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<h3>Inspired by the original Lotus Seven -- Powered by 2004 Honda S2000 2.2L I4 with 6-speed manual transmission</h3><br>
<b>Subaru WRX rear end with LSD --- Wilwood cross-drilled 12" rotors all around</b><br>

Street legal, licensed, and very very quick --- Curb weight ~ 1350 lbs, 240HP, 0-60 in under 4 seconds<br>

Car has ~ 2200 miles on it, donor motor had 66K miles --- Custom paint, Venture shield paint protection film on entire body<br>

Carbon fiber dash, mirrors and rear fender plates --- QA1 Carrera shocks --- HID Headlights<br>

All components on this vehicle are of the highest quality, as are the fit and finish<br>



A stock turn-key Ultralite S2K is $38,750 and if you were to order one now you will take delivery in about a year or so.<br>

Upgrades over stock form include:<br>

2.2L Honda F22C S2000 engine ($1000 over stock 2.0L on secondary market)<br>
16"x6.5" Motegi Traklite wheels (11.9 lbs!) and Dunlop Direzza Z1 Star-spec tires ($1000 over stock)<br>
Fuel Safe 8-gallon racing cell with internal foam baffle and surge box ($900 over stock)<br>
Planet Color Nautical Paint ($800 over standard paint)<br>
Complete car covered in Venture Shield paint protection film (like 3M, StonGard, Clear Bra, $1300)<br>
Spare set of paint-matched rear fenders ($600)<br>
4¡± Trail Tech SC4 HID Headlamps ($400)<br>
Carbon Fiber Dash and Fender Protectors ($300)<br>
Carbon Fiber Rear and Side View Mirrors ($250)<br>
Auto Meter Ultralite gauge package upgrade ($200)<br>
Wilwood Rear 12" Drilled Rotor upgrade ($150)<br>
Wilwood rear brake bias proportioning valve ($50)<br>
Ultra Compact Italian air horn ($50)<br>
Numerous other sub-$100 upgrades not listed.<p>

Total upgrades over stock: $7000+, which would put it in the $45,000 range new.<p>


Asking $33,000<p>
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Chad 206-396-2661 <p><p>

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You really have to see the paint in person, it doesn't photograph well, but this gives you an idea how much it pops when the sun hits it:<br>
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M3 not included, shown for scale purposes only :)<br>
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Now asking $33,000

or $36,500 with the 2003 Interstate 20' car trailer:


Trailer not for sale separately unless car sells first without it.


 

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Did I miss where it was located?

Oh man I want that bad... too bad I can't swing it right now :( (unless you want a Starlight Black Elise :D )
 

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How hard is it to have it street legal in California?
 

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Dang, if I didn't have 2 toy cars already... I would jump on this... Want a Exige S240 to trade? :)
 

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Well, it looks like my eBay sale is probably not be going through, so before listing again I am offering it up for the winning bid price of $26,712.95 + shipping from Seattle. Considering it was over $32,600 in just materials alone, that is a great deal...


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