The Saga of LSB 2072



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Parts 1

Parts 2

Parts 3

Engine / Trans.

Frame / Skin

Progress 1

Progress 2

Progress 3

Progress 4

Progress 5

Instr. Panel


Almost Done

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The Home Stretch
October 30, 2012

The Axminster fuel tank made by Andy Wiltshire. It is beautifully made, a good fit, and it has a fuel level sender.

August 5, 2012 - LSB-2072 moves under power for the first time in at least 10 years.

The seats were made by Bruce Wolkin, a third-generation craftsman who works out of his home in Wilder VT.

Another view of the instrument panel harness.

Wrapping it at this point would be tempting Murphy.

I finally broke down and bought a new scuttle from Arch Motors.

The car is not totally finished, but I'm done for now as another project has pushed it out of the way.

LSB-2072 - about to enter her rodent-resistant winter habitat: the race trailer.

I have to be careful not to accelerate too quickly or I'll lose the spare.

This winter's restoration project is an engine dyno.

With any luck it will be ready to dyno-tune the Lotus engine next spring.

The Jag engine will be the dyno restoration and development "mule," with an eye toward trimming a few seconds off my E-Type lap times.

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