Shipped to New York America from the factory in 1968 the car was campaigned on the east coast until sold in 1983. It went through a series of ownership and competition when Mr Reyns bought and race the car extensively until 2008. Showing and supplied with a uninterrupted log book between May 1984 to June 2011.
Receipts showing comprehensive engine rebuild in 2008. The car has done very little work since then.
Engine is a 1600cc 711m Block dry sump (51c config) with Hewland / Webster gearbox so you can change the ratios.
The car was repatriated in February 2018 to Norfolk, England just miles from the Lotus factory.
The car comes with a historic file which included pictures, log books, letter and other documentation
Viewings more than welcome. The car is located in Norwich.
Any questions then please call David or Stuart on the details below / the details below
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