Chevron B8 Historic racecar

CHEVRON B8 Chassis CH/DBE 39

For sale, this amazing and truly unique 1967 Chevron B8 with lots of racing history from the 1969 Monza 1000 to several Dutch championship races in the seventies all the way to more recent the Dutch historic grand prix of 2012.

Technical details:
BMW engine M10
198 HP at 7000 rpm
218 Nm at 4,000 rpm
2 double weber
FT200 Hewland Gearbox

Many original spare parts come with the car. Such as cylinder head, front wishbones and different gears.
The Chevron is in possession of a FIA passport.

The most unique feature of this Chevron B8 is that it’s the only one which was factory delivered as a left hand drive car. This is proven by photographs of the Nurburgring 100km in 1968. This Chevron was factory delivered with the BMW engine. Originally delivered to a German gentleman by the name of Nikolaus Killenberg. He entered this BMW powered Chevron in several famous events as can be seen below:

Pos | Date |Race | Entrant |Chassis |Championship | Time/DNF
DNF 1970-05-31 XVI ADAC Nürburgring 1000 kms | Private entry |Chevron B8 – BMW |World Sports-Prototype | ??
DNF 1969-06-01 XV ADAC Nürburgring 1000 kms | Chevron Cars Ltd. |Chevron B8 – BMW| World Sports-Prototype | Engine
DNF 1969-04-25 V Monza 1000 kms |Private entry | Chevron B8 – BMW |World Sports-Prototype | Engine
10 1968-09-22 1968 Eifelpokal Nürburgring | Private entry |Chevron B8 – BMW |Non Championship – Sports | –
18 1968-07-21 1968 Solituderennen auf dem Hockenheim |Private entry |Chevron B8 – BMW | Non Championship | – Sports –

In 1970 the Chervon B8 was purchased by Dutchman Kees Kwinkelenberg. You can see Kees in 1970 racing this car on YouTube:
Kees entered the Chevron B8 in various Dutch championship races.
In 1973 Kees decided to store the car and in 2003 it finally saw the light of day again when Leo Kemmer bought the car and gave it a well-deserved extensive restoration. Leo only used original Chevron parts. Leo also decided not to interfere with the amazing patina the car has as a sort of tribute.
Here you can see the car’s first dynorun:

Leo entered the car in the Dutch historic grand prix at Zandvoort in 2012. A video of the car in action that day can be seen here:

Unfortunally Leo Kemmer passed away in 2014. Leaving behind this beloved and carefully rebuilded Chevron B8.
Do you want to race next season at all the famous historic racing events? This is the car to do it in, with the FIA papers this car is eligible for almost every event.

House of Cars Haarlem is proud to offer this spectacular Chevron B8. We are open to give you any information you might need. You’re always welcome to visit us to see the car in real life. We’re located in Haarlem which is near Schiphol airport we will pick you up.



KM stand Onbekend
Bouwjaar 1967
Brandstof Benzine
Transmissie Handgeschakeld
Onderhoudsboekjes Onbekend
Datum deel 1
Kleur Wit
Aantal deuren 2
BTW / marge regeling Marge

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Hendrik Figeeweg 3B
2031BJ Haarlem

T: +31 (0)23 583 4748

Technische specificaties

Aantal cillinders 4
Cillinderinhoud 2.000 cc
Aantal PK 199 pk

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