Posts from meandering journeys
I'll bet there are some beautiful roads to drive that on in BC.
There are all kinds of great curves to chase in this part of the province.
It's a Lotus Exige, probably an S (and guessing at 2008-2011 because of the bonnet/hood layout). It has 240 bhp and can do 0-60 in around 4.0 secs (the newer versions have around 264 and do it in 3.88).Call me old fashioned if you will, but i still like the original Elan (or an Esprit if I was in a hurry).But yellow?
I like the look of the Lotus Esprit myself. I would not pick yellow either. I love the comments I receive. You never know what someone will comment on.
Full disclosure, I normally only lurk to feel jealous at (you 'colonials' and) your road-trips (blame Angel for linking you), Oh OK and to be edjumacated too.That and having owned a … er, 'number' of Lotus' over the years prompted a comment (I'm a Morgan driver at the moment – now don't you just wish you could do the trips in a 4+4? In BRG of course. With the obligatory sheepskin flying jacket and silk scarf you too could feel a bit … Mr. Toadish).Here, I found you one, now all you need is the car:https://www.silvermans.co.uk/tabid/62/MILITARY/LEATHER+JACKETS/RAF+WW2+SHEEPSKIN+FLYING+JKT/0/SKU/4-190-11471-1593/Default.aspx
Quit lurking and send me an email address. It makes it easier to reply and I like corresponding with people. My email address is posted on the site and on my profile. Toad was the more interesting character. I read the book dozens of times. You are right. I do wish I could experience a trip or two in one of those. It is rare to see British vehicles here other than the Land Rover or Range Rover. Thanks for the link. I might be shopping.