In the 1950s, Brian Lister hit on a great idea — a lightweight tube-framed chassis with Jaguar's top-of-the-line straight-six motor. The 'Knobbly' would become one of the most successful race cars of the late 50s, with drivers like Sir Stirling Moss and Bruce Halford amassing a collection of trophies in the cars. This 1959 Knobbly is not just one of the most-awarded Knobbly's out there but has one of the best in-period records in motorsports. The exhaustive documentation lists 53 podiums, including 29 firsts, 15 seconds and 9 thirds. Along with the car and documentation comes a huge amount of spare parts, including the original frame that was replaced and used to build another Knobbly. Perfectly maintained and ready for historic races, this Knobbly is ready for a new home and the next chapter of its career.