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I suppose ranking somewhere in my top 10 would be the Lotus Esprit S1, which to me as a 9-year-old was a car that was driven only by James Bond, and also the only car driven by the world's most suave secret agent.I wanted one – it, actually, because I didn't know there were other Esprit S1s, or other Lotuses for that matter.It was amazing; even with the Lotus in pieces I could still visualize it in its completed form.It made even more sense when I recalled that over the years Lotus had built numerous Esprit models using different engine types and transmissions to power the car, not to mention a wide range of components for lighting, brakes, suspension, engine peripherals and interior parts, but always with the same two bodies (first the Bond car and later the 1987 redesign), albeit with several significant modifications over the years.
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