Lotus Seven Replicas & Caterham 7

1973 to 2013

Lotus Seven Replicas & Caterham 7
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Format: Trade Paperback , 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781845844868
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Packed with good advice on how to find and maintain a Lotus Seven, Caterham Seven or a Seven replica. From running costs, through paperwork, vital statistics, and valuation, this book shows you exactly what to look for when examining one of these cars as a potential purchase. Includes detailed descriptions of all the individual models and foibles to be aware of, a comprehensive condition checklist including photos of key areas to check. Also includes info on key specifications and useful upgrades that will enable one of these classic machines to be used on a regular basis, plus details of the Seven community - in fact, everything you need to buy the car of your dreams.

The author

Rob Hawkins has been a professional motoring journalist and photographer since 1993, supplying a range of features to various car magazines. He has always had a passion for classic camper vans and after buying his own VW Bay Window Van in 2010, he made his own interior, fitting and testing a variety of popular accessories and equipment. The results of his work are outlined in detail in this book, showing the work involved and the problems that can arise.

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Specs

Format: Trade Paperback , 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781845844868
Illustrations: 119 photos
Size: 5.47 in x 7.68 in / 139 mm x 195 mm
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