Selling A 1974 Aston Martin V8
In 1974, the Series 3 of the Aston Martin V8 (or AM V8) was being produced. This new version used four, twin-choke Weber carburetors instead of the Bosch fuel injection system that was used in previous models. This modification was made to help pass the new stricter California emission standards that were being employed at the time. The update changed the shape of the engine and a taller hood scoop was used to adapt. With the manual transmission, the Series 3 was said to produce 310hp and reach 60 mph in 5.7seconds, which slightly varies from the previous versions. With its four-inline headlights (later designs used a single headlight configuration) and a large front air dam, the contemporary design of the AM V8 is very distinct. Should you be interested in selling an example of a 1974 Aston Martin V8, come visit the Alex Manos garage and connect with the experts to get started. They have the industry connections and resources to help you get top dollar for your model.
1974 Aston Martin V8 Seller’s Guide
The Series 3 cars were produced from 1973 through October 1978, with a stop in 1975. Just 967 examples of the AM V8 were made in this time frame. One thing you can notice if you look closely is the louvers cut into the panel situated under the rear windshield on some of the earlier models, whereas the Series 3 have a small lip at the bottom of this panel instead, just before of the prominent point of the trunk cover. When selling a 1974 Aston Martin V8, these distinguishing features are important to point out to potential buyers. When you’re thinking about selling a 1974 Aston Martin V8, you’ll also want to make sure to prepare a file with all the documentation you have on the classic. Keep in mind that a lot of factors go into the appraisal of a classic car, and it may be in your best interest to enlist the help of a qualified Aston Martin classic expert like those at the Alex Manos team.
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Call the Alex Manos team today to get started. They will facilitate your selling experience with great advice and top customer service. Visit the website today for more information on their services. Should they be interested in your 1974 Aston Martin V8 classic, they will make you a great offer in cash. They have an extensive knowledge of today’s classic car market and can be a great resource in learning about the value of your vehicle. Connect today to get started!