Mike Brotherwood
Email : mikebrotherwood@aol.com
Specialist Restorer of Lotus marques from the 1950s and early 60s
Home
Mk6 and 9
Series 1  7
Xl
Specials
Single
Seaters
Replicas
Mk2, 6
& XI
Coventry Climax
Karting
Tel: 0 (44) 1834 831546 Days    Mobile 07990 758085
 Parts
15,16 & 17
S2 & S3 7
FOR
SALE
Wheels
Wilment overhead valve conversion engine.  
Ready to fit as far as we are aware. 
Engine in Australia.
£5,000 ono
Lotus XI  S1 Chassis
new, no documents, registration 
or chassis number.   £4,000
Lotus XI S2 Chassis,
new, no documents, registration 
or chassis number.  £4,000
Lotus XI S2, Original genuine Chassis 
With history going back to the 1970's (so far).
No chassis number or paperwork    £20,000
Lotus XI S1 Rear body section
This is a new panel made a few years ago. It fits my spare chassis well and looks good  £3,200
Lotus 15 Chassis
new, no documents, registration 
or chassis number  £6,000
Aluminium Cam Carrier

identical to cast steel version, 
but half the weight £450
Diff Carrier

Unknown application, I think it might take a BMC 'B' series Diff, 
Does anybody recognise it ?
Coventry Climax Oil Pump

With original pick-up, Used but in good condition
£350
Lotus MK6

Ford 100E engine, dry sumped and running twin 1 1/4" SUs. Belt driven D45 distributor, electric water pump and fan. Dynoed some years ago at 68bhp at the flywheel: probably a bit less now!
3 speed gearbox with Buckler D ratios.
E93a axle with 4.7 final drive.
Set up for racing at the moment with roll bar, seat belts and fire extinguisher - all in date.
Set of 15" wheels with Dunlop Formula Vee tyres.
Set of road wheels with new crossplys.
Original bodywork includes rear wings, scuttle, engine side covers and nose cone.  Another alloy nosecone and a GRP nosecone are with the car.
Full tonneau cover, and a half tonneau for racing.
Won the 750 Trophy series in 1998 - overall and Class C.
Class wins in the Birkett Relay and a number of outright race wins.
Large quantity of spares; three engines, gearboxes, axles, chassis parts; enough to build two more cars.

It was entered for Le Mans, as a works car in 1959, but never took part.  It was fitted with one of the early 1500 FWB engines from new.  After Le Mans, it went straight to Canada, where it has spent its life.  

Four ago I brought it back to France for its current owner, who raced it at Le Mans Classic in 2016.  For this race it was fitted with a full race FWA, built by us, and went well.

It is currently being resprayed green,so the photographs here are from Le Mans Classic in 2016.

This is probably the only 17 which retains its strut front suspension.  This was slightly modified in Canada and seems to work well.
Lotus 17
The pictures of the car in green are as it is now, freshly resprayed.  It should be back in the UK by mid December, for detail finishing and viewing