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Fraser Clubman specs and price
The original Lotus Seven was designed as a simple two-seater sports car. The Lotus Seven was designed by Lotus founder Colin Chapman. Designed for racing, but still legal, more than 2,500 vehicles were sold between 1957 and 1972.
When Lotus stopped producing cars, other companies were free to produce their own copies. The existence of Fraser Cars is attributed to Neil Fraser's desire to replicate Lotus 7 in 1988.
The original Fraser was designed to provide excellent performance with low weight and no unnecessary extra features. In the 30 years since Neil Fraser made his first replica, they have been continuously improving and producing a unique vehicle that provides the ultimate driving experience.
The Fraser Clubman chassis is hand-welded, finished with a powder-coated with alloy panel. It's equipped with inner rocker arm front suspensions with unequal-length twin wishbones and adjustable shock absorbers. Rear suspensions are De-dion type semi-independent with adjustable shock absorbers.
The Fraser Clubman SL can be fitted with five different engines: a 1.6 Toyota 4AGE, 2.0 Toyota 3SGE or a 2.0 Ford Duratec engine. It can also be fitted with a Honda F20c engine or with an engine from a Hayabusa.
Fraser Clubman Price: Starting at NZ $74.000 for the Clubman SL version, and NZ $ 85,000 for the Clubman S-