I was reading a british magazine at Barnes & Noble today and there was a picture of a silver Lola Mk6, the car that Ford bought two of in order to use as mules to test components on while developing the GT40 , and I was surprised that it said Allen Grant (famous factory Cobra racer) was the owner/restorer (the exterior is finished but apparently the car didn't run for the last 40 plus years). I had never heard his name connected with the Lola Mk.6 . I also thought that there were only three Mk6, two sold to Ford, one to Mecom.If Grant's is another car, does that mean it's four? Maybe a Lola expert can answer that. Hopefully the Grant Lola Mk6 will be vintage racing soon or at least on display at a major event like Pebble Beach. The picture of Grant's silver car in the magazine was from 2009. It looks from the picture in the magazine like Grant is going for a stock look , not the beflared multi-air scooped version that the Mecom car became. Maybe what stopped Grant initially was no engine and gearbox, I imagine a 260cu.in. Ford V8 is easy to find but a vintage Colotti gearbox is a whole 'nother animal.