Classic Motorsports Car Catcher: Super Seven

Date Mar 10, 2017

Written by Ed Higginbotham

Lotus has been pumping out some of the most elemental sports cars for many decades. And the fourth generation Super Seven is recognized to be on of the best of the bunch. We spotted an unmolested example sporting 17,299 original miles and a striking yellow paint job. Make no mistake, this is an original Lotus can and not one of the multitude of replicas. Streetside Classics is offering it for $22,995.

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Reader comments:

RossD
RossD UltimaDork
Dec. 27, 2016 7:49 a.m.

The S4 will always look a bit off for me. The body style surpassed the chassis style/layout... if that makes sense.

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