Lotus 7, Seven, Caterham
Price: US $6,300.00 Item location: Toledo, Ohio, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Lotus
- Model: Super Seven
- Trim: fast
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 10,000
- Engine size: 4age 20valve silver top Toyota
- Drive type: RWD
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Lotus Super SevenThe car is a scratch built car not a Caterham, ikin, r westfield. I do have a full photo library of the build.
It was built by a retired gentleman in Florida from 1999-2003 It is extremely solidly built. He sold it to a gentleman who raced it at road atlanta quite a bit.
I bought it a little over 2 years ago and am the 3rd owner. I drive it on the road periodically, ainly just to work and home but I have taken it to a couple shows and auto crossed it once.
I had it dyno tuned. It puts out about 130hp Toyota 4age 20v silvertop
The rear axle and front spindles are alfa romeo (limited slip rear)
Car has 16" Caterham 5 spoke wheels, nd also comes with 15" caterham prisoner wheels
front fenders are caterham cycle fenders, have a set of matching Caterham rear fenders not yet installed.
doors are Caterham SV doors. There is no top and there are no windshield wipers ( I do have all the stuff to make a top which will go with the car)
Windshield is Lexan
Has Tillet carbon fiber Caterham seats.
Caterham exhaust shield
Bushings in front suspension are poly which I installed when I bought the car.
Aldan eagle adjustable coilover shocks all the way around
Stewart Warner gauges. However speedo is a GPS based unit not a Stewart Warner gauge.
Brakes were replaced with drilled rotors and new pads. Brake fluid was drained and replaced too.
It's a great car and goes like hell. The toyota motor is indestructible. It comes with an spare T50 transmission as well
All in all a great car that will turn heads and go like hell
The paint on the nose and rear fenders was done by previous owner with a spray can so it doesn't look real great in person.
Aluminum on the sides could use some sanding. The car had numbers on it so the outline of the numbers can still be seen.