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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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Re: Part Number search

Postby V8vroom » Sat 21.04.2018, 14:50

can anybody find the part number for a replacement plastic clip that the bonnet stay clicks into?? I'm not sure what the technical term is for it but mine has snapped so nothing to prop the bonnet lid open with at the moment... loads of Vauxhall stuff on ebay but want the right clip....

thanks for helping...

PS picking her up next week after 4 months with Spyder Cars in Whittlesey... I still need to take her to Emerald in Norfolk for an engine ignitions check or something due to a misfire that Andy isn't sure of the cause....

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Re: Part Number search

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Sat 21.04.2018, 15:23

A100B6047F

SJs has them in yellow for £2.25

Wayne (www.elanm100.com) has them in black for £5.00
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Re: Part Number search

Postby V8vroom » Sun 22.04.2018, 07:48

thanks brit car nut... car is yellow so yellow fine ~I guess!!
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Re: Part Number search

Postby dapinky » Sun 22.04.2018, 11:36

I can't remember the part number at the moment, but I fitted a Land Rover part (identical to OE) - it was just over a quid on ebay. (but that was in my old elan, as I have the springy ram things on my current car, so have no bonnet stay)
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Re: Part Number search

Postby Rambo » Sun 22.04.2018, 16:16

Brit-Car-Nut wrote:A100B6047F

SJs has them in yellow for £2.25


And if you just happen to live in Greece and need one it will cost a wopping £18.66 - over £16 in postage and packing :shock:

I am going to try Dapinky's suggestion as I need one too for the yellow peril

PS isn't it amazing to think our cars contain parts completely at opposite ends of the spectrum ? Land Rover to Maclaren, and all points inbetween.
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