Lotus 7 / Locost 7 / Super Sevenwith Yamaha R1 Power

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Lotus
Model:Super Seven
Year:1960
Type:Roadster
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Daytona Blue
Mileage:6
Transmission:Manual
Interior Color:Black
Engine:1000 ccYamaha R1
Trim:Custom
Number of Cylinders:4
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Description

This is a newly built Locost 7 / Lotus 7 / Lotus Super Seven Replica.
EBAY doesn't like the VIN assigned by SCDMV. Titled in SC as a 2014 Lotus 7 roadster
It is a standard book frame built of 1" square tubing, fully mig welded and skinned in aluminum. I painted it Daytona Blue Metallic Lacquer on top of 2k primer.
Power comes from a 2000 Yamaha R1 motorcycle engine. Transmission is the Yamaha 6 speed with new wet clutch pack.
The R1 engine puts out over 140 horsepower in stock trim.
Unlike most bike engine cars, this one HAS REVERSE!!! There is a Quaife reverse box in the driveline.
Front suspension is fully adjustable Speedway motors upper control arms connected to Toyota Celica spindles. Carrera Adjustable coilovers and Celica disc brakes complete the package.
Rear suspension is a 4 link setup with Panhard Bar and Carrera fully adjustable coilover shocks. Toyota Celica live axle with 3.70 posi gear set.
Steering is with an Appleton quick ratio manual rack.
You can adjust the suspension easily for road or track and fine tune it to your driving style.
Wheels and tires are Celica aluminum rims with Yokohama rubber. Also comes with a set of Toyota steelies with a good but old set of tires that you can turn into black marks and smoke.
This car went through the LENGTHY process of getting an assigned serial number, having DMV review my build log, and a final safety inspection by a DMV agent. I sign the title over to you and you're good to go.
I have tons of pictures from the build process on my builders log at Locost USA. and on my facebook Locost 7 Builders page

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