Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall

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A fantastic example of 1960s British design by Derek Birdsall

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Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall
Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall

 

Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall
Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall

 

Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall
Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall

 

Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall
Lotus Seven Series 2, Folded Brochure, 1960. Designed by Derek Birdsall
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