1972 Lotus Seven S4 for sale

2018 Nov 10
£ 14,995


1972 Lotus 7 S4 78,100 recorded miles MOT until 24 June 2019 Zero rate road tax Owners manual (rare) Handbook (rare) Lotus twin-cam Big Valve engine This car was purchased from the man who was Lynx engines in Paignton, Devon. (he has now retired). It is a very quick car. He completely stripped the car and rebuilt it to exacting mechanical standards. The engine has been rebuilt, is powerful and has lots of low down torque. The gearbox and differential were also rebuilt. It has fitted: Stainless steel exhaust: Braided steel brake lines: Revolution wheels: Roll Bar: Heater: Full tonneau cover: Lumenition: Roll over bar: Adjustable Spax Shock Absorbers: Original air filter box with new filter: Baffled sump: Brand new soft-top which has never been fitted…needs fitting…I have never used it. Work carried out since I have owned this car (less than 1000 miles) New steering rack New battery New spark plugs New Magnecor 8.5mm ignition leads New distributor cap & rotor arm New fanbelt New air filter Cometic cam cover gasket from Burton’s New wiper blades New upgraded headlights and bulbs LED sidelight and indicator bulbs….much brighter than standard bulbs Recent oil changes: engine, gearbox & differential Recent brake fluid change Started motor recently overhauled Clutch slave cylinder overhauled & new fluid Speedometer overhauled and calibrated by Speedograph I have a also fitted a digital speedometer that works off the GPS system…it can be removed easily 2 auxiliary sockets for charging mobile phones and using satnav Wing mirrors attached to the sidescreens….Formula type from Merlin Motorsport It has a non-standard steering wheel…but the original will be supplied with the car It starts and runs beautifully. The body is in need of some tlc….there is plenty of crazing, and the paintwork is not the best, but it polishes up to look good from a short distance away. Also included in the sale, is: 1/....a spare bonnet, which needs considerable work, but as these are very rare second-hand, it will be a worthwhile project to restore. 2/….a hard-top and mould. These are for a wide-cockpit S4…..I was told that these were made for a New Zealand Lotus 7. It would be quite easy for someone who is a capable fibreglass repairer to make the hardtop narrower to fit. There are no fittings with this hardtop.



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