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Rudi K

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    Rudi Kalveks
  • Car
    Esprit S2 JPS #40
  • Location
    Bucks, UK

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  1. Pleased to see another restoration taking shape. Good luck.
  2. I put Dunlop Sport Classic 205/70 R14 on the rear axle of JPS #40. They have the specified width and profile and seem very nice tyres. Sadly there does not seem to be a matching Dunlop 205/60 R14 for the front axle, so I kept the Nankangs that were fitted by the PO.
  3. Sorry you missed the Bull & Butcher yesterday. Why not propose a date/venue when you will have your Evora back on the road!
  4. Hi Jonny, I am based near Great Missenden, Bucks. Not too far from Oxfordshire! As a first spring session on Saturday 17th April, I would propose the Bull & Butcher at Turville, RG9 6QU, 01491 638 283. As well as the JPS, I am hoping to bring along one or two local classic car enthusiasts plus spouses. Probably arriving around 2 pm. Naturally, the more the merrier, although I am afraid there is not much notice this time. If planning on lunch rather than just drinks, perhaps wise to call the B&B soonest to fix a table, as they have been busy this week.
  5. Are there any proposals for meet ups now that country pubs are finally opening again?
  6. “I have to brake with my left foot, then I can keep my right foot on the gas…” Magic!
  7. Hi Bibs JPS #40 would certainly be up for a run, government rules permitting. Let me know if you would like to discuss further.
  8. JPS #40 had its Speedlines powder coated last year by Esprit Engineering, who used a "specialist paint mix".
  9. Its nice to see that JPS #22 has been smartened up over the last 5 years: https://car-from-uk.com/sale.php?id=859 You can see from the photos that the restoration has shown attention to interior detail (gold speaker grilles, gear knob, panel switches, etc.) and the number plate has been changed from GVF 85T to DLH 393T. Looking good…
  10. The Paul Matty Esprit looks splendid. If you can afford the purchase price, you should be able to keep up with the maintenance while having some fun. Probably safer than money in the bank!
  11. There is a recent related thread… https://www.thelotusforums.com/forums/topic/113230-advice-on-buying-a-v8-esprit/
  12. Guess you have seen @GTK bending his windscreen trim in Soup 14?
  13. Hi Ogi I bought a 1979 S2 Esprit last year with 55,000 miles on the clock and so far so good. The previous owner had it checked over before selling by Geoff Downhill from Esprit Engineering https://espritengineering.co.uk, who specialises in these classic cars. Geoff may be able to advise you regarding inspection before buying, the steps needed to get the car back on the road and a reasonable servicing and contingency budget. You really need to drive an Esprit to check you are comfortable with the cockpit size and the driving experience. If the V8 is not up to being put through
  14. I bought the pair of SEAS-10-F-LG on eBay and they arrived yesterday in good condition. They are now fitted and are an excellent restoration back to the original sound system. Many thanks to @v8vantage for spotting them.
  15. Perhaps speak to Paul Clugston at UK Sportscars. He has a reputation for being able to sell Lotus cars at good prices to good homes. I believe he sometimes works on a commission basis as an alternative to buying/selling as a dealer.
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