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Thread: Ebay and Craigslist ads - Lots of Sevens for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNcoupe View Post
    I understand that too. Im currently shopping for my next fun/track car. Cayman S, Evora 400, M2 Competition, Alfa 4c, of Caterham 360R. I can drive most of those in the rain. The one I cant is a true drivers car with no driver aids which I prefer
    I've never had the hood on my 7 and removed the wipers, so when it rains I drive something mundane. If you want to be one with the pavement add six to get seven.
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    TNc:
    I drove my street legal Cat in the rain all of the time. The full weather kit actually works. Yes, there is a drip here and there but it is nice and cozy all buttoned up inside. Getting in and out with the top up and the "doors" on in the rain IS a bit of a comic adventure. And other vehicles' ability to see your already diminutive car is further obscured by tire spray. But it's doable.
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    I understand the full weather kit but I sure like em with no windshield and would just wear a helmet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNcoupe View Post
    I understand the full weather kit but I sure like em with no windshield and would just wear a helmet.
    This is essentially a 360R or even a 400R. All it needs is the aero piece and maybe a few other small bits and pieces to make it "right" for you. Price will be around ~25,000 when finished. Certainly makes it more reasonable to afford vs the $45k figure. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/20...super-seven-2/
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    Yeah, I saw that one. Would involve a full repaint for me. Yellow is my least favorite color on any car.

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    [QUOTE Yellow is my least favorite color on any car.[/QUOTE]


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    Here is an unusual Super seven.
    No problem with bigger guys fitting I'd assume
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/2010-Lotus-....c100005.m1851

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowss7 View Post
    [QUOTE Yellow is my least favorite color on any car.

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    Yeah, I said it....yellow

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNcoupe View Post
    Yeah, I said it....yellow [/QUOTE]

    Well...there goes the NJMP invite.

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    Too far to drive...plus I can pump my own gas thank you. I'd have to drive past VIR to get there and its the best track Ive ever driven on. If it wasnt 7hrs from home Id run there all the time. Road ATL and Barber are the closest road courses to my house. Not a bad choice in the bunch.

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