1946-1979 Lotus classic cars for sale
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Lotus : Other base coupe 2-door. 1969 Lotus Europa S2
Rancho Palos Verdes, California
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1d 13h 2m
This is a very nice 1969 lotus Europa S2.Type 54 Equipped with Renault 1565 cc Engine. Vehicle VIN; 541578 57700 miles It currently runs and drives and is licensed in CA. I am using this car for shopping and commuting every day. The powertrains (engine, transmission, clutch and brakes) are very good condition. No white smoke from engine. The cooling and charging systems work great. The engine number dose matches the VIN plate and appears to be original to the car. It start essay and very strong with no major leaks or problems. It has a weber two barrel DGV carb. Brake work excellent and are nearly new, parking brake work. The clutch works excellent and the 4 speed gearbox shifts nicely through all gears. (No synchronizer problems) Clutch cable was replaced to new one in this spring. I've replaced the following parts this year. Aluminum Radiator Muffler system (except the exhaust manifold) Clutch cable Head gasket Water pump Water temperature sensor There are no sign of major accident or ...
Lotus : Other Europa Twin Cam 1972 Lotus Europa Rust free Texas car, twin cam
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15d 20h 44m
1972 Lotus Europa This auction is for a 1972 Lotus Europa. The Lotus Europa was built from 1966 through 1975 and was one of the first vehicles to use a mid-engine rear-wheel drive layout. During its production lifespan, around 9,300 examples were produced. Ron Hickman, the directory of Lotus Engineering, produced drawings in 1963. The vehicle sat low and was designed as a replacement for the popular Lotus 7. For 1972, Lotus produced both the Series 2 (with its 1565cc four-cylinder engine) and the Series 3 (also known as the Europea Twin-cam) which had made its debut in 1971. Powering the Series 3 was the same 105 horsepower engine found in the Elan. Top speed was in the neighborhood of 120 mph. New cast alloy wheels were added and the sail panels were slightly lowered, altering the cars appearance. HIGHLIGHTS - 43,673 miles - Rust free Texas car - Just out of 10 year storage - Mid engine - Twin cam - 4-speed transmission - Lots of documentation and manuals TERMS: This auction is in U.S. ...
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