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PostHeaderIcon New Lotus Elise Sprint Edition Is Lighter, Quicker

Introduced in 1996, the Lotus Elise has been redesigned twice, with the most recent, Series 3 model launched in 2011. For 2017, Lotus upgraded the sports car in order to keep it fresh until the fourth-generation model arrives in a couple of years.

The facelift isn’t exactly spectacular on the outside, but the Elise does benefit from redesigned bumpers, new headlamps, and a host of weight-reducing elements. New features include carbon-fiber front access panel, roll hoop cover, and engine hood, a polycarbonate rear screen, and forged alloy wheels. Inside, the Elise received more attention. Lotus redesigned the center console, which now resembles the Exige, and updated the graphics of the instrument panel. The carbon race seats are also new, as is the open-gate gear select mechanism borrowed from the Exige Sport 350.

The Elise now comes with iPod and Bluetooth connectivity, while carbin sill covers, an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel, and new Electric Light Blue upholstery are offered as options.

The Sprint Edition gets its juice from either the naturally aspirated, 1.6-liter or the supercharged, 1.8-liter, four-cylinder. The smaller engine cranks out 134 horsepower and 160 Nm (118 pound-feet) of torque in the base Sprint model, while the force-fed 1.8-liter pumps out 217 horsepower and 250 Nm (184 pound-feet) in the Sprint 220 version. More importantly, the drivetrain and chassis also benefit from new weight-saving measures, including a lightweight lithium-ion battery, AP Racing calipers up front and Brembo clamps to the rear. Optional two-piece brake discs are available.

Tipping the scales at 798 kg (1,759 pounds), the Elise Sprint Edition is 41 kg (90.3 pounds) lighter than the standard model and 26 kg (57.3 pounds) lighter than the Sport version. As a result, the Elise Sprint has a power-to-weight ratio of up to 168 horsepower per tonne, while the Sprint 220 comes in at 257 horsepower per tonne. Naturally, the sports car is quicker than ever before, needing 5.9 and 4.1 seconds to hit 60 mph from a standing start with the 1.6- and 1.8-liter engines, respectively.

The updated Elise carries over the same suspension setup as before, with fully independent double wishbone suspension and a front anti-roll bar, coupled with Bilstein high-performance gas dampers and Eibach coaxial coil springs front and rear. Being lighter than the preceding model, the spring rate was marginally increased in order to retain the classic ride the Elise is known for.

The Sprint Edition goes on sale in April 2017 from £32,300 (around $40,050 as of March 2017).

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PostHeaderIcon Next-Generation Lotus Elise Coming In 2020

Lotus is planning to launch a completely redesigned Lotus Elise for the 2020 model year. That’s the word from Autocar, which claims that the British automaker can finally afford to fun an all-new version of its lightweight sports car. A third-generation Elise has been on the drawing table since 2010, when Lotus showcased a concept car at the Paris Motor Show, but the company opted to introduce a facelift in 2011 due to financial difficulties. With Jean-Marc Gales at the helm since 2013, Lotus finally has the finances to create a new-generation model.

When Gales took over as CEO back in 2013, Lotus was in a serious financial crisis that almost led to bankruptcy. Thanks to his turnaround plan that focused on improving the existing product range and brought a revised Evora, upgraded version of the Elise and Exige, and a new 3-Eleven, Lotus has reached a safer point where it is financially stable, a first since around 2000.

The new-generation Elise is part of a massive overhaul of the entire Lotus lineup that will include redesigned Exige and Evora models too, but production of new cars won’t commence until 2019, a plan that gives the company enough time to adjust as far as development and production goes. The new Elise will feature a redesigned bonded and extruded aluminum chassis and according to Gales, it will continue to tip the scales at under 1,000 kg (2,200 pounds). More importantly, the Elise is being developed for the U.S. market too, with North American customers to finally get another model besides the Evora.

