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  1. https://www.thelotusforums.com/latest-news/lotus-cars-news/tlf-passes-1m-annual-visits-lotus-cars-recognise-significant-milestone/ Super chuffed!
    35 points
  2. So after the November lockdown I took a call from Fabrizio Giugiaro the son of Giorgetto and he visited my place to look at the Esprits I had on offer. The car him and his dad was going to buy was heading for there museum in Turin Italy. He chose my fully restored white S1 Great choice !
    27 points
  3. Fathers Day. My gifts from my fiancee's daughter included a Spitfire book, an engraved beer tankard and adoption papers
    21 points
  4. Facing the end of Evora production, I've decided that whilst the Emira will be lovely, the interior electronics is absolutely not my thing. So I've "invested" in trading in my Aquamarine (will miss that colour, not going to lie) NA for one of the last brand-new GT410s. Currently being prepped, PPF-ed and ceramic-coated by Topaz Detailing, will pick up Monday. I love the easier access and the softer suspension, which is really not far off the NAs other-worldly ride. I always thought they'd have to bury me in the blue Evora, but it will be a green one instead! Definitely not the end of the Evora for me.
    20 points
  5. The first ever post was made on what was then 'LEF' Things have changed somewhere! We're very close now to 1,000,000 annual visits and 5,000,000 annual pages served, nuts! Onwards and upwards folks
    20 points
  6. TLF were recently in Hethel to sit down and catch up with Lotus MD Matt Windle. Matt and Lotus Cars have been incredibly busy of late as evidenced by the recent upturn in new content from the company and with the all new Lotus Emira launch just a few days away on the 6th July and being the headliners at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, there’s a lot going on! How do you keep up with this work, what is up and coming from Lotus, what about parts for older cars? These questions and more including suggestions from TLF members are answered and we may have had a glimpse of a new car too, but not everything is for sharing just yet! https://www.thelotusforums.com/latest-news/lotus-cars-news/tlf-interview-lotus-managing-director-matt-windle/
    20 points
  7. Now all finished and fully commissioned ready for John to collect tomorrow. FROM THIS TO THIS THEN THIS Well it was quite an involved repair, it took a bit longer to do with other area's being addressed at the same time . A short test drive and MOT , then off to Northampton Motor Sport to be set up with full GEO and corner balancing .. Then full test drive to confirm everything works as it should something to reflect on ... The new composite roof D
    20 points
  8. Driving home for Christmas.. 😉
    19 points
  9. Today represents a milestone which we never thought we would see back in Nov 2016. It is 5 years to the day since I was diagnosed with incurable stage 4 lung cancer and 3 years, almost to the day, since I was informed that the cancer had spread to the brain, resulting in me having to surrender my driving licence for a 2 year period, subsequently reduced to 1 year. Unfortunately I was informed of the reduction to 1 year the week after I sold my beloved Evora, I just couldn’t face seeing it in the garage and not being able to drive it for 2 years. (Blasted DVLA!😠) The cancer is a very rare form, caused by a mutant gene, (I am a lifetime non smoker) and whilst incurable is treated by drugs which, having initially reduced the size of tumours, is now keeping the cancer stable and so far I am in the fortunate position of remaining reasonably symptom free. I have to give vast amounts of credit to the NHS and, in particular, the oncology team at Ipswich hospital for the impeccable support they have provided in arranging for quarterly scans, (which never changed during the height of the pandemic), gaining access to the drugs for how they have handled the situation over the past 5 years. As my GP keeps saying to me, “forget all the minor adverse stuff, at least you are still here” Long may it continue 🤞🙏
    18 points
  10. I was just about to climb back in my car after filling up with Shell’s finest go-juice yesterday, when a young teenage lad on a BMX skidded to a halt on the other side of the car. He just stared at the car open mouthed and finally said I’ve never seen one of these on the road before. I started by telling him it is a Lotus when he stopped me by saying yes, I know, I’d love a Lotus one day. He then went on to say he wishes he could have shaken Colin Chapmans hand! I was taken aback that such a young lad would even know who Chapman was and the only thing I could think to say was, yes, so do I. He wanted to look around the car, so I showed him everything and told him all about the specs. I could see he was longing to sit in it, but didn’t like to ask. He looked clean 😆 so of course I let him jump behind the wheel and the look of shear joy on his face as he gently stroked various surfaces was great to watch. Seems there is hope for the younger generation after all! 👌😁
    18 points
  11. Hey everyone, Thought I'd share some images having been playing around in Photoshop with the paint samples, big thanks to Tom and everyone else for posting millions of pictures. Let me know if you think any are way out, although I've matched the colours from the paint samples the 'brightness' of each paint is really just interpretation. Please don't read too much into these, just me having a play about. I've included blue for reference (the paint is unedited), the wheels are blacked out though.
