Elise SC Jim Clark

Elise SC Jim Clark

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alvington89

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179 months

foo76

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63 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Now the proud owner of 007 smile

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Gad-Westy

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Wednesday 17th June
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foo76 said:
Now the proud owner of 007 smile

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Nice!

Photos.

Immediately.

smile

Ferodocastrol

4,520 posts

182 months

Thursday 18th June
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Re: how many Elise SC JC Type 25 are on Pistonheads?

Lotus produced x 25sc JC UK cars each numbered 1-25, but.......................
Lotus also built x 25 for Europe, x 25 for the USA etc, etc.

My car is no.20 (UK) that has been claimed on this thread, it's European.



Edited by Ferodocastrol on Thursday 18th June 12:45

Leggy

918 posts

179 months

Friday 19th June
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One less in the UK, mine went to France about 3 years.
Still miss it.

tonyg58

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156 months

Sunday 21st June
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I spoke to Craig Moncrieff (he was at Edinburgh Lotus at the time) many years ago (2013 approx)
IIRC he said there was at least one that had been written off and there would not have been a number 13.

foo76

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63 months

Friday 26th June
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No. 007. Absolutely love it.


Ferodocastrol

4,520 posts

182 months

Saturday 27th June
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Congrats, It looks a clean example, I've had mine for 11 years now. Where was the pic taken?

foo76

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63 months

Saturday 27th June
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@Ferodocastrol Photo was taken last night at Shuttleworth House

https://www.shuttleworth.org/shuttleworth-house/