The Elise is the company’s oldest nameplate in showrooms, having been launched in 1996 as a successor to the Elan. Sold as the Series 1 until to 2001, the Elise received its most comprehensive upgrade 15 years ago. The sports car was once again updated in 2011, but since then Lotus launched a wide range of versions and special-edition cars. A more track-focused variant, the Elise Cup 250, was introduced at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The Elise was last offered in the U.S. in 2011.

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PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise 250 Special Edition

It seems like every month one automaker or another has a reason to celebrate and create some limited-run, special-edition model. Today, Lotus has announced its latest special edition that was designed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the company’s Hethel site. The car is called the Elise 350 Special Edition, and it is based on the Elise Cup 250 that launched just a few months ago. Powered by a supercharged four-cylinder, this thing delivers more than 240 horsepower and comes complete with lots of carbon fiber on the outside and a hand-finished interior. As Lotus put it, “It perfectly defines the quintessential British sports car in the celebration year.”

Outside of being quick thanks to that supercharged four-banger, this baby is also pretty aesthetically pleasing and can be had in a number of colors. On top of that, the car can also be personalized through the Lotus Exclusive Program, which means that each of the 50 units slated for production could turn out to be completely unique. For the record, Lotus claims this special-edition model can lap its Hethel test circuit in just 1 minute and 34 seconds – the fastest so far of any road-going Elise.

Jean-Marc Gales, the CEO of Group Lotus plc, said, “When we first introduced the Elise, it redefined how involving and exciting, yet civilized, a sports car could be. As the Elise was conceived, designed, engineered and is built at Hethel, we wanted a 50th tribute that’s even lighter than the fastest road-going Elise we’ve ever produced. The new Elise 250 Special Edition achieves that, so it’s supremely quick and agile, but it’s also wonderfully finished and stunning to look at.”

So, with that said, let’s take a good look at this special-edition Elise and see what all the hype is about.

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PostHeaderIcon Next Lotus Elise to Remain True to its Roots

Lotus has been rolling out all sorts of updates for the Elise recently, but it’s also working on a new iteration of the sports car. Essentially 15 years old as of 2016, the current Elise will get a replacement in 2020. That’s the word from company CEO Jean-Marc Gales, who also revealed that the next-generation model will remain true to its engineering roots.

According to gales, work on the redesigned roadster has already begun as Lotus is developing an extruded aluminum chassis around the same technology that debuted in the original Elise S1 back in 1996. The platform underpins all of the company’s cars today, but Gales thinks it can be substantially improved by 2020. This is the key to keeping the new Elise as close as possible to the original, especially when it comes to lightness and handling.

Autocar claims that Lotus aims for a curb weight of 900 kg (1,984 pounds), exactly 175 (386 pounds) more than the original model. Although it may seem like a lot of extra weight for a significantly newer car, we need to keep in mind that the third-gen Elise will have to comply with stricter safety requirements, especially in the United States. On the other hand, a 900-kg third-gen Elise would be lighter than the current Elise Cup 250, which tips the scales at an amazing 921 kg (2,030 pounds).

As far as design goes, the new Elise will remain true to the current styling. Although this means that many of the current features will be carried over, Lotus will redesign enough elements to give the sports car a fresh look. The car could be wider though in order to meet U.S. crash ratings.

Unless Lotus decided to that it’s time for a massive change in the drivetrain department, the next Elise will also feature Toyota-sourced engines and transmissions. We expect the third-gen model to benefit from up to 250 horsepower.

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PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise Race 250

Now entering its second decade in production, the Lotus Elise is simply one of the most capable speed machines on the planet, as evidenced by the numerous platform iterations (Tesla Roadster, Hennessey Venom GT, etc.) and high-spec track day specials that have sprung up over the years. Now, Lotus is offering its most hardcore track-oriented Elise to date, and it’s called the Race 250. The number is a reference to the car’s blown 1.8-liter output figures, which are complemented by a slew of standard performance options, including a race-ready interior, full aerodynamics, adjustable suspension, and a fiber-rich diet. And, as luck would have it, it’s coming to the U.S.

