This Lotus is believed to be 1 of about 50 cars converted from an S4 to a Sprint specification at the Lotus factory itself. It has done 68000 miles on the same gearbox and engine; recently undergoing a full suspension and brake rebuild. The cars that were converted would appear to be from cars parked up at Hethel awaiting dispatch to dealers from around 1970 onward. It is also possible some of the more vocal dealers returned their dormant SE S4s to the factory for conversion.
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We have faith in what we do.... This bonnet belongs to a 1979 Volkswagen Cabriolet. It was just one stage of a restoration on the whole car taking 9 months to complete. The paint is Epilogue Triple Black and was applied in our very own spray booth. The boot section was a bit more tricky; Car enthusiasts will appreciate how difficult it can be to spray grilled sections or uneven Topography in the bodywork. Close attention is paid to the hinges, moving elements, or male/female