Super Seven Sportscar Co. LHD seven using the fantastic Toyota twin-cam 2TG motor stroked with 3TC stroker-crank for 2000cc mated to a Toyota 5-speed transmission with live rear axle. Just 16,489 kilometers on the odometer and runs well and overall quite good condition.
Classic Lotus 7 design and engineering, the Super Seven is a fantastic Road & Track car that gets thumbs up and big smiles everywhere it goes. I had the best drive in years with one of my car-buddies this past weekend so if you’re 5’11” or shorter and want a visceral driving experience, you’d be hard pressed to find a more enjoyable car at any price – What a way to go.
This 1984 Super Seven is equipped with the fantastic Toyota twin-cam 2TG motor stroked to ~2 liters and with twin side-draft Solex/Mikuni carburetors and mated to a smooth 5-speed transmission with live rear axle. Classic clam shell fenders and neat Watanabe wheels with Yokohama Advan tires. Smiths Gauges and the luxury of a heater core for a little cabin heat. Upgraded Odyssey PC680 battery and MSD 6AL and Blaster 2 coil. Does have doors and canvas however weathered and could use renewal.
Engineered and built in Canada by automotive engineer George Fejer – known for the Chinook CanAm car and a variety of other low-volume projects. While LHD this was sold new into the Japanese market and recently imported into the USA. Good Seven you can enjoy straight away and these Canadian cars are well regarded with design and build quality and really neat powerplant.
Nice alternative to a Mazda Miata, Morgan 4/4 or +8 or other British roadster. And would be well suited HPDE events – The Ridge / Pacific Raceways / Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit (https://islandmotorsportcircuit.com/).
Here is a sister-car built by the Canadian Fejer concern.
Eye Candy: 1985 Fejer Super Seven Roadster