According to Jean-Marc Gales, CEO of Group Lotus plc., “The Elise Race 250 is the fastest, most focused Elise we’ve ever produced and, judging by what it’s capable of on track, it looks set to become a favorite with our racers around the world.”

Backing Gales’ claim is the Race 250’s 1:33.5 lap time around Lotus’ Hethel test track, a time that bests the Elise Cup 220 R by a full half-second and secures the 250’s spot as the fastest racing Elise that Lotus has ever developed.

So what exactly makes this mighty little giant slayer so darn potent? Read on for the details.

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PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise Cup 250

2015 was a busy year for Lotus. Not only did the Brits revamp the Elise and Exige with updated models, but they also launched a significantly upgraded Evora, the brand-new 3-Eleven, and announced plans to develop their first-ever SUV. Having already launched the new Lotus Exclusive customization program in January, the brand has just introduced its first new model for 2016 — the Elise Cup 250.

Essentially an lighter and more powerful version of the previous Elise Cup, the Cup 250 is the quickest road-going Elise ever from 0 to 60 mph as well as on Lotus’ iconic Hethel test track. As with most updates, the Cup 250 comes with new and revised features, extra options, and access to the company’s new Lotus Exclusive program. The Cup 250 joins the less track-oriented Sport and Sport 220 in the 2016 Elise lineup.

“The Lotus Elise has long set the benchmark in its class, yet we’ve been able to hone its straight-line performance and handling. Yes, it is capable of amazing things on a track, but it also retains its road manners and is perfectly composed for day-to-day driving. No rival offers this level of performance and accessibility,” said Jean-Marc Gales, CEO of Group Lotus.

The new Elise Cup 250 will go on sale in most markets from April 2016. Unfortunately, the sports car won’t cross the pond to the U.S., where Lotus can only sell the Evora 400 due to America’s strict safety requirements.

Updated 05/17/2016: Lotus dropped a very cool promo video for its latest Elise Cup 250. Called “Speed of Light,” the new video highlights the qualities of the Elise Cup 250 that make it the fastest road-going Elise ever. Hit “play” to watch it.

Keep reading to find out more about the Lotus Elise Cup 250.


PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise Cup 250

2015 was a busy year for Lotus. Not only did the Brits revamp the Elise and Exige with updated models, but they also launched a significantly upgraded Evora, the brand-new 3-Eleven, and announced plans to develop their first-ever SUV. Having already launched the new Lotus Exclusive customization program in January, the brand has just introduced its first new model for 2016 — the Elise Cup 250.

Essentially an lighter and more powerful version of the previous Elise Cup, the Cup 250 is the quickest road-going Elise ever from 0 to 60 mph as well as on Lotus’ iconic Hethel test track. As with most updates, the Cup 250 comes with new and revised features, extra options, and access to the company’s new Lotus Exclusive program. The Cup 250 joins the less track-oriented Sport and Sport 220 in the 2016 Elise lineup.

“The Lotus Elise has long set the benchmark in its class, yet we’ve been able to hone its straight-line performance and handling. Yes, it is capable of amazing things on a track, but it also retains its road manners and is perfectly composed for day-to-day driving. No rival offers this level of performance and accessibility,” said Jean-Marc Gales, CEO of Group Lotus.

The new Elise Cup 250 will go on sale in most markets from April 2016. Unfortunately, the sports car won’t cross the pond to the U.S., where Lotus can only sell the Evora 400 due to America’s strict safety requirements.

Updated 05/17/2016: Lotus dropped a very cool promo video for its latest Elise Cup 250. Called “Speed of Light,” the new video highlights the qualities of the Elise Cup 250 that make it the fastest road-going Elise ever. Hit “play” to watch it.

Keep reading to find out more about the Lotus Elise Cup 250.


