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Lotus Type 37
Another favourite car of mine is the Lotus Components Limited - Type 37, variously known as the ‘Three Seven’, and ‘Three 7’
How the Seven came to be?
The First Official Twin-Cam Engined Seven in 1965
Did Lotus accomplish this feat years before they officially stated that it couldn’t be done, or is there a reasonable explanation why it didn’t actually happen at this time?
Lotus Seven Series 2 and 3 Dampers (Shocks) and Springs
Needing some new dampers and springs for my Series 3 Seven, I checked on-line for options and this is what I found.
The Standard Triumph Steering Rack For The Lotus Seven
Specifications And Assembly Advice.
Bronze Welding Rods
Suitable for Repair on your Lotus
News From Lotus England (circa 1964)
Colin Chapman B.Sc. Chairman
F.R. Bushel A.C.A. Managing Director -- The Board of Directors -- Lotus in Export Markets -- Lotus factories
The Twincam SS
Press photo courtesy of John Robinson
Development of the Series IV Seven
The story as told by John Robinson
The Series IV Clubman De-Dion Car
History and Restoration
August 2017: The 7X on Public Show!
As gleaned from Barry Foley and John Robinson.
As told by Barry Flegg and Dave Walden and currently under restoration by Richard McArthur
Lotus Seven Parts and Repair Notes
Something to learn from?
Lotus Seven Parts Suppliers List
Where in the world to find Lotus Seven Parts!
Holbay Engineering and the Lotus Connection
An interview with the Founder's Son
August 2017, with credit to Cars and Car Conversions magazine (UK)