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steve8159
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Bodyshell

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Hello

Can anyone tell me how to identify a Mk 2 Lotus Cortina shell from a standard Mk 2 Cortina shell. :lol:

Thank you

Steve
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Re: Bodyshell

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Hi Welcome to the forum,
It might be easier to help you if you give us some background. ie. Are you looking to buy a car and not sure about it etc.
Cheers
Louis
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Re: Bodyshell

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Hello

Thank you for your response.Yes I have put a deposit on a car and I am fairly sure it is OK,but I just wondered if there was any way of knowing for certain that it is a genuine shell.

Thank you

Steve
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Re: Bodyshell

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Personally if I had any doubt at all I'd get the car inspected, have you been in touch with the register to see what history is known of the car?
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Re: Bodyshell

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Hi
Where do I find the register.

Steve
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Re: Bodyshell

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steve8159 wrote:Hi
Where do I find the register.

Steve
You need to join the LCR & get the club officials to inspect it. http://www.lotuscortina.net/page4.html
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