    18 points
  12. Since the Emira launch and me going from “I want one, where do I sign?” to “you know what, I think I’ll just wait a bit”, I’ve deliberately been driving my GT410 at every opportunity. Oh boy am I glad I have as, not having used it much over the last 18 months, I’d kinda forgotten just what great cars they are. The Evora really does do everything I want from a GT/Sports car and, importantly, puts a smile on my face whenever I slide behind the wheel. I actually rather like the interior which, compared to Emira, is quite plain and sparse. I like the fact there is very little in the interior that doesn’t need to be there and, consequently, very little to distract your attention. I almost feel as though the last month or so has been a bit of an epiphany for me. No more will I need to be shackled to the idea of upgrading to the latest offering from Lotus, as I have in the past. So, taking everything into consideration, much as I still love the look of Emira, my GT410 Sport is now going to be a keeper. Besides, I’m fed up with selling cars that several years later suddenly become collectible and worth way more than I sold them for!🙄 So now I’ve said that, just you watch Evora prices plummet, never to return to previous levels!😂
    18 points
  13. Towards the end of last year, I mentioned that my brother’s Maserati Ghibli SS had completed its latest renovation. Anyway, he finally drove it home from the workshop today and here are some photos. It was originally supplied via Bristol Street Motors, Birmingham and I think is 1 of 8 RHD manual SS coupes. It was ordered in this colour with power steering, Powrlok limited slip differential and air-conditioning. The engine is a dry sump all alloy quad cam 4.9 litre V8 developing 335 bhp. The interior is original and hasn’t been restored. I think he paid <£30k when he bought it about 20 years ago. It’s now worth rather more.
    18 points
  14. Hi all. After waiting for nearly a month, I finally collected my Evora Sport 410 from Silverstone. Only had it a couple of days and now the weather has turned to [email protected] Can't wait until the sun comes back
    18 points
  15. Inspired by GrandThriftAuto’s latest video, I thought that I would try and take some aerial photos of my Elite. Despite the slight problem of not having a drone, I was quite pleased with this effort which was taken using my phone whilst hanging out of a bedroom window 😀
    18 points
  16. After having the n/a Sports racer for two years I thought about toying with the idea of moving to a 400, I wanted a manual, quite a few colours that I didn’t want 🙄, and after viewing a car with red leather I decided it wasn’t for me. I realised that I could well be in for a long wait but better than something I wouldn’t be totally happy with. As luck would have it a lovely Blue 400 with just 6k miles came up at Hofmanns, an unaccompanied test drive (due to COVID) confirmed it was for me 😎, the sound of that exhaust is incredible 🤪🤪 Brought it back to the Lake District last week, just cruising on the Motorway back home I’m ashamed to say the average mpg display showed 34.9 mpg 🤫, not sure how accurate that is but I’d be pretty certain that’ll never be repeated again !!! Loving it of course, oh did I mention the exhaust sound 😃
    18 points
  17. ***** In 1993 when I was 50 years old I bought my 1st sports car, a 1990 Lotus Esprit Turbo SE with 15.000 mls on the odo...... I immediately did fell in love with this Lotus and the love remained all those 28 years..... Today, (I hope to become 78 years old in June), I bought and picked up the last new available Evora in the Netherlands and left my Esprit in good hands with the Lotus importer. It was rather difficult to say goodbye and I felt a little sad to leave her. Keeping was no option as I have in my garage room for only one car (and a 1975 Honda Goldwing GL1000 K1 motorbike) while I own 2 more cars (daily drivers)......... When saying goodbye and handing her over I kissed her farewell on the roof and thanked her for all the nice years together. My new Lotus is a Evora GT 410 Sport with IPS .................
