Back in 1959, prominent Jaguar dealer Wally Troy set out to build his ideal sports car from scratch. The finished Troy Roadster was constructed on a custom tube chassis with aluminum bodywork and a Chevrolet 283 ci V8 with dual carburetors. The car captivated automotive enthusiasts with its simple open-wheel design in the pages of Hot Rod in 1960 and up to the present day.
Inspired by Troy’s original roadster, the Troy Indy Special takes the design to new heights with a modern tubular chassis and inboard coilover suspension for improved performance and driver comfort. Add in the proven performance and reliability of Chevrolet’s LS3 engine, and you’ve got contemporary sports car drivability in the footprint of a classic Indy racer. With a six-speed manual transmission and minimal electronic interferences, the new Troy Indy Special is a thrilling next chapter, executed just as Wally Troy would have.
Wally Troy builds the original Troy Roadster.
Troy Indy Special development begins in partnership with Scarbo Performance and Scarab Motorsports.
The first Troy Indy Special prototype is shown at Amelia Island.
With the completion and testing of the second prototype, work begins on production Troy Indy Specials.
The Troy Indy Special leads the pace lap for the Vintage Indy Registry at Road America.
Troy Indy Special No. 007 is featured in the season premier of Jay Leno's Garage.
The First Production Troy Roadster is shown at the Amelia Island Concours.
7fifteen Motorworks will construct just 33 examples of the LS3-powered Troy Indy Special with aluminum Indy-style bodywork.
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