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Thread: For Sale: Ultralite S2k , also a 7X14 enclosed trailer

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    Default For Sale: Ultralite S2k , also a 7X14 enclosed trailer

    SOLD on 8/29/2017

    For Sale:
    2004 World Class Motorsports “Ultralite S2k”, Lotus 7 replica.
    This car is licensed in Missouri as a 1968 Lotus, is located in suburban St. Louis, Mo, and I am asking $25,700.
    I am selling it to concentrate on my other hobbies. It is in excellent condition, has no problems, and is ready to go. I recently changed the oil and filter, replaced the ebrake pads, and bled the brakes and clutch. Just buy it, start it and drive it.

    It is powered by the Honda S2000 engine and 6-speed gearbox, so it has that solid Honda reliability. Weighing in at 1420 pounds wet, with the 240 hp at 9000rpm, it is very fast, and turns a 12.69 quarter mile on street tires. I assembled this car from a kit in 2004. The car has 11,750 miles on the odometer, and the 2003 2.0 liter Honda engine (and transmission) had only 1751 miles when it was installed. The I” square tube frame was jig welded by the factory, and they also installed the exterior sheet metal and painted it. The frame is powder coated, the sheet metal is all aluminum and the hood is fiberglass. The color is 2004 Mustang "Screaming Yellow" color code D6

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    The power is put down via the Honda 6 speed transmission, through a 4.44:1 Subaru limited slip differential, Subaru half shafts and uprights, and the rear wheels are 8.0 wide SSR forged aluminum wheels with Falken Azenis 245/45 R17 RT615K tires. The tires have about 1000 miles on them. The IRS rear suspension features a 10-link design, with QA1 shocks and 300 #/in coil over springs.
    The front end has 225/45/R17 Falkens on 7.5 wide SSR rims, with QA1 shocks and 400 #/in coil springs. The steering rack is from an MGB, and the brakes are 12” diameter Wilwoods front and rear, with 4 pad Wilwood Dynalite calipers and a brake bias valve to adjust the rear brakes. The Wilwood dual master cylinders and clutch cylinder are adjustable for your leg length. All suspension points are fitted with Heim joint rod ends, no rubber bushings, it’s all metal to metal, like a race car.

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    With wiring and brake covers in place. Wiring before covering, all wires are labeled.

    The driver’s seat is 18” wide, and the passenger seat is 16” wide, substantially wider than a typical Seven, giving lots of room. These are 20-degree layback Ultrashield Pro Drag seats with the headrest shortened, with cloth seat covers. The car is wide with no cramping of the feet in the pedal box. You can wear street shoes and drive it OK. The passenger area is insulated with foil backed fiberglass around the foot box and sidewalls. The exhaust is on the right side with a catalytic converter and front & rear O2 sensors so the computer sees normal conditions.

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    The seat belts are from Ultrashield, and have lap , shoulder, and crotch belts.

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    It has full instrumentation, speedo, tach, oil, water, fuel, voltage, and a shift light just below the driver’s windscreen. The gauges are Auto Meter Pro-Comps, and the buttons on the right are circuit breakers rather than fuses. It also has a tonneau, which will cover the cockpit at night when you are traveling. There is a plenty of trunk space, where you can pack a couple of soft bags, and the 13-gallon fuel tank gives a lot of range. Take it on a trip. Like to the Tail of the Dragon.

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    Here is a link to an article published about the car, which was the cover of the September 2005 Kit Car Magazine. I have a copy for the buyer.

    http://www.hotrod.com/articles/0509k...e-s2k-kit-car/

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    Here are a couple of build pics to show the engine and construction.

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    I also have this trailer for sale;

    I bought this trailer to take my Ultralite to events. It is a 2004 Haulmark Kodiak 7 X 14, with rear ramp with 16” ramp extension, tandem 3500# Torflex axles with electric brakes, and with a 10,000 # weight transfer hitch with ball and shank to fit a 2” hitch socket. The trailer is set up for the Ultralite with 4 tiedown points in the floor, the ratchet straps (wider than the ones in the pic), spare wheel &tire, hydraulic jack, lug wrench, 5-gallon gas can and ramps to place under the tailgate to keep the oil pan from hitting as it enters the trailer.

    I am asking $2000 for the trailer, and I will not sell it until the Ultralite is sold, and the Ultralite buyer has first right of refusal on the trailer.

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    So there it is, If you need more info, or pics of other parts of the car, let me know. Or show up with your tow vehicle and cash, and take it all away.

    Contact info;

    Jerry Eddens

    geddens at charter dot net

    314-602-5666
    Last edited by powderbrake; 08-30-2017 at 09:16 AM.
    Jerry

    WCM Ultralite S2K (Sold 8/17)

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    OMG! Jerry - you are selling out? You are one of the originals - you can't leave!
    Mike
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    Mike;
    Yes, it's true, I am selling, but I will lurk around afterwards in case you guys need some supervision.

    I am 80 now, and while I seldom if ever have to work on the car, it is not as easy as it once was to get down on the floor. Actually it's not too bad getting down, it's the UP that is a chore. I proved that last week while bleeding the brake and clutch. I will try to stick to some "sitting down" hobbies.
    Jerry
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    Too bad you're not near me. I'd happily do all the wrenching for occasional use of the car =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan78 View Post
    Too bad you're not near me. I'd happily do all the wrenching for occasional use of the car =)
    OK, you will have to move to St. Louis, but you can use my tools.
    Jerry

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    LOL, I hadn't thought of that option. If only I were still single...

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    Ttt
    Jerry

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    Jerry, I have always felt your Ultalite was the premier build. Your attention to detail is exceptional. It would be great to do at least one more event with you before you put the goggles and driving gloves away. I only hope I can still be playing with my Se7en 7 years from now. You are truly an inspiration and ambassador for the Se7en hobby.
    Somebody will be getting a first class sweet ride when they take delivery.
    Jack
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    Jack;
    Thank you for the kind words.
    I had it out a few days ago, almost sorry I have decided to sell it.
    I like your new ride. No cone scuffs on the wings, you must be very proficient at autocross.
    Jerry
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    Jerry, chassis #21 has not been driven in anger either at a track day or autocross. I generally do a weekly Cars and Coffee cruise in on Saturdays and a Hot Rod Wednesday dinner at a local restaurant in nice weather only. A few local car shows. I have trailered it to two car shows since I bought it in late 2013. Have been building another one for the last 2-1/2 years for a good friend and neighbor. Hope to have it completed early this Summer. This is SuperStalker chassis #106. No used parts on this car. My friend is as fussy as you are. It is a true pleasure to work in this kind of environment.
    Good luck on your sale. Your quoted price is more than fair.
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    Last edited by jbanker; 05-14-2017 at 05:30 PM.
    JBanker
    2003 Stalker V6 with Clamshells (new owner C. Banker now in Maine)
    2009 turbocharged Ecotec SuperStalker
    2009 C6 Corvette Coupe
    1999 Miata MX-5 Classic Red (sold)
    2009 Miata MX-5 Grand Touring Competition Yellow (sold)
    Indy Region SCCA
    CHILL (Club House Indianapolis Lotus Lovers)

    http://www471.pair.com/stalkerv/gall...?g2_itemId=807
    http://www471.pair.com/stalkerv/gall...2_itemId=17181

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