    18 points
  18. Answers as promised (sorry for the delay, been moving a muck-heap, spreading and harrowing - payback for last night's excitement): What driving aids/ limiters etc are actually on the car? (I'm hoping minimal) - Contrary to Bibs' post elsewhere, I was categorically told last night that the FE would have adaptive cruise control. Go figure. If they get the homologation done before July the 8th (when the legislation is scheduled to come in to effect, there would be no speed limiter for the V6 FE. They were unsure if this would impact i4 cars (as they would be homologated at a later date in theory), but are looking in to it for me. They did suggest that the date for the legislation might slip, as in their experience they regularly do. When are i4 FE's scheduled to be delivered and what is the time-scale for configs, additional deposits etc? i4 FE Configurator is (at present) scheduled to go live some time in November but, as we already know, they are focussing on V6 Fe's first. 2nd deposits etc will follow the same pattern as those going for the V6. Autumn deliveries. What are the proposed servicing intervals? I got varying answers on this, but 12K miles or annual seemed to be the consensus (although there was some talk of the V6 following the Evora with 9K/ annual. Fixed price servicing. When will factory tours be available again/ available to deposit holders? Spring if all goes according to be plan. There was talk of looking at factory deliveries... Any indication on tyre costs/ tyre wear expectancy? Nothing yet, all mules are running a mix of tires and mostly running on the track so the data would be pretty meaningless right now. In November when the roadgoing "shakedown" cars become available they should start getting this data. When will deposit holders get a test drive? Dealers should be getting their demonstrators late Feb/March (more likely March) The ride for Sport was described to me as very similar to Evora Sport 410 but, as stated elsewhere, it was emphasised that Touring was probably going to be the sweet spot for all but the most committed track gods. They are looking at Service plans. I didn't see the question on the wheel/arches. Sorry. The event last night didn't go to plan (no reveal etc), BUT... the LOTUS staff were on hand and helpful, and obviously - and rightly so - proud of their baby. If someone I was talking to didn't have the answer, they went and grabbed the right person. Chris and the team at Hendy Poole were on hand, and did a great job. The car is stunning. With a bit more time made available to you to look and get as much of a feel for the car as you can without driving it, there is no doubt in my mind that this is a winner of a car. Yes, it's heavier etc. Still felt and looked like a Lotus should. Driver centric, just more useable. I am absolutely delighted.
    17 points
  19. ***** Straight from my heart......!! I lived 28 years (from 50-78 years of age) with my 1990 LHD Esprit Turbo SE.......it was a memorable love story. In April 2021 I traded her in for the last available new "2021" GT 410 Sport IPS in the Netherlands.......there are a total of 3 GT 410 Sport's now in the Netherlands and approx. 20 other new Evora types sold by the Dutch Lotus importer v.d. Kooi between 2010 and 2021. The GT 410 Sport cost you a rib off your body with the resp. official MSRP's of GBP 155k in 2018 and GBP 137k in 2019. I felt lucky to step in with a that time GBP 7,65k reduced price of GBP 118,5k......for my Esprit I received GBP 32k. ......a total investment of < GBP100k My Esprit was sold by v.d. Kooi within 1 week for GBP 38.250,- to a Ferrari + TVR owner. 🙄 It was difficult to trade in my perfect Esprit; especially because of my age and long time of ownership and love relation........however buying my (probably) last Lotus was a real challenge and I did it. I am very, very happy with the GT 410.....it is extremely exclusive in the Netherlands....it was my 1st "automatic" car with my between 1-1,5 million miles car history.....I feared the IPS, however I had to take it because it was part of the deal......now I am very, very happy with this IPS and his peddels.....I can drive the Evora both as a "man of age" and as a "youngster". I was aware of the coming Emira but felt better with the Evora GT 410 Sport which was the last and most improved version....it felt bombproof......furthermore I did not want to wait 1-2 years and to be confronted eventually with possible initial and small quality problems (sorry). And a Porsche would never be the car I would desire.
    17 points
  20. Lot of relevant comments on this thread for me. I should introduce myself. Had two Elise's between '97-'05 but been yearning for an Evora since launch. In May I was hearing that production was due to stop, so went to spec my perfect new car only to hear "too late". I went for the next best thing, the unused GT410 demonstrator. There was excitement building around the soon to be revealed Emira but I'm a late adopter and preferred to go with the tried and tested. I've been tapped into all Evora reviews for over a decade so felt I knew what I was getting. Besides the Emira had been announced as 2 seats only, so 2+2 Evora still an essential element for family duties. The Emira reveal and subsequent comment that "Evora prices will tumble" had me wondering if I had done the right thing... Yes I think I have. It's everything I hoped it would be dynamically and IMHO looks sublime. It sits in an odd segment space between sports car, GT, and supercar and looks like nothing else. Even petrol head friends ask what is it? The Emira will be a far more common sight and for me is a little too far towards junior supercar. Lotus deserve to be successful with it, but I'm loving having its rare and slightly quirky older brother.
