Lotus Europa 1970
Throughout its life the Europa has attracted the attention of many Lotus and non-Lotus automotive customising businesses who offered "special" versions in small numbers to the public. Among these was the Swiss Lotus importer, who made two special versions of the S2 fitted with the Renault 16 TS type 807 engine, the "Europa Hemi 807" and the fuel injected "Europa Black Shadow 807". The Hemi 807 had 105 PS (77 kW) SAE and could attain a speed of 200 km/h (124 mph), while the Black Shadow had power output of 137 PS (101 kW). The Black Shadow also received a five-speed gearbox. These cars had a wider track, special wheels and stickers, white indicator lights up front, and featured extractor vents high on the side panel behind the rear door. The fuel injection system was from Kugelfischer. In 1971 two Lotus Hemi were entered as Group 4 GTS at the international hill climb race St. Ursanne Les Rangiers and Ollon-Villars driven by the Swiss divers Oskar Bubeck and Alfons Tresch.
Here we have a fully developed Lotus Hemi by RS Historics, Lotus specialist in Italy.
Brand new engine with Zero Racing Hours 160HP.
Fia HTP registration in progress.
The car comes with a lot of spare parts:
Second engine complete with carburettors. Zero hours.
Second gearbox for hill climb and Rally-Marathon.
4 brand new spare revolution wheels
All the bits to make it road going.
Elegible for many great events out there:
Spa 3 hours
National Championships for period G
You cannot have a better Lotus Europa.