Legendary British manufacturer Lotus manufactured the legendary Seven between 1957 and 1973, helping cement this lightweight kit car in the public's imagination across four model Series. The Series II car - the most prolifically produced - was announced in 1960; it had a redesigned frame, modified rear suspension, and smaller 13-inch wheels. Nose cowl and fenders were switched from aluminum to FRP, while in Super 7 cars, a higher-performance engine was employed. Although Lotus ended production in 1973, Caterham took over its manufacture and the car still thrills enthusiasts today, under the name of Caterham Seven.
★This is a 1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 139mm, width: 61mm, height: 41mm.
★The classic, streamlined 2-seater form is captured in style.
★Features a detailed rendering of the inline-four engine, with carburetors, exhausts and transmission accurately depicted.
★Suspension is also authentically depicted: the front setup with stabilizer-cum-upper arm, and the rear trailing arm design with rigid setup.
★Metal air funnels for the engine, plus a host of photo-etched parts, make for an ultra-realistic finish.
★Metal-plated parts are used for headlight rings, hub caps and more.
★Choose whether to assemble as a road car, or a Clubman racer