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FS: 1999 Caterham 7 Supersprint in Northern California

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  • FS: 1999 Caterham 7 Supersprint in Northern California

    1999 Caterham Supersprint

    Registered SB100 - Smog Exempt
    Approximately 10k miles, Odometer reads 2k (Odometer was broken when I bought it but works now)
    Ford Crossflow (cortina or pinto) with Dual Weber 40 DCOE's, 5 Speed Ford T9 Transmission
    Live Axle car
    5 13" Minilites with 205/60R13 Sumitomo HR200's (80% Life left)
    New Fiberglass on all 4 corners and nose
    Aluminum is not in the best shape, but looks nice enough to be driven and enjoyed.
    Full weather gear, wind deflectors
    Full carpet and Floor Mats
    Full Manual and Paperwork included
    13x8" Steel wheels included (need to confirm measurements)
    No Wipers (Motor included but no arms/blades)

    I'm sure there's more and I will be update as I remember. I can deliver in Northern California.

    Only selling because we're looking to buy a house and this will help with the down payment.


    Last edited by GWise; October 4, 2011, 08:38 PM.

  • #2
    Stupid student loans. Only $47k to go! Would you consider a trade for an SV650 and some internal organs? Redundant kidneys isn't the Chapman way anyway.


    • #3
      Interested in your 7 for sale

      Hi Geoff,

      I'm looking to buy a 7 for something in the region of $20k (preferably a little less). Can you tell me any more about the engine at all please? What cc? What bhp? And the brakes ...disc not drum?

      I'm in the UK at the moment (where I'm from, near Caterham, Surrey!) but live in LA. I'm back in California on August 5th so could go ahead then.

      Look forward to hearing from you and cheers for now,



      • #4
        Hi Simon,

        You have PM.


        • #5
          Price lowered to $19,900


          • #6
            Been away for about 1.5 months (just got married) and the dust is finally starting to settle.

            I've lowered the price to $18,900.

            You can reach me through PM or


            • #7
              Last edited by GWise; October 10, 2011, 09:39 AM.


              • #8
                Did the car stay in CA?

                Are you willing to tell us where it went?


                • #9
                  Car was driven down to San Diego (and arrived safely and without issue I might add).

                  I believe the new owner will be taking it back with him to texas eventually, but it will stay in San Diego in the interim.


                  • #10
                    Is the new owner on the list?

                    Interested in a blat?

                    I'm in Escondido, on the north side of San Diego.

                    '62 Lotus Seven
                    '84 Turbo Esprit (x2)
                    '14 Evora
                    '77 Esprit S1 (RIP) :(

                    "A man must keep a little back shop where he can be himself without reserve. In solitude alone can he know true freedom." -Michel De Montaigne 1588


                    • #11
                      I'll email this thread to him to see if he's interested.