The stunning, 2 owner Caterham 7 Supersport here at Hofmanns started out life as the 1996 British Motor Show display vehicle and was purchased by its first owner directly from the show stand. Having covered just 15,000 miles in the past 23 year, this car is accompanied by a comprehensive history file, which includes the original bill of sale.
Finished in Blue metallic with black leather seating and center tunnel, this Super 7 benefits from full wet weather kit, upgrade Caterham 16” alloys and additional rear wheel carrier.
The Caterham 7 (or Caterham Seven) is a super-lightweight sports car produced by Caterham Cars in the United Kingdom. It is based on the Lotus Seven, a lightweight sports car sold in kit and factory-built form by Lotus Cars, from 1957 to 1972.
After Lotus ended production of the Lotus Seven, Caterham bought the rights to the design, and today make both kits and fully assembled cars
In 1973, Lotus decided to shed its kit car image and concentrate on limited series motor racing cars and up-market sports cars. As part of this plan, it sold the rights to the Seven to its only remaining agents, Caterham Cars in England and Steel Brothers Limited in New Zealand. At the time the current production car was the Series 4, but when Caterham ran out of the Lotus Series 4 kits in 1974 they introduced its own version of the Series 3, as the Caterham Seven. The modern day Roadsports and Superlights (in “narrow-bodied chassis” form) are the direct descendants of this car and therefore of the original Lotus 7.
As with all our cars here at Hofmann’s the car has undergone a comprehensive pre sales inspection by one of our trained technicians.
All vehicles supplied through Hofmann’s have funding options available, are all warranted and part exchanges welcome.