Sorry to hijack, do you have some close up picks of how you mounted the wing? I have one also and have been hesitant on how to mount it. Thanks in advance!Yea buddy, sorry to hear that
I had accident from Dodge Charger, it hit me from the back of the car.
The brand new rear clam cost about 7k so I found fiber glass-shop and fixed the rear clam less than 2K but I had to purchased new parts such as cat back + exhaust + diffuser and rear panel.
:crying: Not gona lie without the help of the insurance i will be crying next to my car every day!
Good advice. I did drill the four holes from the underside shortly after I got the car to prevent the water sitting around. I will add the resistor pack to the list of things to do, along with the AC probe update to prevent the condenser freezing issue.While you have the radiator and the front end off. Do the blower motor resistor pack relocation mod and drill 4 drain holes in the pan that houses the blower motor! I missed this piece of info when rebuilding mine and guess what, the circuit went out couple weeks ago (driving in heavy rain). Now i have to tear back into the front end to do it right and get my AC working good again...
They are BF Goodrich g-Force T/A KDW-2 tires. They were on the car when I bought it, and I've replaced them when the first set ran out. I like them, but I've never had anything else so I don't have much to compare them to. I believe they were discontinued so I'm gonna have to try something else next time.What kind of tires are those? How do you like them?
Thanks! I enjoy taking things apart to see how they work, and doing it myself when feasible to save some money. I think this will be a good fall/winter project. It's not a rush, and like you said, there is a wealth of knowledge and super friendly group of people on this site, so I'm sure it will go well. What happened to yours?Sorry to see that happened to your car, but I applaud you for pushing on with a potential rebuild. You can bring her back, especially since it looks like the crash structure is ok. Take your time and rely on the Lotus community. The guys and gals on this board are a great resource for both knowledge and parts. It's been almost four years since mine got wiped out in what I like to refer to as "the garage incident". I rebuilt and have never regretted it, not even for an instant.Corvus
Thanks! If I can't find one I'll be in touch.Great to see that your crash structure was not damaged. I do have a spare radiator shroud (and a crash structure) if you need it. You're so far away that you are probably better off finding one closer to you, but if you can't find one, PM me.