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Updated on Sunday, July 29, 2018

We continue with the theme of lesser known Canam cars that include some colourful McLaren M1Bs', the stunning but enegmatic Ford Open Sport and a pair of Interserie McLaren M12's.

Soon to be released will be the 1972 Kyalami and 1973 Targa Florio practice Ferrari 312PB plus another series of the McLaren M1Bs'.

New releases...

MM290 - Alan Mann Ford Open Sport

Alan Mann built this stunning car in 1969 but it only ever raced twice. Frank Gardner retired the car in its first race but Jack Brabham took it to 3rd place at the Texas International Speedway.

MM294B3 - McLaren M12 Prophet

British driver David Prophet raced in the European version of Canam, Interserie, and was 8th at Hockenheim in 1972.

MM294B15 - McLaren M12 Kinnunen

Finnish driver Leo Kinnunen used Prophet's car to race at Keimola in 1972

MM293B4 - McLaren M1B Courtney

Ron Courtney's colourful version of the M1B was one of many private Canam entries and Ron Courtney would finish 12th at Watkins Glen in 1967.

MM293B10 - McLaren M1B Hayes

Charlie Hayes was 6th at the Bridgehampton Canam race in 1966.

MM293B11 - McLaren M1B L. Motchenbacher

An early 66 version of the M1B that Motschenbacher raced to 2nd at St Jovite.

MM293B62 - McLaren M1B J. Cannon

Canadian John Cannon took 4th at his home race at St Jovite in 1966.

MM293B96 - McLren M1B Motschenbacher Riverside

Motschenbacher raced the M1B in 2 different paint schemes in 1966 and this Riverside version came 9th.

As always, we are open to your suggestions on what you consider would be good subjects for us to produce.

John and Pam Simons