From a deceased estate; one owner from build; great history file; low
mileage; for recommissioning following 10 years in storage
The Lomax 224 is a British designed kit car using a fibreglass body mounted on an unmodified 2CV chassis, using the original 602cc twin cylinder 2CV engine producing 35bhp.
The name Lomax 224 is a reference to the design of the car, two cylinders, two seats, four wheels, other models included the 223, a three-wheeler version and the 424 which featured the four-cylinder engine from the Citroen GS or GSA.
This 224 has been sat garaged since 2013 when unfortunately, the sole owner and builder of the car passed away. We are told this was the last time the vehicle was started, so it may be wise to assume some light reconditioning may be in order. Otherwise in fabulous condition it looks to have been put together rather well, showing just 8,301 miles which is backed up by the recent MOT history.
It comes with every piece of documentation you could imagine, from 2CV Haynes manuals, nearly every single MOT certificate from its conversion, original Lomax assembly instructions, Lomax brochures, parts manuals and even photographs of the complete 2CV that was used for the conversion. It also has a detailed assembly log compiled by the owner since 1977 as he pieced the car together, plus the original parts order list.
Finished in the same colour as the donor 2CV, the bodywork looks to be in overall nice condition, as do the interior and engine compartment. We have not tried to start the vehicle due to its time off the road.
Sure to be a great bit of fun on a sunny day, this beautifully cared for and well-documented Lomax could be the best example for sale anywhere today.
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