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ERA-A-Type Chassis R1A. 2006 Goodwood Revival

ERA-A-Type Chassis R1A. 2006 Goodwood Revival by Wouter Melissen - Ultimatecarpage.com

The A-Type was a racecar built by ERA with four examples being made between 1934 and 1935.

The cars were fitted with a 1.1 litre inline six-cylinder engine that was able to produce 150bhp at 6,500rpm.

The cylinder heads were made of aluminium with two inclined overhead valves per cylinder operated by short pushrods from two high set camshafts.

The cylinder block and crankcase were both made from cast iron.

The crankshaft was made from forged steel and had three main bearings.

The cars were fitted with one spark plug per cylinder and a Lucas Magneto.

A single SU carburettor and a Roots/Jamieson supercharger were fitted.

A Wilson four-speed pre-selector gearbox connected to bevel drive rear axle via a prop-shaft enclosed in a torque tube was also fitted.

The cars were fuelled on a mix of Methanol, Benzol, Petrol and Acetone.

The car had a channel section frame and a 96in wheelbase. The cars were fitted with semi-elliptic leaf springs and Hartford friction shock absorbers. Girling mechanical brakes were fitted to the cars.

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