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01-23-2018 04:59 PM
senna's daddy I love the way this series is presented, the car's relevant history and development lineage, plus de Cadenet can drive these cars as intended.
01-23-2018 10:39 AM
craigyirush I have the first 4 (Porsche, Ferrari, Maserati, Jaguar) on DVD.

The Lotus one is available for purchase/streaming on Amazon, but the others don't seem to be available in any format. Very odd.
12-30-2017 04:41 PM
VisualEchos
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Originally Posted by XHILR8N! View Post
Excellent series. We have the DVDs
I was able to get most of the series on DVD as well, from Amazon, but the Lotus episode wasn't with it.

Still, they are trash quality. They were shot in decent resolution, just wish they were available to us.

It's available here, but it's probably region specific.

http://shop.classicteamlotus.co.uk/v...sign-121-p.asp
12-30-2017 04:13 PM
XHILR8N! Excellent series. We have the DVDs
12-30-2017 02:32 PM
VisualEchos Love this series, but the quality is just horrible.
12-30-2017 02:20 PM
3carmonte
Victory By Design Lotus - (Alain de Cadenet - 2005) - On YouTube!

Apparently it's been on YouTube since 4/19/2016 but I just happened to search for it (again) today and there it was! The format is small but still watchable and if you're like me who have never seen it, it's not to be missed. Run time is 39:57

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