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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1972 - 1973
Numbers built:2
Designed by:Ralph Bellamy for McLaren
Predecessor:McLaren M19A Cosworth
Successor:McLaren M23 Cosworth
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 16, 2007
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Chassis: M19C-2
Completed in the summer of 1972, chassis M19C-2 served as Peter Revson's ride for the final races of the season. The talented American was very competitive but could do no better than a third and second. In 1973 he added another podium to the car's tally before switching to the all new M23. The M19C was sold and fitted with a small-block Chevrolet V8 and served as a F5000 racer for several seasons. In the early 1980s it was restored to its original configuration for use in historic in events. In 2005 it was offered by Bonhams & Butterfields in their annual Quail auction. Chassis M19C-2 was estimated to sell for $370,000 - 400,000 but the best offer did not meet the reserve set.

Chassis details
First owner Bruce McLaren Motor Racing
Appearances

2018 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2018 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2018 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2016 Zolder Masters Festival
2016 Zolder Masters Festival 2014 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2012 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2012 Monaco Historic Grand Prix
2012 Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2005 Monterey Peninsula Auctions and Sales 2005 Monterey Peninsula Auctions and Sales 2005 Monterey Peninsula Auctions and Sales
2005 Monterey Peninsula Auctions and Sales 2005 Monterey Peninsula Auctions and Sales 2005 Monterey Peninsula Auctions and Sales

  Article Image gallery (22) Chassis (2) M19C-2 Specifications