1961 EMERYSON-CLIMAX 61
At a stretch, the Emeryson may even be considered good value considering that an equivalent Lotus 25 will cost a further £100,000. The brainchild of racing driver and front-wheel-drive Formula 2 and F3 car designer Paul Emery, this 1961 Climaxpowered machine is the last survivor of four cars built. It was driven in period by Jack Fairman and Mike Spence, with Spence notably finishing second in the Brands
Hatch Lewis-evans Trophy. After a £90,000 restoration, including a rebuilt FPF motor, this 1.5-litre car has competed in the 2018 Monaco Historic Grand Prix and been in regular Goodwood Revival and Historic Grand Prix Cars Association action since ’98.