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1977 Walter Wolf F1

  •  Walter Wolf Formula One Prototype Chassis Number WR1
  •  Owned By Team Owner Walter Wolf Since New, 40+ years
  •  1st Place At Monaco Grand Prix, Canadian Grand Prix, Argentine Grand Prix In 1977
  •  Completely Untouched Since Its Final Race, Still Wearing Its Original Paint
  •  Very Likely The Most Original Formula 1 Car From The Era
  •  Built By Peter Warr, Harvey Postlethwaite And Patrick Head
  •  Exclusively Driven By Jody Scheckter In 1977 Season
  •  WR1 Finished On The Podium In Every Race It Completed
  •  Finished 2nd In 1977 Formula One Drivers Championship

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