2006 Crawford Daytona Prototype
Mileage: About 40 hours on engine and gearbox.
Only 1 of 11 prototypes built by Crawford Racing (then Crawford Composites) of Denver, NC. Roush V-8 engine installed at the end of 2015 by Marshall Smith, longtime mechanic for Max Crawford, now working at his independent shop in Denver, NC. The engine Marshall removed is in his shop and conveys with the sale. The fresh engine installed in 2015 had mapping performed by a Roush systems engineer.
Xtrac hours would be similar to engine. Gearbox was revised and a 6th gear added in 2015 when the electro-pneumatic paddle shifter developed by Crawford Racing was installed.
- Campaigned in Grand Am by Paul Gentilozzi in 2006
- Winner of the 2007 25 Hours of Thunderhill (CA)
- Used since 2014 in DE Porsche Club events at Summit Point, VIR and Watkins Glen. Attended a total of 19 events, driving an average of 4 half-hour sessions per event - for a sum of around 40 engine hours.
Engine: Ford V-8 aluminum block; Roush Racing heads, cams, headers. Output electronically limited to 500HP as dictated by IMSA.
Engine management: Bosh
Systems management: MoTeC
Electro-pneumatic paddle shift system: Crawford built and installed
Transmission: Xtrac sequential, 6 speed
-Spares & Extras-
Spare Ford/Roush Engine
3 sets of wheels
laptop with Dash Manager software for dash and data logging configuration and i2 program for data analytics
center lock socket
assorted brake hardware