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A Description from the man who built the Westfield: Westfield SEi Wide Body, built by myself using all new parts and registered in 1994, with just over 7000 miles and the appropriate registration for that year (L reg.) which at a glance looks like LOTUS NOT Q reg. This is a Prisoner replica and badged as such with original Lotus badges. My car’s build quality is second to none, using the best of materials, most of which are stainless steel and it includes many uprated parts including polycarbonate wind deflectors, beautiful hand made chequred, vaneer dashboard, which my late father made, proper Moto Lita red leather steering wheel which was made specially by Moto Lita for this car, and Nitrous oxide which boosts the car from 135 hp to approximately 235 hp which is gentle enough for the engine, as its done using a controller, and enough to see off enthustastic bikes on B roads! Currently using 100 bhp jets which believe me is enough. I have a selection of jets up to 150 bhp if you are brave enough. The Fitting of this system is very subtle and as you can see from the photographs do not spoil the classic looks of the car. The system is made by Wizards of Nos who are the best, and all parts have a lifetime guarantee. The system only works on full throttle and only if you switch it on and to be truthfull it doesn’t really need it. Wheels are 14” Supalites which are fitted with 185/60/14 competition medium compound tarmack tyres which are road legal. To complement its classic lines I also used chrome suspension wish bones and springs and swept wings which are rare these days, however in my opinion look better than cycle wings at the expense of top speed which these cars are not about anyway. I am 6’4” and drive it no problems as all, these cars are for small people so all you big guys who don’t fit this type of car you can now! I can convert it back to normal very quickly, if you are of normal height! As you can see from the mileage I’m just not using it enough, 7000 miles in 22 years, it’s time to let it go!