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Fisher Fury Road & Track Car


Fisher Fury Road & Track Car

Posted 1 month ago

Fisher Fury

The kit was purchased from Fisher sports Cars in 2000 and was built here in Guernsey being completed and registered in 2002.

The Car was originally fitted with a 2.0ltr Fiat/Lancia Twin Cam engine, which when running worked fine on the roads.

The Car had two caretaker owners before my purchase in 2010.

I have carried out a number of modifications to the car. The major one being a new engine and gearbox, it now has a Ford Zetec 2.0ltr with a lightened fly wheel, twin webber 45 carbs, a modified cam, mildly flowed head, shallow baffled oil sump etc. giving 205bhp. The new type 9 gearbox has a long 1st gear, upgraded bearings and alloy bell housing, a new larger alloy fuel tank with a baffled sump, new fuel pump and regulator, new fully adjustable coil over, fully re-buildable Pro-shocks. Which has been set up primarily for track, but the suspension only takes a few minutes to change to road use. And is very comfortable in all environments. The braking system has also been upgraded with ventilated discs up front and alloy multi-pot callipers. So no overheating on track. All balanced to give a predictable drive.

The Car weighs 640kg so the power to weight ratio is staggering and if you want to see it in action at a charity (none competitive) hill climb event please go to youtube and type in (Fisher Guernsey) it should just come up in the search.

The car also has a folding and removable soft top and removable window panels to give flexibility in use. I have driven the car in the UK and France sometimes driving to events, taking part in them and driving back, for the longer trips away there is a single axel trailer made by Brian James trailers for this car which can be towed by most medium sized cars.

If you need any further information or want to view the car please call or text me on 07781 139281 or e-mail me at [email protected]


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