1989 Westfield SEiW Super Seven- right-hand drive Japanese-market example that was imported to the US by its previous owner in 2015. Finished in British Racing Green, wide-body model is powered by a 1,600cc Ford CVH inline-four equipped with dual Weber sidedraft carburetors and coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission. 43k indicated kilometers (~27k miles), and maintenance performed includes refreshment of the fuel and cooling systems as well as a new battery, spark plugs, accelerator cable, and more. This Westfield is offered with records from current ownership, a weather kit, and clean Ohio title.
This example was factory-built and features a British Racing Green fiberglass body with black front fenders and independent rear suspension. Finish flaws resulting from previously-installed clamshell fenders are pictured in the gallery.
A Westfield spare wheel carrier and boot cover have been installed out back. Minilite wheels are wrapped in Michelin Energy 185/60-14 tires date coded from 2001. A weather kit featuring a soft top and side doors is included.
Black bucket seats are equipped with shoulder belts, and a 3-spoke Mountney steering wheel is fitted. New shifter and parking brake boots have been installed and the dash pad was recovered by the seller. The aluminum panel houses VDO gauges including an odometer showing approximately 44k kilometers (~27k miles), 500 of which were added by the seller. The oil pressure gauge is described as non-functional.
The 1,600cc Ford CVH inline-four is equipped with Weber DCOE 40 carburetors and linked to a 5-speed manual transmission. The valve cover has been powder coated, and DEI titanium black header wrap has been added as well as a stainless steel midpipe. Maintenance performed in the last 500 miles included the following:
Re-jetted and synchronized carburetors
New foam air filters
Accelerator cable & throttle return spring
Spark plugs, distributor cap and rotor
Radiator, fan, coolant tank, coolant lines
Oil pan and gasket, valve cover gasket
Rear differential fluid
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