1997 Aussie Invader III LSR JET


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1997 Aussie Invader III LSR JET
Year: 1997
Make: Aussie Invader
Body: Handcrafted
Odometer: Indicating 1km
Engine: Mirage Fighter Jet Engine
Colour: Australian Flag Wrap
Seats: 1
- Built by Roscoe McGlashan
- ATAR engine from RAAF Mirage fighter-plane
- 6 Pot Monoblock Callipers
- 0-1000kmph in just 16 seconds!
- Highly collectible Aussie Invader III

This highly iconic piece of Australian history was built and piloted by the Australian Daredevil Roscoe McGlashan in 1997 and has been kept in a preserved state since it was produced. The infamous Aussie Invader III was produced between 1997-2006 and featured an ATAR jet engine out of a RAAF mirage fighter plan.

Finished in a one-piece Kevlar composite designed body with an immaculate Australian flag print, this aussie icon can be admired as either a showpiece or can be raced professionally. Its stunning artwork spreads across the body and features previous sponsor logo's as well as a uniquely designed Australian flag that fades into a Gloss Red that carries over the rest of the body.

The Aussie Invader III features a high powered SNECMA 9K-50 engine that boasts 18,000 lbs of thrust, while producing 36,000 HP with a top speed of 641 MPH. Its 15” carbon rotors to its 6 Pot Monoblock Callipers were designed and built by A.P Racing to withstand high temperature braking.

The Invader rests on solid hand forged L77 aluminium wheels and were designed to spin at 8,000RPM. The fuel system holds 600L of AMPOL Jet A1 and consumes at a rate of 10L per second. Fitted with such a high-powered Jet engine this Aussie Invader III is noted to reach 0-1000kmph in just 16 seconds!

This Aussie Invader III is highly collectible and an investment piece of Australian history, ready to be appreciated as a showpiece, this LSR powered Jet would be the cornerstone to any collection.

Sold unregistered

As with all vehicles sold in the Classic Car Division, they have been well looked after by their previous owners. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of vehicles, Lloyds Auctions are unable to physically inspect every aspect of each vehicle and the description which should be used as a guide only have been compiled after speaking with the owners. Lloyds Auctions sells these vehicles under standard auction conditions that offers no warranties or cooling off period. Please feel free to call the Classic Car Division if you have any questions relating to any vehicle. Inspection is highly recommended.

Lloyds stock #100961+1469