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Lotus F1 engine coffee table

Lotus F1 engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table
  • engine coffee table

£9,500

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Engine coffee table

Key features

  • V12 Engine block made by Lamborghini for the lotus 102 F1 car. 
  • A piece of F1 history.
  • Size: 1000MM W X 520MM D X 465MM H
  • Perfect for any car and motor sports enthusiast.
  • ONLY ONE AVAILABLE.

This Coffee table is made from one of the only V12 engines Lamborghini made for the lotus 102 formula One car. The engine is suspended on two custom made chromed side supports that provide support through into the fixing points on the engine block so as not to damage the piece. On top of these supports sits a barrel shaped glass top with a beveled edge.

For any car enthusiast this is a must in interior style.

History of this engine coffee table.

The Lamborghini V12 engine was used initially by Larrousse-Calmels team for the 1989 season who used it again in 1990 as did Camel Team Lotus, Larrousse earning its first podium with driver Aguri Suzuki in Japan & the team finishing sixth in the world championship.

In 1991 Larrousse became Ligier while Lotus were replaced by Modena Team.

The Lamborghini 3512,  V12 of 3496 cc was used in the Camel Team Lotus 102 designed by Frank Dernie & used during the 1990 F1 season, their total race points of 3 being won by Derek Warwick with a 6th place in Canada & a 5th place in Hungary that year.

This V12 Lamborghini produced 700bhp at 13,000rpm (750bhp at 14,000rpm in race trim).  Team Lotus only produced five 102 chassis for the season.  There is only one 102 chassis known today to be in running condition & that turns out regularly for the Good-wood occasions.

Only being used for one season and having come from a clear out of Team Lotus parts some years ago this is a very rare Lamborghini block.

To learn more about this spectacular one off item read the blog HERE

To learn more about the 102 read HERE

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Engine coffee table

Key features

  • V12 Engine block made by Lamborghini for the lotus 102 F1 car. 
  • A piece of F1 history.
  • Size: 1000MM W X 520MM D X 465MM H
  • Perfect for any car and motor sports enthusiast.
  • ONLY ONE AVAILABLE.

This Coffee table is made from one of the only V12 engines Lamborghini made for the lotus 102 formula One car. The engine is suspended on two custom made chromed side supports that provide support through into the fixing points on the engine block so as not to damage the piece. On top of these supports sits a barrel shaped glass top with a beveled edge.

For any car enthusiast this is a must in interior style.

History of this engine coffee table.

The Lamborghini V12 engine was used initially by Larrousse-Calmels team for the 1989 season who used it again in 1990 as did Camel Team Lotus, Larrousse earning its first podium with driver Aguri Suzuki in Japan & the team finishing sixth in the world championship.

In 1991 Larrousse became Ligier while Lotus were replaced by Modena Team.

The Lamborghini 3512,  V12 of 3496 cc was used in the Camel Team Lotus 102 designed by Frank Dernie & used during the 1990 F1 season, their total race points of 3 being won by Derek Warwick with a 6th place in Canada & a 5th place in Hungary that year.

This V12 Lamborghini produced 700bhp at 13,000rpm (750bhp at 14,000rpm in race trim).  Team Lotus only produced five 102 chassis for the season.  There is only one 102 chassis known today to be in running condition & that turns out regularly for the Good-wood occasions.

Only being used for one season and having come from a clear out of Team Lotus parts some years ago this is a very rare Lamborghini block.

To learn more about this spectacular one off item read the blog HERE

To learn more about the 102 read HERE