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1971 Shadow MK II Spyder

  • Chassis Number: 71-3
The Shadow MKII was a new design built for the 1971 Can-Am series. The car was designed by Peter Bryant and used smaller diameter wheels and tires to minimize frontal area. The best finish was second place in 1971 driven by Jackie Oliver. The engines were built by Jim Hall at Chaparral and featured the unique cross-ram intake system seen on this car. This induction system was also chosen to reduce overall aerodynamic drag. It, however, limited engine horsepower and was replaced for the last two races in 1971 with the conventional vertical stack system that was standard in the series at the time. The 1971 chassis was updated and used in the 1972 season, therefore there are no Shadow racers with a 1972 serial number. This is the only example of the MKII Shadow in existence.

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