PostHeaderIcon Official: Lotus Elise Cup 250

Lotus Elise Cup 250-2

It was sad when Lotus gave up all their hopes and dreams of making plush super cars, but at leas they are back to doing what they do best, which is making fantastic sports cars. The 2017 Lotus Elise Cup 250 is the latest product of the Norfolk-based firm, and it’s a beast of a machine.

Replacing the Elise Cup 220, the new 250 brings new features to the table, such as a Lithium-ion battery which slashes 10 kg of the weight, carbon fibre seats, reducing the weight by 6 kg, and ultra-lightweight forged alloy wheels, saving a further 1.5 kg. Lotus Elise Cup 250 just gives a whole new meaning to the company’s ‘Light is Right’ philosophy.

Lotus Elise Cup 250-1

Weighing at 930 kg, the Elise Cup 250 comes as standard as a roadster but you can order a hard top as an option. Another option is a Carbon Aero Pack (consisting of front splitter, rear wing, rear diffuser and side floor-extensions) which shaves a further 10 kg off the weight of the car. Other improvement making the 250 a greater performance machine than its predecessor include re-calibrated ignition system, wider 195/50 R16 front tyres and more responsive steering.

Lotus Elise Cup 250-3

Limited to 200 units per year, Lotus Elise Cup 250 is powered by a 243 hp (246 PS) and 250 Nm of torque 1.8 liter supercharged four-cylinder engine. The car does 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds and has a 154 mph top speed. Eibach coaxial coil springs, AP Racing or Brembo brakes, Yokohama tires, Lotus Dynamic Performance Management System (with Sport setting), and Alcantara or leather interior are among the other highlights.

Price List:

UK (Pound Sterling) £45,600
Germany (Euros) €61,100
France (Euros) €61,620
Italy(Euros) €65,010
Japan (¥ Yen) ¥8.930m

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PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise Sport

The British made Lotus Elise debuted back in 1996, sporting a fiberglass body and a bonded aluminum chassis that helped the car set the market standard for efficiency, handling, and driving experience. The car helped launch Lotus back into the lightweight sports car market and was actually named after the granddaughter of Romano Artioli’s – Lotus’ chairperson at the time. At its birth, the Elise put out 118 horsepower and 122 pound-feet of torque. It tipped the scale at 1,521 pounds, hit 60 mph in 5.8 seconds, and had a top speed of 126 mph.

That was 20 years ago, and now Lotus is releasing an all-new Elise Sport and Elise Sport 220 – that’s right, Lotus is bringing the “Sport” name back after being used previously on the Lotus Espirit. The Elise Sport is the entry-level model. It has significantly less power than the Elise Sport 220, but it still provides the handling and performance you would expect from the lightweight two-seater.

The most significant benefit of the Elise Sport is its drop in weight compared to the previous Elise. With that weight loss comes more efficiency and better fuel consumption, plus a price tag that makes the car a bit more affordable. Will the Elise Sport appease newcomers and loyal customers? Well, let’s take a deeper look at the car and see just what it offers.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2016 Lotus Esprit Sport.


PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise Sport 220

Jean-Marc Gales’ arrival at Lotus in May 2014 marked the beginning of a new era for the struggling British manufacturer. Under his leadership, Lotus revamped the Evora, launched a new 3-Eleven, and made big steps toward building its very first SUV. The aging Elise, however, has yet to be redesigned, and according to Gales that won’t happen until 2017. There is some good news for Elise fans though, as the sports roadster has just received a significant update for 2016.

Set to hit the European dealerships in December 2015 and other markets in January 2016, the updated sports car will be sold as the Elise Sport and Sport 220. The models replace the previous Elise and Elise S and mark a return of the “Sport” nameplate on a Lotus after a 16-year hiatus. The previous model to use the moniker was the Esprit, which spawned 300 Sport and Sport 350 versions in 1993 and 1999, respectively.

“We have further refined, distilled and sharpened the driving experience offered by our best selling sports car of the last 20 years, the Lotus Elise. Over the years, with each improvement to the Elise, we have ensured that the purity of the driving experience has been retained and improved upon and with these two new models, we have taken it on to the next level,” said Jean-Marc Gales, CEO of Group Lotus.

