This splendid and rare car equipped with the high-performance Lotus twin-cam engine was imported from England on 16/3/87 by Ken Booth Racing and purchased by the first Italian owner who in 1994 sold it to the second and current owner. Over the course of almost thirty years owned by this collector, the car has always been the subject of regular maintenance and cared for with great attention.
At the time of purchase the car was blue / red in color but recently, on the occasion of a paint refresh, the owner decided to make it in the more traditional Lotus green / yellow livery.
During its ownership, the car obtained the Aci-Csai identity card (1996) and the ASI registration certificate (2000).
In recent years he has participated in numerous events including the “Mythical sports in Bassano” and the “Lumezzane Trophy” of which some photos are exhibited.
In England the car was also used for club races on the track and for this reason it is equipped with stabilizer bars at the rear visible from the outside of the bodywork.
It is equipped with a short Tonneau cover, hood and side windows.
The driver’s seat is equipped with Britax 4-point seat belts while the passenger seat is equipped with 3-point seat belts.
A removable steering wheel is installed to facilitate access to the driver’s seat.
A very rare opportunity to be able to purchase the last real Seven produced by Lotus.
|OWNERS||2 in Italy|
|CERTIFICATIONS||ASI – ACI/CSAI|
REAR END BARS
REMOVABLE STEERING WHEEL
4 POINT DRIVER’S BELTS
HOOD AND SIDESCREENS
TERMS OF SALE:
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The information data and the characteristics of the vehicle are indicative and not binding, C.L. is not liable for any lack or discrepancy of the components with respect to the original production characteristics of the vehicles and it is therefore the responsibility of the buyer to carry out all the necessary checks before proceeding with the purchase. Therefore the description is purely indicative and has no contractual value.
As this is a vintage car, due to its age and mileage, it is not in perfect condition and has various defects that are seen and accepted by the buyer, with the express understanding that the seller is released from any liability and warranty regarding any defects. of the vehicle itself, overt or hidden, both if relating to the car as a whole, or to its parts, and if relating to its operation, and this without any reservation, also for all purposes of art. 1341 of the Civil Code. If the buyer collects the goods without making use of the right of inspection, the goods themselves are considered unconditionally accepted as seen and liked.