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Monday, October 4, 2010

1972 Lotus Europa Twin Cam

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Registration Number: KMF 849K Chassis Number: 72041512P First registered on 8th May 1972, chassis 72041512P was completed in the ultra desirable period shade of L13 Pistachio lime green. After seven years in hibernation, the car was recommissioned throughout 2009 and into 2010 with the following new parts supplied: stainless steel exhaust, steering rack, tinted windscreen and trim, crash pad, demister grilles, dashboard end brackets, centre console, complete headlight units and fixings, calliper overhaul kits, top wishbone spindles, wheel bearings, master cylinder, track rod ends, flexible copper brake pipes, water pump and gasket set. At the same time all glass was removed from the body shell along with the interior, bumpers, lighting and chrome and the shell repainted back into its original shade of Pistachio lime green. The complete interior was sent to and re-upholstered by specialist trimmers Weavers of Withington, Herefordshire. Since the completion of this work, the car has also been treated to new adjustable AVO springs and dampers all round, a new AP Racing clutch and a full service. Presented in generally very good condition throughout, new twin Spyder fuel tanks were fitted back in 1991. It is offered with an extensive history file, MoT certificate valid until February 2010 and UK road tax exemption. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a sought after Twin Cam Europa (with all the electrics working!) finished in perhaps the best possible colour.

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12 comments:

  1. I really appreciate you for all the valuable information that you are providing us through your blog.

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  2. Nice one! This is a real beauty.

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  3. Thanks for this review! I really love this because I myself likes cars and reviews. I will surely put this on my bucket list. :)

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  4. Pistachio lime green color for a car? Still yummy, for a classic car at that! It's cool that the car was fully restored. The owner must have been so delighted when he purchased this car. Classic cars never fail to bring the aficionado in every car buyer, whenever they see them on the dealership, don't they?

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  5. Cute one. I liked it. I keep in mind and I will buy one from Used cars

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  6. Hi, My name is Brian and I'd like to speak with you about your blog, please email me at your earliest convenience.

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  7. Very classy and fast car, my dad used to have. We had 1973 model

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  8. A very classy car with a very good performance

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  9. Looks very similar to the Lamborghini Miura

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  10. Never seen pistachio lime green on a car before, but I'm loving it! Looks a beautiful ride

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  11. I will keep your new article. I really enjoyed reading this post, thanks for sharing.

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