How Do You Find a SCCA Race Car for Sale?


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As of 2015, find Sports Car Club of America racecars for sale at RacingJunk.com, Racer.com and Classifieds.RacerConnect.com. All three websites offer cars located throughout the United States. Listings include the vehicle's manufacturer and model, price, photographs and descriptions. On RacingJunk.com, search advertisements by keyword and sort by price, distance and club membership. Racer.com features automakers such as Porsche, Mazda and Nissan. Search on Classifieds.RacerConnect.com by manufacturer, model, mileage and ZIP code. Pontiac, BMW and Ford are among the manufacturers.

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Sports Car Club of America has 28 car classifications for competition in the club's major racing events. Four Touring classifications include cars such as the Porsche 996, Chevrolet Camaro SS, Ford Focus ST and Acura RSX-S. Touring class cars can undergo suspension, tire and wheel component changes. There are eight Formula classifications, for open-wheel, single-seat racers. Formula car manufacturers include Van Diemen, Lola and Reynard.

The SCCA Production car classification does not have a vehicle age limit; 50-year-old cars can compete with current models. HP is the slowest category of Production class cars, and EP is the fastest category. A car can race in more than one category by changing its engine. Cars that compete in Production class races include the MG Midget, Alfa Romeo Spyder and Lotus Super 7. Cars such as the Honda Civic, BMW 325, Mazda RX-7, Nissan 240 and Toyota MR-2 also compete.

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