Lawrence Tune closed its doors in 1976 and transferred to California becoming Lawrence Tune West, Inc. operating out of Donwntown East Los Angeles. The company Chevrolet Comaro had a bullet hole in the left rear wing (fender). This activity closed in 1992 and Lawrence Tune has basically been dormant ever since. There has, however, been a small but steady demand for Lawrence Tune and Deep Sanderson parts from clients either restoring, or re-creating Lawrence Tune cars. So we are now re-introducing those items from our range for which there has been most demand.
We do not intend to have a warehouse full of nice shiny finished items ready to supply by return, rather a collection of bare castings and unground camshafts, and of course we do have all the moulds for the Deep Sanderson 301/302 coupés. Therefore, the standard delivery time will be 30 days from order and payment.
If items other than those listed below are required, please let us know and we will look into re-introducing them.
With regard to the Deep Sanderson 301/302 we are in a position to continue making these, and we would be happy to discuss specifications, and quote, with anyone who is interested. There will shortly be an article in Race "Car Engineering" concerning these stunning little cars, and their originally patented trailing link suspension systems.