For Sale: Front Seats to Suit Lotus Cortina MK1

Lotus Cortina Seats

Friend of the club Trevor has a pair of front seats to suit a Lotus Cortina MK1 available for sale.

These are original items which have never been restored and include the powder-coated frames. They have never been used and have been stored in a dark room.

If you’re interested, please reach out to Seth at [email protected] and he’ll put you in touch.

South Australian Lotus Torque, for May 2022

Images courtesy Bruce Hannant and Andrew Stevens: Adrian Zagame hussling his Exige downhill

South Australian Lotus correspondent Andrew Stevens checks in with all the news from South Australia as we head into May, 2022.

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Lotus Photos: Sandy Bay Tasmania, May 2022

Sandy Bay Get Together, May 2022

Images thanks to Robert Verhey

Our friends in Tasmania get together most months at Sandy Bay to kick tyres and chat about life, Lotus and everything. Robert Verhey made it to May 2022’s catch-up, held on Sunday the 1st, and very kindly reached out with a few photos that you can enjoy below.

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Lotus Photos: LOST Fraternity at the 2022 MGCC National Meeting

LOST Fraternity at the 2022 MG Nationals

Images thanks to Jack McLaughlin

The LOST Fraternity took an Easter Saturday run to check out the MG Car Club Newcastle’s MG National Meeting ‘MGs by the Lake’ concours d’elegance on Saturday the 16th of April, 2022. Jack McLauchlin has kindly reached out with some photos, which you can enjoy below.

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Lotus Photos: Sandy Bay Tasmania, April 2022

Images thanks to Robert Verhey

Our friends in Tasmania get together most months at Sandy Bay to kick tyres and chat about life, Lotus and everything. Robert Verhey made it to April 2022’s catch-up, held on Sunday the 3rd, and very kindly reached out with a few photos that you can enjoy below.

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Lotus Photos: LOST Fraternity End of Daylight Saving Breakfast

Lost Fraternity End of Daylight Savings Breakfast 2022

Images thanks to Jack McLaughlin

On Sunday the 3rd of April, 2022, the LOST Fraternity took a run to Murray’s Beach to mark the first day after we rolled back the clocks for winter. Jack McLaughlin kindly reached out with a few shots from the catch-up, which you can enjoy below.

Meeting in Belmont, they took a short run down the Pacific Highway to Murray’s Beach, where they caught up before heading into Murray’s Restaurant for a coffee.

Lost Fraternity End of Daylight Savings Breakfast 2022

The LOST Fraternity are based north of Sydney and go for social runs once or twice a month. If you’d like to get involved, send Seth an email and he’ll put you in touch.

Images thanks to Jack McLaughlin

Lost Fraternity End of Daylight Savings Breakfast 2022

Ashton’s President’s Prattle for April, 2022

CSCA 2022 R1 Ashton Roskill

Happy autumn all,

What with everything else going on (geopolitically and weather-wise) I have rather lost track of time – and given that we didn’t get a summer in NSW this year, the fact that we have bumped into autumn already came as a bit of a surprise to me.

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