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This Exige S LF1 is one of 81 special edition cars produced to celebrate the success of the Lotus Formula One team.  Each numbered vehicle represents one of the teams 81 race wins – this car is #14, which the carbon fibre plaque details is the 1963 Mexican Grand Prix, which was won by Jim Clark in the iconic Type 25.

Having covered just 5500 miles, and with one previous owner, the stunning LF1 metallic black paint, with red and gold accents, reflects the excellent overall condition of the car.

First registered in October 2014, the vehicle has been correctly maintained, with a documented Lotus service history.

All LF1 special edition cars featured the race and premium packs as standard, including exclusive seat embroidery, and black with gold stitching throughout the leather interior.

In addition to the standard LF1 specification, this particular car is fitted with the Komo-Tec EX430 performance upgrade.  This includes optimised exhaust manifolds and sports cat, upgraded supercharger pulley, carbon fibre air intake, and optimised ECU remap, to deliver approx 425bhp and 345lb/ft.  This gives the car a unique performance and styling combination.

Please note that the car is awaiting final preparation.  Advertised on behalf of a customer, viewing strictly by appointment with Hangar 111, please contact us to arrange.

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