The updated Sport 220 is lighter than the previous Elise S and received a number of new features inside and out. Keep reading to find out more about these changes.

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PostHeaderIcon Former Lotus Designer Plans Super Elise

Julian Thomson, the current Advanced Design Director at Jaguar, has recently posted pictures on his Twitter account of a one-off “Super Elise” he hopes to build sometime “soon.”

Thomson is known for penning the stunning Jaguar C-X75 two-seat hybrid hypercar concept, which debuted at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Originally slated for a max run of 250 units at well over a million dollars a pop, production of the C-X75 was canceled in 2012. 

The Englishman was also responsible for the design of the original Series 1 Elise when he was employed by Lotus way back in 1996. Thomson confessed to concessions made with the first iteration of the small sports car: “Whenever I washed my own Elise, I was reminded of things that didn’t turn out quite as I’d have liked and I always wanted to put right.”

In an interview with the UK publication Autocar, Thomson said he wanted the Super Elise to look more “solid and purposeful” than the original design. 

Thomson says the Super Elise is inspired by Singer Porsche 911s. The sketches present a car that’s 30 mm (1.18 inches) lower and between 75 and 100 mm (2.95 and 3.94 inches) wider than the standard Elise. It also has reworked front and rear fascias, with enlarged air intakes up front and a prominent diffuser in the back. Sitting above the rear aero is a large, double exhaust tip placed centrally in the rear bumper. The wheels are bigger as well, with a five-spoke design that fills the wheel wells with purposeful intent. LEDs can be found in the taillights. 

For motivation, Thomson says he’d like to replace the stock Rover and Toyota-sourced engines with a Honda VTEC unit mated to a sequential gearbox, which is a setup similar to that found in the Ariel Atom. 

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Former Lotus Designer Plans Super Elise originally appeared on topspeed.com on Monday, 8 June 2015 12:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Lotus Super Elise Previewed by Jaguar Designer

Lotus Super Elise-0

Julian Thomson, the head of Jaguar’s Advanced Design team, is working on a project based on a car from his former employer, Lotus. He was the man who penned the Series 1 Elise back in the 90s, and he is now sort of picking up where he left off with this awesome Lotus Super Elise, reportedly destined for limited-run production.

If Thomson’s Lotus Super Elise looks a bit like the Jaguar C-X75 Concept in profile, that’s because he designed that one, too. But everything else is bespoke to the Super Elise and harks back to the original. The familiar looking headlights, those scoops in the bonnet, and those distinctive taillights, these are the features that take us for stroll down the memory lane and make us eager to see this thing in the flesh.

Lotus Super Elise-1

In designing the Lotus Super Elise Thomson has also drawn inspiration from Singer 911. It looks like the original, but it has a completely bespoke body that is 30mm lower than the normal Elise and a full 100mm wider. The powertrain proposed for the Super Elise is a VTEC Honda unit that would power the rear wheels via a sequential gearbox. Thomson hopes to build up to 20 units of this car, but he hasn’t disclosed the pricing yet.

Via LotusTalk

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PostHeaderIcon Evo Reviews Lotus Elise S Cup: Video

Still struggling to stay afloat after a disastrous 2013, Lotus may need a couple more years to come up with a completely redesigned sports car. Despite that, the Brits have had quite a busy 2015 so far, launching new variations of the Elise and Exige, as well as a significantly updated Evora. The 2015 Elise S Cup is the first of the trio to hit the market, having gone into production back in January. Essentially a road-legal version of the Cup R race car that Lotus launched in 2013, the Elise S Cup looked promising on paper, thanks to its 2,054-pound weight and 217-horsepower, supercharged engine. But how good is this British coupe on the track? That’s a question the folks over at EVO looked to answer in the video above.

