Why Restore a Lotus Elan?
Famous Frank asks the basic question all of us ask our self. Frank starts out the topic:.
Some of you may have noticed I’m in the process of restoring my 66 S2 SE. Please allow me to explain why I’m taking on the this project and what is involved with this one. Let’s start by saying, I truly enjoy restoring cars. I many times think I like the restoration more than driving or showing of them later. This isn’t my first restoration but it is the most extensive I’ve tackled. One thing to remember, when I say “I restore”, it should always be read as “we restore”. Every car I’ve ever restored, I could not have done the work without the untiring assistance of Club and Forum members. That goes for all the clubs and forums, but especially this forum. It is by far the best and the members are above reproach! Thank you all.
Thank you for those kind words Frank. Come and read Why Restore a Lotus Elan
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