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    The Lola T120, also known as the BMW G767, was a Group 7 sports prototype race car, designed, developed and built by British manufacturer Lola, specifically to compete in hill climb racing, in 1967. It was powered by a unique 2-liter, 16-valve, four-cylinder engine, designed by Ludwig Apfelbeck, to produce between 260 and 280 hp @ 8500 rpm, and was itself based on the M10 engine.[3][4]

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    1. ^ "Lola Heritage". www.lolaheritage.co.uk.
    2. ^ "Lola Heritage". www.lolaheritage.co.uk.
    3. ^ Quiniou, Louis (July 6, 2015). "#Tech – The BMW Apfelbeck Cylinder Head".
    4. ^ "beautifully engineered".