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Part Number search

Postby Specky » Sun 05.07.2009, 12:59

Here's a couple of links that you may find useful whilst trying to track down a component by Lotus Part Number.

They are by no means a recommendation to use them, Just shop around as always...

http://www.elise-shop.de/advanced_searc ... 1136aa470c

http://www.sjsportscars.co.uk/partsanda ... /parts.asp

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Re: Part Number search

Postby Specky » Mon 20.07.2009, 22:18

I've just noticed Paul Matty has a new web site...

and now this price list

http://www.paulmattysportscars.co.uk/im ... 20List.pdf

It's not as good as the affore mentioned one but it's getting better.

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Re: Part Number search

Postby Specky » Sun 24.04.2011, 19:00

Just found this web site...

I think it's a bit funky

http://www.deroure.com/diagrams.asp?TBL ... 0&ST=&SC=0

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Re: Part Number search

Postby surfboardfiller » Thu 12.05.2011, 21:50

Specky wrote:Just found this web site...

I think it's a bit funky

http://www.deroure.com/diagrams.asp?TBL ... 0&ST=&SC=0

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Pretty cool although pointless as Lotus have virtually nothing left for body trim chassis etc. :(
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Re: Part Number search

Postby Danevansgolf » Tue 05.12.2017, 23:03

Well done. It’s a very popular website. I think most people know of it. Class. Well done.
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