Westfield 7 SEI 215 BHPRace Car, Trackday Car , Hill Climb ,Road Legal

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Technical specifications

Model:7 SEI
Fuel Type:Petrol
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For sale here is my awesome Westfield 7 SEI.
Built as a pure bread race car she is suitable for racing, trackdays, hillclimbs, or equally driving to the pub!
She is a Westfield SEI, registered in 1988, and has a full fibre glass body.
Weighing approximately 600Kgs in race trim and developing circa 215BHP, this is a seriously quick car!
In short there is a very well sorted C20xe 2.0L red top up front, a quaife LSD at the back, some fibreglass in between, and a sticky tyre on each corner.
The car has an extensive spec which I will try and list below:
Vauxhall 2.0 16V C20xe Redtop Engine (Vauxhall Calibra derived)
Told was dyno’d at 215 Bhp when built!
Twin 45 Webers Carbs with Ram pipes and Sock filters (on ally manifold)
Kent Cams (AST1603)
Uprated Valve springs (Kent Vs36
Modified pistons to suit
Cosworth group A big end bolts
Polished & ported head machined and reworked head to fit cams (Bill for £1200 in 1992!)
Soild engine Mounts (makes the car jump off the line)
Shallow Sump
4 into 1 exhaust with re-packable Silencer
Remote oil filter
16 row oil cooler up front
Samco hoses

Drive train
Ford type 9, 5 speed box (essential for track use as tops out around 120-30 mph not 90mph with 4 speed)
New clutch approx 50 miles ago
The biggest organic race clutch plate I could buy to fit
Heavy duty track-race clutch pressure plate
Quaife LSD at the back

Suspension / Steering
Quick rack
Fully independent suspension all round
Spax adjustables front and back
Wide track rear end (1650mm)

Disc brakes all round
MI16 Billet callipers on the front (very expensive!)
Sierra 4x4 rears callipers
Yellow stuff pads
Braided hoses all round

Compomotive 13’’ Alley Cat Deep dish Alloys
Very deep dish on rear
Yokohama Advan sticky tyres (soft compound)

Flared rear arches to suit wide track
Front cycle wings

Facet redtop fuel pump
Alloy race tank in rear with spill neck and roll over valve
Braided lines throughout feeding those twin45’s up front

RAC 'FIA approved’ roll cage with removable ‘Petty Bar’
Mountney steering wheel
Lightweight drivers seat
Sparco Race harnesses (3’’ drivers side)
Cut off switch and plumbing for fire extinguisher (driver and engine bay)
Carbon effect dashboard
Aluminium interior paneling throughout
Quick release rear access panel and battery panel
Padded passenger seat was a later addition, but makes for a happy passenger!

12 months MOT
Full lighting kit

Recent work
Within the last year or so:
Cam belt and water pump
Clutch and pressure plate
Air filters replaced
NGK Iridium Spark plugs
Chassis Re blacked when engine out to do clutch
Ball joints replaced
New rear tyres
New alternator belt
New fuel lines
New wiring loom
A bit of History
I have driven lots of cars from Porsches to Skylines and none of them can beat this for raw vieral acceleration and handling. I have owned it for 3 years and during this time have used it mainly for hill climbs at Gurston Down, and track days at Castle Combe among other places. Around Combe it embarrassed machinery 10 times its value, the only cars being quicker was a friend of mine in a supercharged Lotus Exige on the straights and another pal in a 911GT3 RS (a £180K vehicle)
During the 80s and 90’s it had been a road going car used for the odd hill climb. During the early naughties, at quite some cost, it was conerted to full race spec and ran it in the North Sports and Saloon Car Championships in 2005, Knock hill and Croft etc. The last owner raced it in smaller hillcimb events in Scotland, Kames Sprint Circuit and the like, before it was then purchased by me.
Upon purchase I re- fitted some lights and got an MOT. During this time I re wired most of the car, and replaced the dashboard switchgear. Some more modern electronic gauges were added.
The car has an extensive spec which I will try and list below:

As you can see this car has an EXTENSIVE SPECIFICATION. To build this car ‘today’ would cost a fortune.
It’s on the button and ready to be enjoyed. It had a fresh MOT last weekend.
Other Bits
From 2 meters it is a very sharp looking car and gets attention wherever it goes. Up close the paint has a few marks, stonechips and the odd bit of micro blistering (from when it lived in Scotland most likely). This has never bothered me as I don’t like trailer queens, but it’s not a big car to repaint if you wanted to.
The seat is fixed for a 5’9’’ driver. There are holes pre-drilled for a 6 foot driver. It half an hours work with a socket set to adjust.
The speedo doesn't work (I have used a gps) as requires a speedo cable fitting. I believe the car has done 6-7000 miles from new.
Also with the car is a full screen and doors from when it was in road trim.
I have a huge pile of bills and receipts from previous ownership as well as mine, with the all important MOT and V5 in my name.
If you want to drive it on the road its actually quite refined, it'll sit in traffic all day and not get hot, and you get plenty of fresh air!
If you want to go FAST and be LOUD then this is the car for you!

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