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McKee chassis numbers



McKee sportscars:

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
Mark 1 Chevrolet Chevette 364 1964 Sports Dick Doane => Lew Draper Officially called Chevette.
Mark 2 Chevrolet Chevette 1964 Sports Jerry Hansen => Bill Kirtley Jr. (1966) =>? Pat Manning => => Albert Way (~2002~2009) Officially called Chevette.
Mark 3 Ford 289 1964 Sports Bob Johnson => Dan Gerber (1965) => Allan Friedland (1966) => William Rigg => => Casey Putsch (~2009) Officially called Fordette.
Mark 4 Ford 427 1965 Sports Skip Lehmann => Dick Clicquennoi => Glenn Seegers (1977) => Tom Welch (1979~2009) Called the 427 LMD Special and driven by Mike Hall. Nothing known about the car after 1965 season.
Mark 5 Plymouth 427 1965 Sports Bob Montana ... => John Rasmussen, (2006~2009)  
Mk6B6 Oldsmobile 1966 Group 7 Bud Clusseruth => Chuck Frederick (~1969) => Mike Odell => John Alpers => Jason Hardwell (2004~2009) By 2004 still racing in vintage events.
Mk6/2 Chevrolet 1966 Group 7 Judy Fritsch => Fred Pipin => John Brady =>...=> Tom Simpson, USA (~2004~2009) Raced by Mak Kronn while owned by Judy Fritsch.
Mk6/3 Oldsmobile 1966 Group 7 Ralph Salyer => Bob McKee {rebuilt as Mk.9} Rebuilt as Mk.9 Howmet turbine car.
Mk7/1 Chevrolet 427 1967 Group 7 Bob Nagel => Bob Stanton {rebuilt as F5000 car} => {rebuilt back as a Can-Am car} ...=> Bob Lenz => ... => Lou Casazza, USA (~2008~2009) Later used also with Ford engine.
Mk7/2 Oldsmobile 1967 Group 7 McKee => Ralph Salyer (1967) => {rebuilt as Mk.10} Converted into the wedge-shaped Mk 10.
Howmet TXGTP1 (Mk.9)   1968 Prototype Howmet Corporation => Ray Heppenstall (1969) => ... => Bruce Linsmeyer, USA (~2004~2009) Built from Ralph Salyer's Mk.6.
Howmet TXGTP2 (Mk.9)   1968 Prototype Howmet Corporation => Ray Heppenstall (1969) => .... => Chuck Haines (~2004) => Xavier Micheron, F (2006) After accident at Le Mans rebuilt as TX Mk II Spyder by Heppenstall and used for six FIA records fro turbine cars. Rebuilt back as coupe and fitted by Allison 250C18 turboshaft helicopter unit while owned by Haines.
Howmet TXGTP3 (Mk.9)   2000 Prototype Chuck Haines (2000~2009)   Built by Bob McKee for Haines in 2000 from spare chassis frame.
Mk10/1   1968 Group 7 Ralph Salyer => Norm Cowdrey (~2009) Built from Ralph Salyer's Mk.7.
Mark 14 Oldsmobile 1969 Group 7 C. E. Frederick => Albert Way (~2009) Four wheel drive car used by Joe Leonard just in a single Can-Am event. After turning some practice laps it was withdrawn from the race due to number of problems.
Mark 18   1972 Can-Am Dick DeJarld => Ed Midgley (end 1975) => Bob Goulet (~1980) =>=> Bill Scott Originally F5000 car rebuilt for Can-Am by Goulet. Still raced until 1987 by Bill Scott.
Schkee (Mk20/1) Chevrolet 1977 Can-Am Doug Schulz => Tom Spalding (1978) => Dick DeJarld => ,,,=> Albert Way (~2009)  
Schkee (Mk20/1) Chevrolet 1977 Can-Am Doug Schulz => Johan Woerheide (~2009)  

Mk.1 to Mk.5 were one-off built specials.


Mk.8, Mk.12 were F5000, Mk.11 was Formula USAC.






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Last update: 1.5.2010