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Late 1998 Lotus Esprit GT3

Protech adjustable dampers
Polybushed rear
PUK Esprit #11 ECU
Bailey BOV
PNM decat pipe + replacement cat for MOTs 
Stainless single exit performance exhaust (retains original GT3 LH exit) + original GT3 exhaust
Silicone engine hoses
Braided brake and clutch pipe (no ‘red hose’ clutch issue)
EBC Yellowstuff front
EBC Greenstuff rear
H&R Magnesium alloy wheel spacers, rear
Electric chargecooler pump
Ramair mod
Headlight mod
Alloy cabin controls
Alloy pedals
Alloy instrument surround
Rare GT3 sports seats; recovered by Nick Fulcher, colour coded backs
Later V8 dash/interior
New ABS module fitted 2011
Cambelt 07/2011
Full service history (Christopher Neil, Paul Matty, Lakeside)
Removable sunroof
Air conditioning
Sony head unit with iPod and USB connectivity

Metallic Spice Yellow (Mustard), black interior with alcantara seats and roof lining
Rear valance colour coded
43K miles
Garaged with accumate connector

Bought this 2.5 years ago from Scott Walkers – best car I’ve owned.  It hasn’t put a foot wrong, but since having another child I’m sadly making very little use of it.

Some may recognise this as the ‘Le Mans 2013 AA van’…

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It does seem pretty pointless when there's plenty of room in the engine bay (and it should be as low as possible!)...



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It's not a thing of beauty is it, but the wiring is almost as interesting.




There is actually sufficient space inside the former fuse box (that has been tapped through) to mount the pump invisibly, on the GT3 there is only a vacuum servo in there.

In the garage no-one can hear you scream 

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Guys, thanks for the constructive comments towards the sale of my otherwise impeccable car - much appreciated...


Just to be clear, I was assured by Scott Walker when I bought the car that this sensible modification was both safe and perfectly functional, qualified also by Max at Lakeside.  Agree it's not the most aesthetically pleasing solution but performs it's purpose well, nonetheless.




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