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    new/old caterham dealer - rockymountaincaterham.com

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    Have a linky on me

    http://rockymountaincaterham.com



    Thats great news. Josh is a forum member on here. Jon and Ross are well known for their past involvement with USA Caterhams. Only good things come from this. I genuinely hope they do well.
    Mike
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    Fantastic!

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    It was nice to see the posts on the new Rocky Mountain Caterham operation from others and we thought it was time for the Se7en community to hear it from the horse’s mouth…Drum roll please!

    Josh and Ross Robbins have joined with Jon Nelson in a new venture called Rocky Mountain Caterham which will pick up right where Jon left off five years ago with Caterham USA. With a strong belief in the Seven mystique and thousands of miles in a Seven, the Robbins’ will bring complementary energy and capital to Jon’s years of experience. Together we are looking forward to reenergizing the Caterham brand in the Rocky Mountain West.
    The business will be headquartered in Wheatridge, CO a close suburb of Denver, and will be offering two cars for immediate build, an S3 chassis with a Sigma engine and 5 speed, and a CSR with a Duratec and a 5 speed. We will have attractive introductory pricing on new orders too!

    Rocky Mountain Caterham will have an extensive parts inventory as well so if you are looking for that elusive part, even for a Lotus or other Seven, give us a call or email and you may be surprised that we actually have it. This includes many NOS parts that are no longer available through Caterham itself. Of course, when this stock is gone there won’t be any replenishing, so check with us now if you are on the hunt for something specific. We will have regular resupply of consumables for all Sevens from the stores at Caterham.

    If you have any questions on cars or parts, email us at info@rockymountaincaterham.com

    Josh Robbins, who has posted before on this forum, will be the regular contact point for Rocky Mountain Caterham. My forum name I B Sevener represents the nickname I got for my many trips of over 1,000 miles in my S3 Seven, Iron Butt. Now, I am operating in a support role as is Jon who is travelling extensively in his other job yet remains a walking encyclopedia of Caterham and Seven knowledge.

    Check us out at www.rockymountaincaterham.com. We are excited to be back!

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    Nice for you to have an active representation in the community!

    Is a Zetec > Jenvey ITB's throttle cable something you guys can source? I'm looking for a spare as throttle cables seem to be a rather common problem to encounter in the middle of nowhere.

    Good luck on your ventures! I'm sure I'll be contacting you for other stuff otherwise. Shipping things from UK gets old.
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    Thanks for chiming in Ross! I think you have your first two customers - Vovchandr above and Kitcat in the current "I need a clutch" thread saga. Good luck!
    Mike
    2010 Caterham CSR with Cosworth 2.3 Duratec
    2018 Caterham 420R with 2L Duratec 210hp at Donington UK
    1975 BMW CSL Group 4 (restoration - engine and dry sump install time)
    1977 Holden Torana "A9X" (awaiting restoration)
    1985 Holden Commodore Group A (restoration - engine rebuild)
    1982 Ferrari 400i (will repaint to original color in 2020)
    1965 Ford Mustang Fastback "Holman Moody"
    1992 Ford Escort RS Cosworth WRC (fettling after long period of storage)
    1990 Range Rover 2 door Classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croc View Post
    Thanks for chiming in Ross! I think you have your first two customers - Vovchandr above and Kitcat in the current "I need a clutch" thread saga. Good luck!
    And another customer here: http://www.usa7s.net/vb/showthread.p...-Caterham-310S

    Bruce

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    This is terrific news I have sourced my engine and gearbox from Jon when I built my 7 in 2002 and have since bought many parts and sought advice from Jon. I am glad he is back!

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    Thanks for the welcome to this forum from all who have commented. We are committed to being an active and helpful part of the Sevens community. Vovchandr, Josh is searching for a throttle cable among our spares and will let you know directly if we have one which I think we do. If he cannot find one, I have a solution which I used on my Zetec in my Spyder Plus 2. And thanks to 11Budlite for trusting us with his order of a new 310S. It is a beauty the way he has specified it and will be here at the end of August. Crosses fingers.

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    Croc: I may have been their first official customer as I bought the only uprated rear brake rotor in existence from them 2 months ago. I added a backup pair from Beachman Racing recently, since Caterham had a new supply. Josh has also been very helpful in ID'ing sources for my defunct clutch/flywheel assembly.
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