    17 points
  21. Today the Club Lotus (Bucks, Berks, and Oxon area) held its annual concourse competition at a big (100+ cars) classic car show. I took the Essex all polished up but didn't win anything (despite being in a class of just two cars..) but 10 minutes later the car show organisers announced the Classic Car of the Show and now I'm chuffed to bits.
    17 points
  22. So rather dirty (just how I like 'em) Evora is sitting in the car park of a park whilst I'm sat on a bench in the sun nearby on yet another bloody conference call with work (yeah, the mum's in the park probably had me marked down as some sort of an evil paedo - ho hum!). Boy of about 6 see's my car, runs over to it dragging his 6ft 17 stone plus Dad with him - only mention it as it was funny to see, maybe you had to be there..... Anyway he is all over the car, running around it shouting wowwww and phwoarrr but keeping a safe distance from it. Then he goes over to the front wheel arch and gives it a gentle stroke over the top of the body where it curves up for the wheel. Right, that was it. WTF I thought! So I put myself on mute (on the phone, not me personally), jumped up and shouted "Oi" - quick as a flash the little brat swings around - "fancy a sit in it mate" I shouts! His little eyes nearly popped out of his head and his smile cracked his face to pieces. Blip blip and the door is opened and in he clambers! Dad looking at me a bit sheepishly says "sorry he is mad about cars". No problem I says, take as long as he wants. Take some pictures of him driving it. No problem pal. Next minute he's popping the buttons and the petrol flap springs up and he's reaching up, lifting up the carbon whale tail (yes, they really are that light and with no gas struts) and all I can hear is "corrrrrrrr, dad, look at the engine". Well 20 minutes later and I'm still on the conference call. Little lad has finished his forensic inspection of the car (including crawling underneath it!) and he comes running right up. Massive beam on his face. Eyes still on stalks. "Thanks Mister, what a car. Lovely car that. it's a Lotus isn't it" I smile back, nod and off he skips both him and his dad beaming away and a big thumbs up from the dad too. Sort of brings you back down to earth as to just how lucky we are to be able to caretake a Lotus and just how much love there is still out there for nice motors. Well lad and dad had their day made. But I also have to admit it made my bloody day as well seeing such a young lad so happy.
    17 points
  23. Just thought I’d pop in with a quick update now my evora has finally been delivered! It was the GT410sport in military grey previously mentioned on here. I sold my exige cup to buy it as I wanted something I could hopefully get my 6 and 9 year old in the back of and hope to use it more. anyways, they fit in it a treat and love it. What a car! It’s exactly what I was looking for in a car, absolutely awesome. I don’t imagine I will ever get tired of that noise either!! IMG_4893.MP4 IMG_4896.MOV
    17 points
  24. Having slept on it, I have to get this off my chest........ Regardless of the regulations, for me this shows what an abject hypocrite Horner is. He repeatedly demands 'let them race' but can't acknowledge that's exactly what Hamilton did. Notwithstanding the first lap incident he spent 50 laps building his lead, his team managing the pit stop strategy, he managing his tyres. A key part of racing is safely negotiating back markers, who themselves are fighting for position. Hamilton did this cleanly and with little fuss. He built a 12 second lead over Verstappen and for good measure put 5 back markers between them, with just a few laps to go. Horner admitted that the Mercedes was just to quick for them and they would need a miracle to get back on even terms. As he's done many times, Hamilton's raw speed and race craft put him in an unassailable position, building his lead over an entire race. If that's not racing then I don't know what is. Then the accident and safety car. The message went out that no drivers would be allowed to unlap themselves. That decision dictated Mercedes strategy for the final laps, leaving Hamilton out as he would lose track position. RBRs last throw of the dice was to put the softs on 'just in case' that miracle happened. Then Horner got on the phone to Massi, imploring him to get the lapped drivers out of the way so the two drivers 'could race'. When Massi buckled and changed his mind, he reduced 58 laps, the race and indeed the whole season to a one lap shoot out that RBR were certain to win. Everything Mercedes and Hamilton had done for the previous 50 laps was thrown out, the slate wiped clean. Its no wonder Wolff reacted the way he did. The decisions made by Massi clearly favoured RBR, ignoring or misrepresenting the regulations along the way. This is clearly evidenced by not letting the other three drivers unlap themselves before