1970 Chevron B16 Cosworth (Mythic)
The B16 Chevron raced in the 1970-1972 World Endurance Series. The B16 was also at the 1970-1972 24 Hours of LeMans. This car has been raced at Daytona and Sebring and was driven in the Steve McQueen movie ''LeMans.''There were 23 Chevron B16 models built in 1969 and 1970 plus a B16 Spyder constructed in 1970. The B16 was based on, and an evolution of, the B8. It had a spaceframe chassis and reinforced with steel to form a full monocoque. The front suspension was carried by tubular frames. The suspension was double wishbones at the front and upper link and triangular wishbones at the rear. The basic fiberglass body design was created with the help of stylist Jim Clark.