Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Auction Watch: 1989 Lotus Esprit Turbo SE

Take a look at this 1989 Lotus Esprit Turbo SE here on eBay bidding for $11,900 reserve-not-met with auction ending Friday at 11:19AM PST.






From eBay listing:

Item specifics

Condition: Used VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): SCCFC20A7KHF62604
Year: 1989 Number of Cylinders: 4
Make: Lotus Transmission: Manual
Model:

Esprit

Body Type: Coupe
Trim: Turbo SE Vehicle Title: Clear
Engine: I4 2.2L Turbocharger Options: Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Player
Drive Type: RWD Power Options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
Mileage: 20,200 Fuel Type: Gasoline
Sub Model: Turbo SE For Sale By: Dealer
Exterior Color: Red Stock Number: KHF62604
Interior Color: Tan VIN: SCCFC20A7KHF62604



** 1989 LOTUS ESPRIT TURBO ** 20K Original miles, Clean Carfax, in amazing condition, best color combo, runs strong!!! 80's supercar!!!!


Runs strong, just changed:
*Oil
*Oil filter
*Spark Plugs
*4 new tires ( about 300 miles on them)
Has Owner's Manual and Clean Title.
* Custom exhaust (sounds amazing)


Good stereo system, with auxiliar + USB Conection.


Car had one repaint about 5 years ago, shows some fails, is 8 out of 10.


Cons:
*Speedometer works good, but odometer stopped working 2 months ago ( car did about 150 miles after that).
*Passenger window's motor is not working properly.
*When parked for w while car smells gas inside ( check on forums is usual to this car, looks like the breath hose from one side of the tank to other use to crack ).
* is missing a carpet on the trunk.
* driver seat has a rip on the leather (see photo)


Is a good survivor car, in very good shape for an almost 30 years old car!!


Vehicle is sold as is. No Warranty.


Buyer is responsible for pick up and shipping.


In-state buyers must pay FL Sales Tax. Out of state buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title/registration fees in the state that the vehicle will be registered.

VINTAGE POINT MIAMI

3 comments:

  1. Place left arm on plastic covered work bench. Using a dull hatchet, sever said arm at the elbow. Stop the bleeding. OR Buy this. Same level of pain and lost blood.

    A colleague had one with two leaky gas tanks. It basically took disassembling much of the car. Had I not seen other examples being "fixed" online, I would think it was another inept attempt by my acquaintance.

    When they run it is glorious. Very, very delicate.

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  2. So should probably get a minivan, but i could probably strap the car seats to the roof...

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  3. So should probably get a minivan, but i could probably strap the car seats to the roof...

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