1967 Lotus Super Seven S2

Price: Sold

Type: Used
Year: 1967
Make: Lotus
Model: Super Seven S2
Body Style:
Trans: Manual
Engine: Ford Cosworth 1.5L Crossflow
Mileage: 1481
Stock: 1023
VIN: LSB2193
Ext Color: British Racing Green
Int Color: Spartan Black

1967 LOTUS SUPER SEVEN S2 for sale. Motorcar Classics is thrilled to present this road and track ready 1967 Lotus Super Seven S2. This full race, yet street legal sports car is featured in the classic Lotus color of British Racing Green with Yellow wheels and a spartan Black interior. This car was owned by respected racer and brewer, Augie Pabst and is one of two cars that were prepared for racing by a shop in Boulder, CO, for Pabst and his son. Paperwork included with the car show the A. Pabst ownership.
The car runs a dry-sump full-race Ford Cosworth 1.5L crossflow motor with a pair of stonking huge Webers on one side and a four-into-one exhaust on the other side, with no restriction. The car has been made street-legal with the addition of an alternator, headlights, brake lights, turn signals and horn. It is otherwise in competition spec. It has Simpson competition belts and roll bar.
The Lotus Seven is perhaps the simplest and most elemental of sports cars. It was introduced in 1957 as a very low-budget club-racer, and was often found racing on the decommissioned WWII runways of England. Factory built Lotuses are rare. It is estimated that during its life as a Lotus model, 1957-72, only about 2,500 were made. Only a handful of these were Super Sevens, with their dual carbs. Driving this car is a period experience. Much like a four-wheeled motorcycle, nothing unnecessary comes between the driver and the road. It is fast, twitchy, loud, windy, and thrilling to drive, making a mere 70 mph feel like 200 mph! This car has been enthusiast-owned and well-sorted. The condition, rarity, and provenance make this Lotus a great value. Not for the faint of heart! Show, race or tour with pride.

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1967 LOTUS SUPER SEVEN S2 for sale. Motorcar Classics is thrilled to present this road and track ready 1967 Lotus Super Seven S2. This full race, yet street legal sports car is featured in the classic Lotus color of British Racing Green with Yellow wheels and a spartan Black interior. This car was owned by respected racer and brewer, Augie Pabst and is one of two cars that were prepared for racing by a shop in Boulder, CO, for Pabst and his son. Paperwork included with the car show the A. Pabst ownership.
The car runs a dry-sump full-race Ford Cosworth 1.5L crossflow motor with a pair of stonking huge Webers on one side and a four-into-one exhaust on the other side, with no restriction. The car has been made street-legal with the addition of an alternator, headlights, brake lights, turn signals and horn. It is otherwise in competition spec. It has Simpson competition belts and roll bar.
The Lotus Seven is perhaps the simplest and most elemental of sports cars. It was introduced in 1957 as a very low-budget club-racer, and was often found racing on the decommissioned WWII runways of England. Factory built Lotuses are rare. It is estimated that during its life as a Lotus model, 1957-72, only about 2,500 were made. Only a handful of these were Super Sevens, with their dual carbs. Driving this car is a period experience. Much like a four-wheeled motorcycle, nothing unnecessary comes between the driver and the road. It is fast, twitchy, loud, windy, and thrilling to drive, making a mere 70 mph feel like 200 mph! This car has been enthusiast-owned and well-sorted. The condition, rarity, and provenance make this Lotus a great value. Not for the faint of heart! Show, race or tour with pride.

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