Was there ever such an unholy combination as the Lotus Spares Department and British Railways?
As a young, expanding company, Lotus are chaotic; whatever will they be like in middle age? By the way, in case the above remarks be considered completely destructive, I hasten to add that I consider the Elan to be a great credit to the company and an unfailing source of pleasure to its owner.
Mullion. R. S. Wilson.
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