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Lotus Elise - The Inside Story

Lotus Elise - The Inside Story

Lotus Elise - The Inside Story

A great video showing everything, from start, to finish, and everthing they faced in-between.

Remember this is a bonded aluminium chassis, and was pretty new in mass production terms.
MMC rotors are interesting too,

You wont be disappointed thats for sure, its nearly 2.5hrs long.



RE: Lotus Elise - The Inside Story

Thank you. I have always been a fan of this car the second they came to the States. It makes me really happy to see the Elise being driven around. I was close to buying one a few times, but instead bought a 993 as I thought having sort of a trunk was better than buying two cars for myself.

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