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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1957 - 1958
Designed by:Brian Lister
Successor:Lister Costin Jaguar
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 17, 2014
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Chassis EE 101 The original 'Knobbly' Lister, this car was built for Ecurie Ecosse, which is why it is often referred to as 'EE 101' instead of 'BHL 101', which would be more in line with the rest of Knobbly Listers. With an eye on conquering the American market, Brian Lister gave preceden>>>

Chassis BHL 102 The second of a pair of Jaguar engined Knobbly Listers sold the Briggs Cunningham, this car was used by Ed Crawford during the 1958 season. Liveried in Cunningham's famous colours, it was entered in nine SCCA events for Crawford that year. He was very successful and finished>>>

Chassis BHL 103 Chassis BHL 103 was the third Knobbly Lister built and, fitted with a Jaguar engine, it was sold new to Peter Whitehead. It was soon after after acquired by Derek Wilkinson, who entered the car in national events for John Bekaert. Wilkinson also used the car on the road to g>>>

Chassis BHL 104 After the rush delivery of his original Knobbly to Briggs Cunningham in the United States, David Murray was then supplied with the fourth car, in kit form, for his Ecurie Ecosse team. Once assembled, it was raced with great verve by Masten Gregory. Unfortunately, he crashed >>>

Chassis BHL 105 The fifth Jaguar-engined Knobbly Lister, this example was sold new to the Equipe Nationale Belge, the Belgian National Racing Team. Shortly after taking delivery, the ENB fielded the car, fitted with a three-litre engine, in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for Freddy Rousselle and C>>>

Chassis BHL 112 Sold new to the Briggs Cunningham and the Momo Corporation, this Jaguar-engined Knobbly is understood to have been sold on to the Nickey team. It was then acquired by Wisconsin-based racer Rich Vogel. Its period racing endeavours were very limited and in December of 1960, it>>>

Chassis BHL 118 The second to last Knobbly Lister built, chassis BHL 118 was sold to American Jack Ensley, configured to accept a Jaguar XK engine. It is not entirely certain if the car actually has a period racing history but it eventually passed into the hands of Ensley's nephew Jay Howki>>>

Chassis BHL 119 One of the very last Knobbly Listers built, this example was raced by Walt Hansgen and Ivor Bueb during the 1958 season for the factory team. Bueb won at Brands Hatch and also scored a poignant victory in the Archie Scott Brown Memorial race at Snetterton. It was subsequentl>>>

Chassis BHL 120 The twentieth and final Lister Knobbly built, this Jaguar-engined machine was sold early in 1959 to Peter Mould and Mario Deliotti in kit form. It was raced with considerable success in period and has continued to do so in historic events ever since. Among the subsequent own>>>

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