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    Default Brunton Stalker Classic for sale $17,000

    This car is a blast to drive! The prior owner set it up as a weekend car as well as a very capable autocross car. I just used it as a FUN car. I am moving on to another project car and need to sell this one.

    The Lotus Seven-inspired Stalker was acquired as a kit with components manufactured by Brunton Auto ( in St. Petersburg, Florida and finished with parts sourced from GM. This example (chassis #34) wears painted fiberglass and bare aluminum bodywork over a welded steel space frame.

    This Stalker was assembled by the original owner in 2004/5. A second owner did a drivetrain overhaul in 2014,and I purchased the car in 2016.

    The GM-sourced 3.4-liter V6 was overhauled by a previous owner in 2014 including polishing of the crank, flywheel resurfacing, balancing the rotating assembly, and head work. Power is sent through a T-5 gearbox to a GM 10 bolt rear end with a 3.42:1 limited-slip differential from Auburn Gear. Engine utilizes Crane Gold aluminum roller rockers, a Crower camshaft, COMP pushrods, a modified Holley 390 CFM carburetor with no choke, a Mallory HyFire electronic ignition box, and a custom baffled and gated oil pan designed for increased ground clearance.

    Additional info:

    4-point roll-bar,
    Black vinyl bucket seats equipped with 5-point racing harnesses
    Grant GT steering wheel
    AutoMeter gauges in a carbon fiber dash panel
    Braking is from front discs and rear drums with a Wilwood master cylinder, pedal box, and bias adjuster.
    Adjustable AVO Dampers (coilovers)
    Street wheels are 15″x7″ Weld Racing 5-spokes with new Bridgestone Potenza tires (less than 1000 miles)
    Extra Wheels & Tires - 6 spare wheels (slicks on light weight racing rims (Slicks need to be replaced)

    Recent maintenance includes fluid changes in November 2018 and . This Stalker shows 7,400 miles. build documentation to be provided. I have a clean Louisiana title listing the vehicle as a 1959 Lotus.

    Start video (a little loud as it was in my garage):
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    Last edited by billsal436; 06-18-2019 at 05:07 PM. Reason: Added pictures

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