The Lotus 23B was designed by Coloin Chapman as a small displacement sports racing car. To comply with racing rules it was built as a two seater and was purpose built for racing with a driver alone. Its light weight and spectacular handling made the car an instant success. The car is a space frame design with a fiberglass body. This 1964 23B recreation was built from scratch. A new frame was constructed to the exact original design and the rebuild process began utilizing all new components. The goal was to keep the car true to its original design and ensure that the build was to the highest possible standard. A 2 litre BMW engine was fitted complete with twin Webers. The rear end was widened and Wilwood brakes with vented rotors fitted together with a new Mk 9 Hewland 5 speed gearbox. The car has not been driven since this recreation. This is a great opportunity to acquire a new Lotus 23B track car which will be fast and competitive.