1958 LISTER KNOBBLY
Chassis BHL 163C
3.8l jaguar engine with wide angle cylinder head delivering 366 horsepower
7th of 10 built by LISTER MOTOR COMPANY
New - Ready to race
FIA Historic Technical Passport valid until 2028
BHL 163 C
JAGUAR 6 CYLINDRE 3,8 LITRE WIDE ANGLE
366 HP @ 6 800 RPM
JAGUAR D TYPE
At the end of the 1950s, the Listers disrupt the established order
In 1957, Brian Lister developed the Lister Jaguar which quickly established itself as a serious rival for the big brands already well established in the racing world. With the talented British driver Archie Scott Brown at the wheel, the prestigious victories wrested from Ferrari and Aston Martin helped build the Lister legend. The "Knobbly" has thus enabled the former Cambridge ironwork company to rise to the highest level of international competition.
The proposed car is the 7/10 continuation produced by LISTER MOTOR COMPANY
This LISTER KNOBBLY was built in 2018 by LISTER MOTOR COMPANY as part of the start of production of a limited series of 10 cars. It received the chassis number BHL163C.
At the request of its owner, BHL163C was prepared to race in historic races where it was to be entered in Sixties by Peter Auto. Note that the organizer confirmed to us that it was also accepted in the new Fifties series. His owner having bought another car, he has never entered the LISTER in historic races. To date, it is in near new condition, having only driven 2 hours as part of a track-day at Paul Ricard when it was delivered to France.
The 3.8 liter displacement Jaguar engine with wide angle cylinder heads was supplied to LISTER MOTOR COMPANY by Crothwaite & Gardiner. Its passage to the bench reveals a very significant power of 366 horses at 6,200 revolutions / min.