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Are you the first owner? I only ask because it looks like it is (or once was) for sale by Shoreline motoring?

Any auto-x or track days in it?

Thanks

And crap, I need to sell my car asap!
 

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Car is at the dealers currently getting serviced...will post interior/engine bay photo if I have serious inquiries! (Am having maintenance done...so, is not handy to snap pics at the moment...) Engine bay and interior are FLAWLESS! Show room condition...

NO track days....and was broken in carefully!!!!!!! 3 oil changes to date, all service done at either Newport European or SF Lotus ONLY!

I am the original owner. Shoreline has done me LOTS of favors over the years, so I always give them a plug when I can, hence the plates..."Thanks Paul!!!".

(This car has never been listed for sale there....)
 

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FOR SALE does not mean DISCUSSION.

Like I said in the body of the ad...if you are INTERESTED, PM me....

If I wanted to post the amount, and have it up for discussion, debate, etc...I would have done that...

Not really interested in casual persons shopping for the lowest priced car they can find...this is a non-tracked, pristine, hard to find color car with all the options....

if you are looking for someone wanting to dump the car, and get out from under it....Ebay is full of salvaged/heavily modified/out of warranty/damaged/or dealer demos that I am sure you would be much more happy with....

If you are not interested in mine, no worries...please feel free to move on to another car someplace else, I really don't need the comments...
 
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