This 1957 Falcon MKII Competition Sports Racer is a factory built race version with a Len Terry designed Terrier frame. Powered by a race prepared 997cc Ford 105E 4-cylinder paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, it was reportedly raced in period at Silverstone, Daytona, and Cumberland. Owned by the seller for 15 years, it recently underwent a complete restoration and has had only shakedown miles added since. Falcon Shells was founded in 1956 in Essex England and produced fiberglass bodies for a variety of existing chassis as well as complete kits with a chassis and engine. Len Terry was a chassis designer who worked briefly for Falcon Shells before going on to a successful career with Lotus and Dan Gurney’s AAR team among others. Finished in British Racing Green, this works racer was restored for street use and still wears all of the original equipment with the exception of the original Smiths gauges, fuel cell and steering wheel.The Terrier tube frame chassis can be seen in the interior which features bare floors and vinyl covered seats with dual headrest fairings. All controls are functional period items, but the steering wheel is not correct and the gauges have been replaced with newer Smiths Magnolia units. Modifications added for street use include a horn and turn signals.