The Chevron B36 was designed to enter the 2-liter racing class of sports car racing, with the chassis accepting various types of engines. Chassis 367705 was built by Chevron in May 1977 and delivered new to owner and driver Gordon Hamilton of Kansas. Fitted with the highly developed Cosworth BDG 1,975-cc, 4-cylinder engine, it was entered in many events during the 1977, 1978 and 1979 seasons. After the 1980 season it was put it into dry storage, where it remained for 27 years before it was sold to a dealer, where it was soon sold to its current owner in Switzerland.
The car is now presented with FIA HTP and has recently completed a two-year, frame-up restoration, costing in excess of €200,000 ($222,776), with invoices on file along with numerous images. The Cosworth BDG engine and Hewland FT-200 gearbox have also benefited from a complete rebuild, along with new FIA-compliant fuel tanks, ensuring that when this B36 returns to the track, it is in the best possible condition.