1959 Gemini MKII Jr. Formula
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The Gemini MK2 was originally built in 1959 as the Moorland. Graham Warner (of the famous Chequered Flag Company) bought the company and renamed it after his birth-sign. The debut for the Gemini was the 1959 Boxing Day Race at Brands Hatch with Jim Clark driving.
Although the majority (exactly 24) of the 30 MK2's built were exported to the United States, they were also regularly raced in England with Geoff Duke (of motorcycle fame), Mike Beuttler, and the boss Graham Warner. This car stayed in England.
Four of the 30 cars built were fitted with Ford engines, while the remaining 26 were fitted with BMC engines. Series number 1039 is one of the cars originally fitted with the BMC engine and one of the last front engined Juniors.
The car car remained in the UK until 1995 when it was bought by the current owner and imported to the US.
Comes with complete service and maintenance records. Logbooks. Raced in VSCCA. Has a FIA passport issued in 1995.
Car is in the US.