Super Seven Alloy hardtop.
Lotus Seven S3 1972 with "B" modifications since 1987.( wide body)
Car has to be driven on the road from Holland to the south of France so the
driver need some form of protection. I started with a model from foam/GRP
with gullwings but I wasn't very happy with the shape of it. Also, in that
configuration you couldn't drive it with just the doors on and as we all
know you can't drive a Super Seven without doors unless you like SM.
I start again....
So I made targa top wich you can easily remove and the doors can stay in
position. To make getting in and out just a bit more comfortable I made a
stay on the targa panel so it moves up-wards at the rear.
There is a polycarbonate window fixed to the roll-over-bar.
Boot is secured with leather tonneau cover wich you also can use when the
targa top is at home.
Darren's Cosworth Westfield 16:9
This is one of a few videos I made a few years ago.
The car was crashed my its owner whilest out filming fot the day on
Dartmoor - England. It then had to be rebuilt with a new chassis supplied
by westfield with the old chassis number. The car has since been sold to
someone in Germany. Enjoy the vid
How to build a Westfield Sports Car
Shows the construction of my Westfield Sport 2000 module build (lotus 7
inspired) sportscar. The engine is a ford duratec 2.0l with a Weber Alpha
throttle body injection (204hp), with lightened flywheel, sports clutch
plate (hydrolic), connected to an MT75 - 5 speed quick shift gearbox. This
is connected to a 3.92 LSD Ford 7" differential. Suspension is fully
independent and fully adjustable with a wide track front arrangement and
front and rear anti roll systems fitted. Brakes are AP racing 4 pot
(ventilated discs) at the front and VW golf mk4 solid discs at the rear,
operated by an AP Racing master cylinder.