1964 Huffaker Genie MK10
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This car was number one of only six MK 10s designed and built by Joe Huffaker. Huffaker had previously started with smaller 'specials' and Formula Junior before graduating to larger displacement sports racing cars. It first ran in the 1964 United States Road Racing Championship series (USRRC) which was the predecessor to Canadian American Challenge Cup series (Can-Am). This Genie then passed through numerous owners in subsequent years while being raced in the Southwest and Eastern areas of the United States with the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and then various vintage race car organizations.
The present owner purchased the car in 1990 and personally handled a complete mechanical and cosmetic restoration prior to resumption of racing it in 1991. This Genie has successfully competed in over forty race weekends since restoration. These races were primarily on the west coast.
This Huffaker-Genie Mk 10 USRRC Sports-Racer is powered by a 357 cubic-inch Chevrolet engine fitted with Weber carburetors. There is a Hewland LG500 transaxle and all A.n.-spec hardware. The car has a list of comprehensive spares including wheels, suspension an brake components, various engine and powertrain parts, plus a dedicated alignment rig and other support equipment.
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