To do so, Henry Catchpole took the Elise S Cup to Bedford Autodrome, a Formula 2 championship track in the UK, for the latest episode of EVO Diaries. After putting a few laps in only to discover the car is “blindingly quick” for its 217-horsepower rating, Catchpole took it for a spin on Britain’s narrow roads to find out how it behaves as a daily driver.

Click play to learn more about the new Elise S Cup and watch it in action in this road and track test. Be careful though; this Lotus, which isn’t available in the U.S., might just make you consider moving to Britan to own one.

Evo Reviews Lotus Elise S Cup: Video originally appeared on topspeed.com on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 19:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Lotus Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition

With the Elise looking as fresh as ever, it’s pretty hard to believe that the model was unveiled approximately two decades ago, in the fall of 1995. Naturally, it has been through a number of extensive refreshes since then, but the current Elise is basically the same car underneath. If the original 1996 model isn’t a testament to the forward thinking of Lotus engineers, then I don’t know what is. The car’s lightness and nimbleness are still widely regarded as benchmarks for mass-produced sports cars, even though more than a few pounds were gained over the years.

Lotus has decided to celebrate the model’s unveiling 20 years ago with a limited edition. Called the Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition, the new model has less weight and a host of extra features, replacing the Elise S Club Racer in the Lotus lineup.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2015 Lotus Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition.

Lotus Elise 20th Anniversary Special Edition originally appeared on topspeed.com on Monday, 23 March 2015 16:00 EST.

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1972 Chevrolet Camaro Base Coupe 2-Door 72 Camaro Track Day Car/Street Legal/Race Car
$9,500.00 (1 Bid)
End Date: Sunday Apr-2-2017 15:18:03 PDT
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2012 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible 2-Door 2012 CHEVY CORVETTE Z16 GRAND SPORT CONVERTIBLE 3LT 16K #102716 Texas Direct
$41,980.00
End Date: Friday Mar-31-2017 16:26:30 PDT
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2013 Ford Mustang GT Coupe 2-Door 2013 Ford Mustang GT Supercharged * Not GT500 shelby
$18,100.00 (3 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Apr-2-2017 18:45:00 PDT
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1950 Ford Other 2 DOOR SEDAN 1950 2 Door Sedan
$8,850.00
End Date: Wednesday Apr-5-2017 9:30:00 PDT
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1970 Ford Mustang 2 DOOR FASTBACK 1970 MUSTANG FASTBACK MACH 1 TRIM 351 SHAKER LOADED BEAUTIFUL CALYPSO CORAL NICE
$26,400.00 (25 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Apr-2-2017 9:31:43 PDT
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1995 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 2-Door 1995 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 2-Door 5.0L with procharger
$6,500.00
End Date: Sunday Apr-2-2017 21:06:19 PDT
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1967 Ford Mustang Base Fastback 2-Door 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback 2-Door 289 V-8
$7,600.00 (13 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Apr-2-2017 17:30:00 PDT
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1975 Ford Other 2 door coupe 1975=FORD MAVERICK V8-302-c.i.- 2 door - Automatic Transmission
$3,950.00 (16 Bids)
End Date: Saturday Apr-1-2017 11:20:00 PDT
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2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium Coupe 2-Door 2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium Roush Stage 2 Supercharged 750hp
$39,500.00
End Date: Saturday Apr-1-2017 15:02:37 PDT
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1979 Chevrolet Corvette Base Coupe 2-Door 1979 Chevrolet Corvette Base Coupe 2-Door 5.7L
$8,000.00
End Date: Friday Mar-31-2017 9:45:46 PDT
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2008 Ford Mustang GT Coupe 2-Door 2008 FORD MUSTANG ROUSH 427R STAGE 3 COUPE SUPERCHARGED gt500
$15,600.00 (14 Bids)
End Date: Friday Mar-31-2017 14:08:19 PDT
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2004 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible 2-Door 2004 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible, MYSTICHROME! 20k miles!
$23,000.00 (8 Bids)
End Date: Wednesday Apr-5-2017 15:05:21 PDT
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