Onboard the ultimate Lancia Stratos HF rally replica

Published: 8th July 2021. Welcome to Late Brake Show Car Caves, where Jonny explores private car garages and drives one of the vehicles in the collection. This time it is the Lister Bell STR - or better known as the 1970s Lancia Stratos replica rally car. The car was featured in episode 3 of this Car Caves, where Kevin Johnson - aka Miura Man - opens the doors on his characterful Bedfordshire barn conversion full of heavenly mid-engined supercars. Thanks for stopping by The Late Brake Show. Climb onboard the ultimate Lancia Stratos rally replica - volume up for this one! This private tour was of huge interest, because Kevin (originally from Wales) owns the kind of supercars normally associated with vast collections. He is not a collector - he is a supercar driver. Kevin can afford an original Stratos, but he chose to buy an LB Specialist Cars STR instead. Jonny drives it to see what the fuss is about. The Car Caves playlist is proudly supported by EBC Brakes. Follow EBC Brakes via: Facebook: https://facebook.com/ebcbrakesofficial Instagram: @ebcbrakesofficial Twitter: @ebcbrakesuk Use code 'LBS15' for a 15% discount on all products via the EBC Brakes Direct website – https://ebcbrakesdirect.com Tech spec LB Specialist Cars STR (Lancia Stratos Rep) - https://www.lbspecialistcars.com/ Engine: 3.0 V6 24v Alfa Romeo Busso, mid-engined, 220bhp (est) Gearbox: 5-spd manual Alfa Romeo, RWD 0-62: 5 (est) Top speed: 150mph (est) Campanolo wheels Integrated roll cage RHD with adjustable pedal box Removable rally light pod A huge thanks to Kevin and his wife Nicola for granting us permission to visit and film their vehicles.

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