D Sports Racer
Ed Murray and Dave Craddock started this car in 1972. It consists of a tube frame chassis and uses a Honda 750 engine.
They cast their own magnesium rear uprights. Dave worked in a pattern shop and had help building the pattern.
The wheels were Halibrand 13" Midget wheels.
Front uprights were from a McClaren MkII (modified Spitfire).
Brakes were Airheart calibers and discs (which proved to be a bad decision).
They fabricated a body from a Moodini, which was a modified Lotus 23.
Ed drove the car a few times then the car. It went through a couple of hands before Rod Hahnemann bought it. Rod "made a bunch of changes, upgraded the brakes, and built a
new body using plywood and Masonite for a female mold! We sold him fiberglass materials, gave him advice, and he did it at home," reports Dave Craddock.
Rod sold the car to the Quatrocci brothers and they put a Kawasaki ZX10 Ninja engine in it.
The brothers later sold the car "and Rod ended up with the car again. It's in storage now."