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Unique car posters and technical evolution history charts

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Lotus Esprit production history poster print

Printed on Premium Gloss 240 gsm Paper Stock | Scroll down to see larger image and buy this print

This poster print created by me profiles the production history of the 1976 to 2002 Lotus Esprit.  It includes 24 models representing all the models, trims, engine and mechanical changes, special editions and factory colours.

The cars included on the print are:

1976 Esprit S1
1978 Esprit S2
1978 Esprit Commemorative Edition (JPS) S2
1980 Esprit S2.2
1980 Essex Turbo Esprit
1981 Esprit Essex-Spec
1981 Esprit S3
1981 Turbo Esprit S3
1983 Turbo Esprit Investors Edition S3
1986 Turbo Esprit HC
1986 Turbo Esprit HCi
1987 Esprit Turbo X180
1989 Esprit Turbo SE X180
1990 Esprit X180R
1991 Esprit Jim Clark Edition X180
1993 Esprit Sport 300 X180
1993 Esprit Turbo S4
1994 Esprit Turbo S4s
1996 Esprit V8
1998 Esprit GT
1998 Esprit SE
1998 Esprit GT3
1999 Esprit Sport 350
2002 Esprit 25th Anniversary

Suitable as a framed print for the Lotus or British supercar enthusiast!

PRINT SIZE: 19x13 inches
PAPER STOCK: 240gsm premium gloss (thick and shiny)

The word SAMPLE appears on the poster image just for website listing purposes, it's not on the actual print you receive.  Many hours of planning, research, illustrating and writing work have gone into the production of this print and I'm very proud of it.  My work is bought by enthusiasts from all corners of the world and is also often purchased to be given as gifts.


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France   3%
Australia   11%
United Kingdom   23%
Switzerland   3%
New Zealand   3%
Norway   3%
United States   46%
Denmark   3%