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I bought a 2010 Evora 2+2 from a dealer in Florida. They did not have the window sticker as it was used (1400 miles) I have called the dealer and they continue to tell me they are e-Mailing Lotus to get it.

How can I get a copy of the sticker? My insurance company would like a copy and I would like to have it as well.

Thanks for any information you can share.
 

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I bought a 2010 Evora 2+2 from a dealer in Florida. They did not have the window sticker as it was used (1400 miles) I have called the dealer and they continue to tell me they are e-Mailing Lotus to get it.

How can I get a copy of the sticker? My insurance company would like a copy and I would like to have it as well.

Thanks for any information you can share.
You need to contact Lotus USA. Customer support or something like that.
You provide them with the VIN and you can request a build sheet.
 

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Yes I left a message for Brian at Lotus USA. Hope to hear from him soon.. Thanks Gronk...
 

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I got an email from Rick MacLeish that said they don't save window stickers from previous years and have no way to reprint them.

I asked for a build sheet, and also got denied :(
 

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Not true. It's just that money talks.

You have to contact the Lotus archivist Andy Graham at [email protected]

For 35GBP he'll mail you a Certificate of Provenance and a cover letter. He'll also contact Rick to send a .pdf scan of the original window sticker.

Thread from TLF:
http://www.thelotusforums.com/forums/index.php/topic/30744-my-car-details-from-hethel-birth-certificate/

Now what I'd like to know is, who can accurately replicate the window sticker from the .pdf scan?

I sent this guy an email, havent gotten anything back yet
 
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