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The Basics:

2011 Elise R
Aspen White with Black Pack / Black interior
61XX miles
No issues or accidents
Service records (dealer maintained)
Clear title in hand
Warranty until July 2014 or 36,000 miles
No trades

The Car:

Stock, with the following:
Both tops and storage bags
Sector 111 Bootie
Sector 111 Darth Vader cup holder
Sector 111 aluminum carpet buttons
Sector 111 rubber floor mats
Extra cloth floor mats
Lotus emblem tire valve covers
Lotus emblem aluminum oil cap (in addition to original)
Plexiglass rear window protector (by Tony Vaccaro / Open Cockpit)
Small Jim Clayton heavy gear shift knob (in addition to original)
Battery Tender (with manual)
Two keys
Owner's Manual
Radio Manual
Original window sticker
Certificate of Provenance

The History:

Feb 2011- built in Hethel, England, # 68 of 77 US Elise R's
Jun 2011 - Sold to first owner via Portland, OR dealer
Mar 2012 - First owner sells back to Portland, OR dealer (I'm told he found
a collectable Porsche and needed garage space)
Mar 2012 - Serviced by Portland dealer (677 miles - oil, filter and brake fluid change)
Apr 2012 - I purchased from dealer, delivered to CA via enclosed carrier.
Sep 2012 - Serviced by Los Gatos Lotus (2140 miles - oil, filter change)
May 2013 - Serviced by Los Gatos Lotus (3851 miles - oil, filter change, brake flush, new battery)
Sep 2013 - Replace Emergency Flasher switch (recall item)
Dec 2013 - Serviced by Los Gatos Lotus (5620 miles - oil, filter and brake/clutch bleed)
No track time.
Weekend toy / Garaged when not being driven.
Located in Fresno, CA

The Reason:
I've had my fun, interests are drifting elsewhere, and my wife wants something a little more suitable for longer trips.

PM, or email Clarke3rd at
I will respond to all inquires, but please give me 24 hrs.

Photos (Not so great, I know. If you have specific images you'd like to see I'll get them to you):[email protected]/
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