A Lola B2K/40 With an Extensive Racing History | Car Catcher

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Originally designed to be a more inexpensive model than the company's B2K/10, the Lola B2K/40 would go on to be used in a number of endurance racing classes, most famously LMP2. Although many B2K/40s were powered by a 3.0-liter VQ V6 from Nissan, examples can be found powered by everything from a purpose-built V8 to a two-rotor rotary engine.

This 2000 Lola B2K/40 is an example powered by the Nissan V6, and is said to come with a lengthy racing history that includes the 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring.

Before being acquired by the seller, the Lola was reported to have been “completely gone through” by Miracle Motorsports that rebuilt and refurbished a number of mechanical components like the suspension, brakes and Hewland transaxle.

Also included in the sale is copies of the car’s FIA paperwork, as well as a collection of spares that includes extra wheels, body assemblies and various parts for the transaxle.

Find this 2000 Lola B2K/40 for sale over at Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars for $169,900.

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