new Beach Mk 4 B Series II, designed and developed for F -
and H Modified racing.
BEACH mark 4b
"The Beach Mk 4 B fresh from the factory in racing trim."
BEACH MARK 4B
cc to 1600 cc.
SYSTEM: Crossflow radiator aluminum piping and header tank.
type) Hewland Mark 4 or 5.
anti‑roll bar fitted.
anti‑roll bar fitted.
acting shock coils front and rear.
front and rear with Airheart Calipers, dual balanced hydraulic system with
Girling master cylinders.
Girling master cylinder.
Alloy, American Magnesium 6 x 13 front and 7 x 13 rear with optional 8 x
beam headlights ‑ Lucas stop, tail lights.
pressure, oil temperature. water temperature Stewart Warner. Tachometer
8,000 rpm Sun electric
welded mild steel tube space frame.
fiberglass with removable vinyl covers, 3" wide aircraft type scat
front - 49.0"
rear - 48.0"
A. Length - 140.5"
A. Height - 27.2"
A. Width - 56.0"
(less engine and transmission) - 510 lbs.
COMPONENTS, INC., 2028 Gentry Street, Clearwater Florida 33515
All prices and specifications are subject to change without notice. August 1966.
Prices are Ex-Factory, Clearwater, Florida. Freight and Crating charges are not included.
"Neat and easily accessible cockpit for the Mk 4 B. Note: the cluster dash and double contoured windscreen, non-glare dash panel, and dished chrome spoke steering wheel."
is built into the 4 B by careful engineering design and quality
workmanship. Use of the proper materials and weight balance gives the car
chassis and suspension strength and at the same time light weight.
owned Beach Mk 4 B has even been called infallible, but we prefer to just
say it's the reliability built into every Beach car at the factory.
However, this particular car, owned and driven by J.W. Denton of
Hiawassee, Georgia, has set a beautiful competition record. In the current
1966 racing, season Mr. Denton has entered his car in all six National
Championship Races and won all six races, including the heat races on
Saturday. This record has earned him 54 points and a trip to Riverside
Raceway in California. At the annual Chimney Rock Hillclimb, Mr. Denton
entered the car, winning fourth overall and shaving down last year's H
Modified record by 22 seconds.
With such a
competent driver and the quality, reliability, and handling of the Beach
Mk 4 B you can be a winner too, whether F G or H Modified.
If you don't believe us, write Mr. Denton, he'll tell you.
of details and excellent craftsmanship on the 4 B are a joy to behold and
interesting from the functional standpoint. Instrumentation is legible and
all controls and switches are located where one may easily come to grips
with them. Seats are adjustable lightweight fiberglass shells, fully
upholstered with padded heavy duty vinyl. The adjustable steering wheel
has dished chrome spokes and black plastic rim with smooth operating
gearshift close at hand in the same finish.. Attractive non-glare crackle
finish is applied on the dash and instrument cluster hood.
refinements are to be found under the gleaming finish of the all fiber
glass body. The radiator is fully ducted by a one piece fiber glass duct
which also provides the mounting for hydraulic systems reservoirs. Located
in the right rear rocker panel is a fiber glass battery box and cover.
suspension components are all of the highest quality and maximum strength.
Anti-roll bars are fitted front and rear in conjunction with shock
coils, disc brakes, Airheart calipers and precision machined hub
carriers. All bearing surfaces are bushed and have grease fittings.
The rigid heliarc welded tube frame, stressed aluminum belly pan and neat fitting fiber glass body contribute to the solid roadable feeling of this competition machine.
"J. W. Denton from Hiawassee, Georgia on his way to another win in his Beach Mk 4 B."