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    Default 2004 Superformance S1 for sale

    2004 Superformance S1 (#53 of 56) - Asking price lowered to $22,000.

    This is a factory-made replica of a 1965 Lotus 7; made by Superformance, the same factory that makes Cobra’s under Shelby license. It is titled as a 1965 Lotus 7.

    Condition: Excellent
    Mileage: 4,468 (miles may increase)
    Asking price: $22,000. USD

    I’m the 3rdowner of S1 #53. It is in excellent condition. I’ve more than doubled the miles on it since I purchased it about 5 years ago. It has the normal rock chips on the nose and fenders. There’s a small-ish scratch in the silver paint low on the right side from some road debris and a couple of small scratches on the hood; I tried to capture them in the photographs, but failed as they are slight. Overall, it shows well and it is a very good and very clean example of an S1. I have done regular maintenance on #53 and have made repairs as needed.

    #53 has a mildly built 2.0 Zetec: forged crank, rods and pistons, mild performance cam, headers and Webcon fuel injection;. It has Willwood brakes and a Willwood adjustable pedal box. It comes with the stock wheels as well as the nice set of black wheels shown in the pictures. It has Willan’s 4-point seat belts and a quick release steering wheel.

    Specifications claim it weighs approx. 1400 pounds and the dyno sheet shows 184 HP at the crank.

    It comes with:
    - removable doors with carbon fiber mirrors
    - a soft top in its own bag; the bag fits in the trunk/boot with room left over for small travel or shopping bags
    - I’ve never driven with the top on… nor have I driven it in the rain
    - set of 4 stock wheels and original tires
    - Lotus labeled shoulder belt pads

    This vehicle is located a half-hour north of Austin, TX (zip code 78642). If you are up for a bit of an adventure, a fly-n-drive, in appropriate weather, could be a good time. I wouldn’t hesitate to drive it across several states and I have done so in the past.

    As of today #53 has (a bit over) 4,468 miles. Miles will continue to increase. The original invoice for this car totaled $44,000. Asking $22,000 / OBO.

    Thanks for your interest,
    Don

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    Links to additional pictures, documents and manuals on request.



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    Last edited by dhubbard422; 01-19-2019 at 11:18 AM.

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    Price lowered to $22K / OBO. While I've really enjoyed driving this 7, it's time to move on to a different toy and I need the parking space.

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    Hello, I am new to the forum. If the car is still for sale (noticed 01.19.19 posting) please let me know how to contact you. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAP View Post
    Hello, I am new to the forum. If the car is still for sale (noticed 01.19.19 posting) please let me know how to contact you. Thank you.
    ...


    Thanks for your interest,
    Don

    call / text - please text prior to calling (five 1 two) 5seven6-82nine5
    Time Zone is CST
    2001 Caterham Superlight R

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    Hello, Yes, my 7 is available. And my cell phone number is in this thread. Please text first and mention that you are interested in the 7 or just call and leave a voice message and I'll get back to you. If you prefer, send me a PM (private message) via this forum by clicking on my user name at the top of this thread.

    Thanks,
    Don

    call or text: (five 1 two) 5seven6-82nine5
    Last edited by dhubbard422; 01-26-2019 at 11:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAP View Post
    Hello, I am new to the forum. If the car is still for sale (noticed 01.19.19 posting) please let me know how to contact you. Thank you.
    I sent you a PM. My contact info should be in your inbox.
    Thanks, Don

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    Looks good, can you post the dyno stats?
    Thanks

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    I own #22 and paid nearly as much for a heavily auto-crossed unit with a rotary engine that was nothing like smooth at the time. This one is one of the last made if mot the last and would have all the upgrades, and is nearly new condition. It is tempting to upgrade and a cross- country drive in a S1 would be quite comfortable. john

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikker View Post
    Looks good, can you post the dyno stats?
    Thanks
    Dyno sheet:
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    Very good dyno #'s for a stock Zetec. Not that much less than my SVT (hp 155, torque 143).
    '97 Caterham Super Sprint, 1700 Crossflow-sold
    '09 Birkin S3, Duratec-sold
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