Who hasn’t heard what LOTUS stands for, but we tend to smile and presume it’s not really pertinent to one’s own particular Lotus.
Well, the sad truth is I have reached the end of my tether with this *#+”@#* car. As lovely as it is, I am not going to tolerate another single incident, Life is too short. When I was a lot younger maybe, but not now. I’m done with it, we’re through, it’s going down the road, (once I have had it fixed one last time that is).
If you have the patience, willingness and skill to give it the undivided love and attention it is so obviously crying out for, then here is a great opportunity to grab yourself a really tidy example at very keen money.
I want it sold, warts and all, to somebody fully aware of what they are taking on. This is not a dog, not be a long way. It’s more a naughty puppy, who keeps chewing the furniture and pooping indoors!
Make me a sensible offer and it’s yours to train properly.
This car was supplied to new to Doug Hardwick for the 1968 racing season. Ran in British events with a 1598cc Lotus-Ford twin cam engine and a 5 speed Hewland FT200 gearbox. After its Hardwick Racing.....
At auction there this Lotus Year 1971 mission known for the Lotus was in 2015 restored extremely complex and with attention to detail.
There some tags have been implemented around the built-in motor.....