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1967 Lotus Super Seven

Condition: Used
Make: Lotus
Model: Super Seven
Type: Convertible
Year: 1967
Mileage: 14000
Color: Black
Engine: 1.5L
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Arlington, Texas, United States

Description for Lotus Super Seven 1967

The good:2005 Assembled Vehicle (Birkin S2) VINAE9B1RK1NW1AB104514k miles since buildYokohama S-Drive tires (195/50-15 front, 205/50-15 rear) with less than 500 milesKosei K1 wheelsDatsun A-15 w/fresh ported & polished A-12 head (200 miles on head, 4k miles on bottom end)Ceramic coated combustion chambersCeramic coated valvesCeramic coated exhaust and intake portsNissan Comp triple valve springsBProjects rocker spacersBRE/Interpart A-12 single DCOE manifold with 40 DCOE Weber carb and K&N filterCeramic coated A-15 4-port exhaust manifoldSupertrapp mufflerMishimoto aluminum radiator w/electric fan10 pound light weight flywheelCenterforce clutchB310 5-speed transmissionMiata-sized AGM batteryCompact one-wire alternatorUnder hood battery isolator/cutoff switchHot Rod Wires fuse box & wiring harnessLED park, turn, & brake lightsCity light headlights (with city lights wired as park lights)Wolo air hornsAutometer Sportcomp gauges (speedo, tach, oil pressure, water temp, amps, & fuel level)Four-point camlock harnesses for driver & passengerSmiley's quick release on Birkin steering wheelAppleton quick ratio steering rack4 wheel disc brakes w/dual master cylinders for bias adjustmentFully independent double A-arm front suspension w/coil-over shocks4-link live axle rear suspension w/Panhard bar & coil-over shocks10 gallon fuel cellSummit Racing rotor/vane electric fuel pump w/hidden switchCustom tonneau cover, and custom Birkini topPegasus Racing formula car mirrors
The bad: It needs shocks, the windshield has a crack in it, there are a few small rock holes in the passenger floorboard, the paint on the wheels is chipping and needs redoing, the paint on the fenders & nose could stand to be freshened up, alloy body could use a good polish, the hole in hood is a bit too big, the "blister" on the nose for radiator cap clearance is not the prettiest thing around, having LED turn signals means the turn signal flasher doesn't work (needs dummy load) but the hazard flashers do work, and the fuel level gauge reads empty with ~2 gallons still in the tank... which is better than the opposite.
I would describe it as a bit of a rat rod, but it is an absolute blast to drive. It definitely could use some TLC if you want it to be pretty, but it is ready to be enjoyed as is.