While he was building the lightest production cars of the era, Colin Chapman took made extensive documentation for each build. He treated each customer like family, and offered upgrades and improved calibrations based on owner feedback. A true automotive genius, he passed away in 1982 at only 54 years old, but his passion for excellence can be found in every car. That is why their new Certificate of Provenance Program will make your Lotus standout from the others.
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The first car to receive the new award was a 1981 Turbo Esprit, the last car owned by Mr. Chapman. Also driven by Margaret Thatcher, the car was recently bought back from the owner and it is being fully restored. If your car meets their strict criteria, you will receive a medal along with the Certificate, Build Sheet, and a personal letter from CEO Phil Popham.
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