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- 3,841 miles
In 1952, Colin Chapman introduced his first proper production car, called the Lotus Mark VI. It had a space frame chassis which weighted only 25 kg, and the alumunium body was constructed by panel beaters Willams and Pritchard. Most of the mechani...
Lotus Elan Sprint FHC. 1972. Left Hand Drive. Team Gold Leaf Colours. Originally sold in the UK through Lotus Dealer ‘J A Else’ in Codnor, Derbyshire. UK Registration – SRB 50K. Replacement Chassis. Matching NUmbers. Current owner since 2004. Resp...
1970 Lotus 59 – ex Team Lotus Works Car, ex Bev Bond and also used in Ron Howard’s “RUSH”. (1970)
Lotus Elan S4/SE DHC, 1970(road-tax fee exempt). Fabulous example having been freshly rebuilt and repainted. (1970)
Lotus Elan S2, 1965. LEFT HAND DRIVE. Glorious example with beautiful fresh paintwork (1965)
- 2,600 miles
Lotus Yellow with Black trim, Equipped with rare genuine Lotus leather steering wheel, E/windows, Full weather equipment including tonneau cover, Lotus Knock-on wheels, Original UK RHD DHC example, Comprehensive history going back some 30 years in...
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Lotus Elite Climax S2, 1961. RACING CAR. Z/F Gearbox. Owned by Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits. (1961)
- 36,500 miles
- 80 bhp
In 1969-70, the Type 65 (also known as S2 Federal) was born specifically for export to the US, with additional changes to the body, chassis, suspension and the power plant to better comply with U.S. D.O.T. standards. Production of the 54 continued...
- 102,000 miles
1964 Very early Series 2 (sometimes known as a Series 1 1/2), I believe there was about 15-20 cars built with the Series 1 rear lights, hence the rarity of this car before Lotus went with the Series 2/3 elliptical rear lights. This car has origin...
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