Selling 3 of the cars. I simply don't use them and when I drive them I drive them out of guilt so they don't just sit there. I just want to drive the Lambos all the time and I am replacing all these 3 cars with more Lambos, so there is absolutely no reason to keep them.
Lotus Esprit GT300 GT2 racer. One of 5 factory built to contest LeMans. Other 4 have been destroyed. This is the only real survivor.
In Australia, this car won the GTP championships (Brad Jones) and held the Bathurst fastest lap record (Larry Perkins).
Super famous car, very well known internationally. There is even a Spark die cast toy of her.
Owning this car will get you tons of invitations. So far I've had invitations to Top Gear, Phillip Island Historics, Silverstone Festival, Goodwood and LeMans historics.
Car is in absolutely perfect, fully restored, ready to race condition, in the LeMans livery. Tons of spares included - engine, mechanical bits, bodyparts, wheels with brand new Pirelli slicks, etc.
917kg, 550bhp in qualifying mode, 440bhp in endurance racing mode. It cost the Lotus factory over 200,000GBP in 1993 to build.
Valuations from brokers and dealers around the world have varied wildly up to and over AU$1mil. I think that is highly optimistic. She is currently insured for AU$400k. A figure around that would make me happy for a no hassle, no stress transaction.
A barn find, rolling shell only, made out of spare parts of this car, was recently sold in the UK for 50,000GBP.
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You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.