Car Catcher: Prototype Thrills for Less Than the Price of a New BMW M3

Sponsored article presented by Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars.


Juno Racing Cars, although currently based in Portugal with a private owner, began life in 1999 as a manufacturer of open-top, prototype-style race cars under the leadership of former Williams F1 engineer Ewan Baldry. The company’s cars ran in series such as the Britsports Endurance Series (now known as Britcar) and the BARC's National Supersports series, as well as running various events under the FIA's Group CN classification.

This 2006 Juno SS3 V6, considered to be the final evolution of Juno's SS range, is said to be in "excellent condition" by the seller.

This particular SS3 comes powered by a Ford 3.0-liter V6 tuned by Mountune that's said to be good for 355 horsepower. Changing gears is handled by a Hewland FTR six-speed sequential transmission.

Other notable features on this Juno include carbon fiber bodywork, centerlock wheels and Öhlins adjustable shocks. The offer also states that spares are included in the sale.

Find this 2006 Juno SS3 V6 available for $51,900 over at Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars.

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