Lola T322-326, HU29

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Lola T322-326, HU29

Postby SST » Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:40 am

Hello,

I´m the new owner of the Lola T322-326 Formula Super Vee, Chassisnumber HU29.
The car was handed in 1974 to the british race driver Bill Bradly.

I would like to restore the car original and therefore seeking contemporary photos and al other documents of the car.
I´m also looking for old pictures from every Lola T326 that I can find.

If they can help me please contact me by email: sst-simon.sturm@web.de


Best regards from germany,
Simon
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Re: Lola T322-326, HU29

Postby RIGNOS » Tue Nov 10, 2015 6:39 am

Welcome and success for HU29 refresh... :wink:
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Re: Lola T322-326, HU29

Postby SST » Mon Nov 30, 2015 9:07 am

I am with the research on the history of HU29 come a little further.

As Gerald Swan told me, HU29 was on 12. Feb 1974 with red bodywork delivered to Bill Bradly.

The company Bill Bradley racing at the time was the general importer for Lola in Germany.
Since all Formula Super Vees from Lola were delivered without engine, a Heidegger flat 4 VW engine was installed and the vehicle to Dieter Münch delivered.

Dieter Münch took this vehicle then at the Formula Super Vee Championship in 1974 in Germany.

At the moment I search for pictures of the vehicle during the 1974 season.
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Re: Lola T322-326, HU29

Postby RIGNOS » Sun Feb 14, 2016 12:26 pm

SST wrote:Hello,"......I would like to restore the car original and therefore seeking contemporary photos and al other documents of the car.....I´m also looking for old pictures from every Lola
..."Best regards from germany,
Simon


Hi Simon...
Some photos relative to production...
http://www.autodiva.fr/forum/viewtopic. ... &start=160
Good luck
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Re: Lola T322-326, HU29

Postby ken holley » Fri May 20, 2016 3:23 pm

Hello Simon,

I will try to attach some photos of the Lola T-322. The black and white is from Lola in 1974.
The color picture is my T-322 HU-34. It is still new, the way lola delivered it to Haas.
It has a 1.7 type 4 engine that I installed.
I hope some of this information is helpful.

Regards, Ken
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Re: Lola T322-326, HU29

Postby SST » Sat Jun 04, 2016 7:05 pm

Hello @ all,

Thank you for your posts and pictures!

I will give a small update:

The vehicle is now completely disassembled and I started with the restauration.
That was the condition when I bought the car:

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I disassembled the car in the christmas days completely:

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I have decided to renew the chassis completely. All plates are now ready and waiting to be reassembled.

At the moment I 'm waiting for the roll bar and the axle parts come from nickel return.

The front and rear uprights are already finished and like new. The gearbox will be ready next week.

At the Moment I´am looking for a few parts and Informations, maybe someone can help me:

- What typ of steering is fitted in the car? Is it from a serial production car or is it a Lola part?
- Does anyone know what typ of Tie rod ends are installed? These are parts from a serial production car?

- I´m looking for front lower wishbones. Does anyone have some parts or know someone who have some parts?


I'll keep you informed when there are something new :-)
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