ARGO JM19C #122 Group C2
ARGO Group C2 JM19C #122 1988
The East Anglian marque Argo came from the demise of another British specialist race car constructor, Modus. Swiss engineer Jo Marquart (JM) became the brains at Anglia Cars.
Offered for sale is this Marquart design, ARGO JM19C, Chassis #122 which was built in 1987 and was first seen in competition in 1988 for first owner’s PC Automotive to compete in the C2 category of the World Sports Car Championship.
The cars best results were a 4th in C2 at the 1000k of Nurbrugring, 5th at Spa, 6th at Silverstone and 7th at Brands Hatch where it raced under the Texas Homecare livery as presented today.
It was originally fitted with the Ford Cosworth 3.3 DFL and upgraded to a 3.9 DFL, as presented today. The engine is fitted with the Hewland DGB 5 Speed gearbox.
The car is ideal for anyone wanting to enter the Group C racing series in Europe and having entered Le Mans in 1988, would be eligible to enter the Le Mans round of that series. Really easy car to drive and a lot of fun.
The car also comes with an American SCCA log book.
Plenty of spares come with the car including 2 spare sets of BBS wheels, a number of Hewland gear ratios, heads, floor, radiator, body panels including some moulds etc.
Please contact for any further information required.