Evans 387 LM 2004

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Evans 387 LM '04
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Handcrafted with care by a remarkable handful of enthusiasts operating under the name Evans Automobiles, based in Stone Mountain, Georgia (USA).

The Evans flagship car is the 386 LM. It is a limited production, two seat, closed cockpit sports car that is closely based on the LeMans and FIA sporting regulations for GTP racing. The Evans 386 LM’s performance is on par with the world’s fastest, most exotic, and expensive cars. The car has a tubular space frame and carbon fiber body. The suspension and aerodynamics are based on racing design and together provide unparalleled grip.

The base engine is a 346 cu. in., 440 hp aluminum V8. Standard features include a carbon fiber and leather appointed interior with cork and leather wrapped roll cage, Quaiffe limited slip differential, 6 piston front and 4 piston rear calipers. Also included as standard are a single element, adjustable carbon fiber rear wing and rear diffuser. An optional 427 cu. in. engine (model designation 387) with 550 hp is available. Optional equipment includes air conditioning, power steering, hydraulic ride height control, rear view camera and CD/DVD/radio.

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I'm just undecided on whether I should call it " Evans 387 LM " or " Silva 387 LM " since Evans Automobiles changed their name to Silva Exotic Cars in 2005.
 
............Wow. E.T. much? One of the most strangest looking car I've seen in a while. Did this actually pass the road car homologation rules?? Those rear lights look awful small to me to pass the test.
 
I'm just undecided on whether I should call it " Evans 387 LM " or " Silva 387 LM " since Evans Automobiles changed their name to Silva Exotic Cars in 2005.
I believe that if it was added in it would be called Silva 387 LM as that's the name of the company today, isn't it?
 
Another nice find @Tsukishima. Low weight and high power is always a good combination.

I wonder who thought it was a good idea to have the girl standing on the rear wing. Maybe she was not meant to be there and this was in fact an ambitious and brazing photo-bomb...
 
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