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The "Superlight" Spec
Aluminium bodywork on a steel chassis
Race spec interior
Magnesium Alloys to reduce the weight

1969 MG MGC GTS Sebring

by Kevin Carter

Now this is a lovely one-of-six ever built "superlight" specification MG MGC GTS Racers. Its body made from steel but furnished with aluminium exterior panels to save weight.

Legendary racer John Chatham lightened it further by adding an aluminium block to the 2.9 inline-six engine paired with magnesium alloys.

The car has been raced throughout the 70s and has now been lovingly restored to a competition-ready state once again.

Kevin Carter

Kevin Carter

Digital artist with an interest in all things visually creative as well as being an animal behind the drums.

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