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After 5 1/2 years of being a proud Elise owner, I've decided to put my baby up for sale and move to up to an Evora or close to it. I decided to post my car on cars.com. If anyone has any questions please let me know.

Cheers :UK:

2005 Lotus Elise, $36,250 - Cars.com
 

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After 5 1/2 years of being a proud Elise owner, I've decided to put my baby up for sale and move to up to an Evora or close to it. I decided to post my car on cars.com. If anyone has any questions please let me know.

Cheers :UK:

2005 Lotus Elise, $36,250 - Cars.com
Confusing on cars.com as they are showing an orange car AND a yellow car....Is that really s/n 0040? Do you happen to know the build date? (Located on the drivers side door pillar) Looks sweet. Good luck in your sale and next vehicle.
 

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Confusing on cars.com as they are showing an orange car AND a yellow car....Is that really s/n 0040? Do you happen to know the build date? (Located on the drivers side door pillar) Looks sweet. Good luck in your sale and next vehicle.
Build date is May 2004. 0040 is the last 4 digits of the VIN number. It must have been the light im my garage when I took the pics. Car is definitely Saffron yellow.

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thats the 40th car. Mine is May 2004 also, the 134th car. IMO, the earliest cars were some of the nicest cars they produced. They were trying really hard at the beginning.
 
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