SPICE SE90C CHASSIS 008
British based Spice Engineering was created in the late 1980s by Gordon Spice. The purpose of the company was to build their own road cars and enter them in racing competition. Spice was able to secure a contract to construct two Camel 'Lights' chassis for General Motors. The cars were to be powered by a 3.0-liter four-cylinder Pontiac 'Super Duty' engine that produced an impressive 350 horsepower. Spice was given instructions to create the body similar to the production Fiero cars, thus its nickname being the 'Spice Pontiac Fiero.' Graham Humphrey provided the chassis drawings for the monoque while construction was handled by BS Fabricators. Final assembly of the cars were handled by Spice Silverstone works.
The SE86C first appeared in 1986 and used in Group C2 Competition. The SE87C was introduced in 1987, and the SE88C in 1988. There were a total of five examples of the SE88C created. The SE89 was introduced in 1989, and the list continues. SE90-028 in 1990 was the final chassis built. In total, there were around 11 examples of the SE90 created.
This car is a 1990 Spice built for the C1 class. Originaly campaigned by GP Motorsports, it has raced at Le Mans and has extensive Group C and IMSA history. It was converted to run a Lexus engine, and later a Chevrolet unit. A car in great race ready condition with a good spares package.
Hewland DGB gearbox
Electronic injection Chevrolet engine
Latest low drag bodywork