For Sale at Bonhams
• 1952 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Typifying the foundation of Ecurie Ecosse as a Scottish cooperative racing team, this XK120 was campaigned in period by Sir James Scott-Douglas.
• 1953 Jaguar C-Type
Raced in period for Ecurie Ecosse by the team’s future Le Mans winner Ninian Sanderson, and also by Jock Lawrence, Jimmy Stewart (late brother of Sir Jackie) and Frank Curtis.
• 1956 Jaguar D-Type
A short-nose ‘D’ without the fin – the most beautiful of all variants - and a debut-race winner for the Scottish team driven by Ron Flockhart.
• 1959 Tojeiro-Jaguar
This unique Tojeiro-Jaguar is one of the most distinctive of all modern-era Historic sports-racing cars having been campaigned most prominently by Barrie Williams.
• 1960 Cooper T49 Monaco
Campaigned in period, including Le Mans, by Bruce Halford, Tommy Dickson and – most notably during his meteoric rise to World Champion invincibility – Sir Jackie Stewart.
• 1961 Austin-Healey ‘Sebring’ Sprite
The delightful and distinctive little Coupe, recalling the Scottish team’s 1961 Le Mans foray with drivers Ninian Sanderson and Bill Mackay.
• 1962 Tojeiro-Buick Coupe
Designer John Tojeiro’s ultimate Le Mans 24-Hour race contender, the subsequently V8-powered rear-engined Coupes proved to be forerunners of the 1963 Lola-Ford Mark VI GT and the Ford GT family.
• The 1959 Commer Ecurie Ecosse Transporter
Designed by aeronautical engineer Selby Howgate and immortalised by Corgi’s classic 1:48-scale model – in fully restored running order with its unique bodywork by Alexander’s of Falkirk and Commer TS3 flat-six diesel engine.