ERA Factory MK II Roadster, "FE" power

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I have available this MK II that was the ERA factory demo. Weber equipped "FE" 427 with ZF DS5-2 transaxle. Painted in "X1" 1966 Sebring winner livery. This car was built by ERA for Peter's use and is fitted with top shelf parts. Some features include:
*Original FAV type roadster windscreen
*Left hand drive
*Pin drive Halibrand "wineglass" style wheels
*Weber carbs on "tilted" type intake manifold
*All ERA options, coated bundle of snakes, etc.

Video here of the car before a proper repaint into the red X1 livery: 'Host Chat' Fran Cress (OT360: Season 2 Ep. 9) - YouTube

Additional photos in next post.

Offered at $192,500.00 This is a sorted, proper driving ERA that cannot now be duplicated with the discontinuance of the GT40 by ERA.

Additional details, questions, etc. [email protected] or 716.812.3938
 

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More, some before the repaint.
 

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My memory is a little hazy on this point, but I had the impression that ERA was able to do a rod shift linkage for the ZF with their both their RHD and much more difficult LHD GT40s. Perhaps that was only possible with a small block. With this being an FE and a LHD, does this car have a cable shift linkage or a rod linkage?
 
Gorgeous car. Too bad ERA stopped building the GT40. Sort of left in the lurch if you drive it and need ERA specific parts unless ERA still stocks them----do we know for a fact that they do?

/s/ Chris Kennedy
 

Rick Muck- Mark IV

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Gorgeous car. Too bad ERA stopped building the GT40. Sort of left in the lurch if you drive it and need ERA specific parts unless ERA still stocks them----do we know for a fact that they do?

/s/ Chris Kennedy
While ERA may not supply the parts, they are not hard to fabricate. Most of this is from the age of iron.
 
When I typed this I just found it interesting that there was another roadster for sale as well and didn't see it mentioned elsewhere. I meant no offense and apologize for any other issues.

/s/ Chris Kennedy
 
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