasis on rigidity.This excellent example was owned and built by Rory Thompson (the original engineer) from a remaining new 1978 chassis and not registered until 1998. It is fitted with a Toyota 4AGE 16 valve engine and 5 speed transmission, with a kerb weight of only 640kg and over 100kw it has an amazing performance. A full set of original factory drawings and complete engineers specifications accompany the car, it is fully engineered and road registered, it can be driven every day if you are keen!
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