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Lomax

UK, 1983-2004.
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The Lomax Motor Company pioneered the use of 2CV running gear which has since been widely copied by other kit manufactures and adopted by special builders in the prolific Citroen Specials Club.


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The original 2CV-kitcar is the Lomax. It has been produced ever since 1983 by the Lomax Motor Company in England.

The inventor was inspired by sportscars like the Morgan tricycle. This was a feared opponent in the prewar races. The one rearwheel combined with its low weight made it incredibly fast at bended tracks.


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delamanoe3220 days ago

Je cherche pour achat une "lomax" 4 roues.

où trouver une lomax en France ?
Merci de votre aide !

Thomas keogh3193 days ago

Looking for kit car bodies for citroen 2cv
to make my own kit car .
Would you send me details or manuels

My address is
Haroldstown
Tullow
Co.Carlow
Ireland

Thank you

BARADAT Eva2460 days ago

y a-t-il un importateur agréé pour la France pour es LOMAX ,

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