the restart, so they 'could go racing' as well. Sainz didn't get a chance to have a go at Verstappen, Tsnoda didn't get a chance to have a go at Sainz and Bottas couldn't go after Tsonda. No, only Max benefitted from Massi's ineptitude and in my view, his collusion with RBR. The excuse of there being only one lap left so he had to pull the safety car in at that point to allow them to go racing - "it's a motor race Toto" - is pathetic; the rules were bent/ignored to ensure it didn't finish under the the safety car, which, whilst unedifying, should have been the way it finished, according to the regulations (even though the accident had been cleared. I wonder if Liberty Media put pressure on Massi to ensure we got a different champion? Now Horner is saying Mercedes are desperate with their protests and appeals, that Max won fairly. This is hypocrisy of the highest order and one of the worst crimes against the 'spirit' of motor racing I've seen in 40 years of watching F1, up there with Schumacher taking Hill out and Senna shunting Prost off. I've got no problem with Max wining the title, either driver deserved it. Neither do I have a problem with him capitalising on the decisions made. The guilty parties here are Horner, RBR, Massi and the stewards. And for me, rather than the race itself, I'll remember how gracious Lewis and also his Dad were in defeat. What an utter gentleman. And breathe......
    16 points
  25. I liked the "Phil's spec" Evora so much, I've just bought one. Wanted something as soft as the NA but with the performance/interior of the S2s and the GT410 delivers that in spades. Seems much quieter (NVH-wise) too. Will be picking up on Monday (currently being prepped /PPF-ed at Topaz Detailing).
    16 points
  26. Some of the dozen or so Esprit that showed up for the Lotus Owners Gathering in Salt Lake City Utah last weekend
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  27. Serious Days – 400 km Nordschleife and 400 km Spa – and the limit was not the car!
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  28. I got my 2021 Evora GT today, my first Lotus! Essex Blue:
    16 points
  29. Just left the S1 in good company on the Cartier lawn at Goodwood - the theme is wedges of course 😂
    16 points
  30. At last body is now looking like new again.
    15 points
  31. A little jaunt down the Wye to Tintern for a spot of lunch with my youngest daughter. Just ticked over 95k miles, still goes like the clappers, still loving every second of driving the Esprit.
    15 points
  32. I ran across a deal earlier this year that I couldn't pass up. I've liked Esprits ever since I was a kid, but never really expected to own one (or two). But I always keep an eye out for interesting project cars so I went to check out a cheap 1978 Elite from Craigslist in West Virginia. I passed on the Elite, but in the garage they had a black S1 Esprit with the engine removed and a pile of parts that supposedly used to be a white S1. It took me three or four trips with my trailer to get everything back to my shop, but with the direction prices on old sports cars have been going, I thought this might be my last chance to make something like this happen. The previous owner was a member of this board who passed away about 10 years ago and left a lot of unfinished projects. Everything had been sitting untouched since then, until the family started selling off the cars recently. The black car is #278H. Before coming to this side of the country it was a California car where some unfortunate cosmetic choices were made. An S2 splitter was grafted onto the front end, along with side skirts, intake ears, and a louvered rear hatch. I could live with the rest, but the splitter is cracked and falling apart, so I hope it will be possible to restore a proper S1 nose at least. The interior is pretty good, I'm guessing it was redone at the time of the body "upgrades." The drivetrain is where I'll need some guidance from the brain trust here. The previous owner apparently had the idea of putting a turbo motor in the car and a complete '84 turbo motor was included with the car. This does not look like a drop in project to me, and I'm unwilling to modify the shell or chassis, assuming it would even be possible. From browsing the owner's old posts here, he might have abandoned that idea and was in the process of rebuilding the stock 907 with a later HC head, 2.2 crank, overbore pistons, etc. I have all these parts as well. I can put together an engine, but I have never touched a Lotus before. This part of the project will be challenging. The (formerly) white car is #545H. Looks like it might have been one of the last S1s sent to the US? It was a basketcase with restoration work started and stopped over several owners for at least the last 25 years. Also found previous posts from a hopeful new owner here. With luck, I'll get farther than they did. It does appear to be very nearly