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The Lotus Europa: An Enthusiast Guide and Pictorial Review. By Lotus driver Paul Robinshaw and Dave Francis. At long last, a book dedicated to the first mid-engined Lotus road car. The Series I Europa was introduced as an export-only model. It used the 1470cc Renault engine slightly tweaked. The chassis was bonded to the body making work expensive and the ventilation needed improving. The Series II had a detachable chassis, electric door windows and a better dash. Sales in the UK began in July 1969. In the USA the car was fitted with a 1565cc emission-controlled Renault engine. In 1971 Colin Chapman launched the Twin Cam Europa using the 1558cc Lotus Ford engine with changed styling. Last of all was the Europa Special, available from august 1972 featuring the Big Valve Lotus Ford engine with Renault’s five-speed gearbox. Production ceased in March 1975.
The book is a concise and factual look at the Europa and its derivatives as well as the types 47 and 62 racing. Technical specifications, period advertisements and publicity material. 132 pgs., 192 b/w photos, mostly unpublished before. This book will enhance your enthusiasm and assist you in renovation, restoration and preparation.
24,95 €

 


The Lotus Elan and Europa, John Bolster. 128 pgs., 136 ill., very good book, first published in 1980. Still a strong seller. about the second phase of Lotus history. This book tells all about these models, including the faults. Very well illustrated with some tabulated reference material about the car.
25,95 €

 


Lotus Europa Gold Portfolio. The Series I Europa was introduced as an export-only model. It used the 1470cc Renault engine slightly tweaked. The chassis was bonded to the body making work expensive and the ventilation needed improving. The Series 2 had a detachable chassis, electric door windows and a better dash. Sales in the UK began in July 1969. In the USA the car was fitted with a 1565cc emission-controlled Renault engine. In 1971 Colin Chapman launched the Twin-Cam Europa using the 1558cc Lotus Ford engine. Last of all was the Europa Special, available from august 1972 featuring the Big Valve Lotus Ford engine with Renault’s five-speed gearbox. Production ceased in March 1975. This is a book of contemporary road tests, technical and specification data, new model intro’s, driver’s impressions, long-term reports, racing. 180 pages, 400 illus.
24,95 €

 


Lotus Europa, Workshop Manuals, are always complete. The manuals are written in a good and informal style. The title contains hundreds of illustrations, both line and cutaway drawings, and is written in a clear and concise style to enable yourself or your professional mechanics to carry out virtually every repair and service operation possible on your Lotus Europa. If you own a Lotus you need them! Your local garage doesn’t have them! This book covers the Renault and the Lotus TC model.
59,95 €

 


Lotus Europa Parts List, S I & S II, covers all parts. Lotus Parts List or Parts Book show all parts in clear cutaway drawings. It is very easy to order original Lotus parts with these lists. Don’t make an expensive error! Buy the right list, buy the correct part. Very helpful.
59,95 €

If you want to look up any part for your Lotus, use the LotusParts List (USA: Lotus Parts Book) and if there's a fault with your Lotus, check out the Lotus Workshop Manual BEFORE you take it to a dealer. 8 times out of 10, you can diagnose the problem yourself with these books.

 



Lotus Europa Twin Cam Parts List, covers all parts, incl. carburettor, TC engine and gearbox. Very helpful, if you would like to order correct parts from the dealers.
59,95 €

 


Lotus Europa Parts List, S I. Reprint, shows all the rare Lotus parts for the early Europa S I export model. No current part numbers but very interesting for the enthusiast. Included is also some early Lotus sales material.
27,95 €

 


Lotus 47 GT, Specification & Maintenance Notes. Published by Lotus Components, January 1967. More than 100 pgs. Also material about a racing Europa kit from the USA, driving tests, rare price lists etc. New edition with lots of detail pictures of a 47 at the Lotus race department. New reprint for 2004, limited edition.
37,95 €

 


 

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