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
In the late 50s, the appearance of Listers jostled the established order
In 1957, Brian Lister developed the Lister Jaguar which quickly made its mark as a serious rival to the firmly-established racing teams of the time. With the talented British driver Archie Scott Brown at the wheel, the Lister legend began with prestigious victories over Ferrari and Aston Martin. With the “Knobbly Car”, the former Cambridge wrought iron firm thus climbed into the top division of international car-racing.
Chassis BHL 163 C
This LISTER KNOBBLY was built in 2018 by LISTER MOTOR COMPANY as part of the production launch of a limited series of 10 cars. It was given the chassis number BHL163C.
At the request of its owner, BHL163C was prepared to compete in historic races where it was to be entered in Sixties by Peter Auto.
Its owner having acquired another car, he never entered the LISTER in historic races. Today, it is in near new condition, having only been driven for 2 hours during a track day at Paul Ricard when it was delivered in France.
The Jaguar engine with a displacement of 3.8 liters and "wide angle" cylinder heads was supplied to LISTER MOTOR COMPANY by Crothwaite & Gardiner. The dyno test revealed a very significant 366 horsepower at 6,200 rpm.
A significant price reduction has just been decided.