complete, including a good set of Wolfrace wheels and a new windscreen. It also came with a complete engine, though I don't think it actually came from this car. My initial thought is to put this engine in the black car to get it going while I sort out the situation with the other engines. I'm sure it will be years before 545H is roadworthy. Pictures of what is probably a huge mistake They don't roll well without a gearbox to hold up the suspension. Enough to get it out of the trailer and into the garage though. Paint is in fairly good condition. Suspect it might have been resprayed when the bodywork was added. This atrocity has got to go. Interior isn't bad. Not sure about the new steering wheel, but it's there now. Original is on the passenger seat. The turbo motor and a stock 907 with Dellortos, and my helper. 545H: Someday these two will be together again. The disassembled hot rod 907 motor. He obviously spent a lot of time on everything. I hope I can finish his work. So many Lotus parts... Looking forward to being a member of the Lotus community. I'm located in northeast Ohio. I'll have many questions for the experts here as I get deeper into the project this winter, but for now, what the heck is a Series 1 owner supposed to do with a turbo 910 motor? Maybe I need to buy another Esprit to put it in...
    15 points
  33. I’ve just sold my 91 964 Turbo after nearly 10 years of ownership and have ordered an Exige 420 FE. Will be one of the last built apparently, December I’m told, with delivery to NZ in the NY. Know very little about these machines but drove a 390 last week and loved it. Given NZ is the last stop on the line, didn’t have much choice in options but pretty happy with where I’ve landed: essex blue, yellow calipers, black wheels, alcantara sills and steering wheel, carbon roof, carbon diffuser, lightweight battery, kill switch and extinguisher, full carpets, cruise control (not sure if this is of use). Standby for stupid questions. Exige 7 Giltrap 420 Blue.pdf
    15 points
  34. Well good news, it was found last night! In Medina, which is about 10 miles from where I live. Stuck at a roundabout just off I-90. Just talked to the tow company who impounded it and they said it's undrivable. Clutch pedal won't depress and the e-brake is shot. My guess is that whoever stole it didn't know how to disengage the e-brake and as such didn't get very far. So maybe that's a little unintentional security measure for Esprits?!! Now waiting for my insurance to get back to me (probably tomorrow as I'm writing this on Sunday) to figure out next steps. Fortunately I have full coverage so repair costs should be covered minus the deductible. I'll keep you all posted. Thanks for the well wishes!
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  35. Set off without my phone so parked across my drive to go in house to get it .. going back to my car with phone in hand I thought "Wow, what a great looking car I drive .." See Page 1 of this thread for it's first appearance ... ..
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  36. I’m a very happy bunny today!
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  37. Her name is "Electric Blue" and she is my first Lotus car. It was love at first sight, just had to take her home. She fits perfectly next to her italian and german buddy in the garage.
    15 points
  38. Some b&w snaps from a tour round the factory at an open day - my records think the was 1977. I used both b&w film and some colour neg - but the colours ones were not great indoors.
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  39. I had a new Evora Sport 410 on a 50/50 deal. It took some extreme man maths to make the case and I justified it as ‘you only live once‘! I had a great time in the car and loved every minute but had to sell it when the other 50% needed repaying. Given the whole COVID thing I am having another ‘you only live once’ bout of man maths and after considering getting a Porsche Boxster GTS or an Exige 350 I have gone for another Evora Sport 410. In fact it’s the same Evora as I owned before. So, 4 owners but my twice. Should be getting delivery on Friday from Lotus Silverstone. Can’t wait to get it back even though I won’t be able to enjoy it until the restrictions relax. It will be a track car and GT car and (as far as I am concerned) there isn’t a better car on the market. Who cares about posh switchgear and modern infotainment; It’s the drive that counts. Hope you all get chance to give your cars some exercise soon.
    15 points
  40. Greetings from the states everyone. Here is a few shots of my 523 in Red Rocks Park in Colorado. We have sun year round here, so even after a little snow the roads clear. Lots of twisty mountain roads to enjoy.
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  41. Coming up to 25 years old and still looking almost like new
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