Ipswich Transport Museum
Preserving the transport heritage of Ipswich since 1965, and now supported by the Friends of the Ipswich Transport Museum. The Ipswich Transport Museum is a Registered Charity No. 276626 and an Accredited Museum, number RD890.
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Speedworth F2 Superstox
Speedworth F2 Superstox
Acquired by the Museum:1999 (on loan)
Current State:Restored to static condition
Built in Ipswich in 1967, little is known of this vehicle's racing history and ownership, other than it was garaged at Weavers Ltd. (groundworks) of Ipswich. It was rescued from Weavers scrapyard by employee and saloon stock car driver Malcolm Lane in 1972. It was housed by him until 1975.

Later that year, the car was sent to D. J. Spall Ltd., car dismantlers, where it remained on top of a van until 1991.

It was rescued from the scrap man a second time by Dean Cox, who, with colleagues Nigel Robinson and Steve Spink, restored the car to its 1967 race trim and placed the car on loan to the Museum.