Selling a 1971 Porsche 911E
The 1971 Porsche 911E would be part of the D-Series of Porsche 911 production, which was first introduced in August 1970. There would be approximately 4,927 Porsche 911E models produced during the D-Series. Practically identical to the 1970 model, there were just a few detail changes, most of which were not obvious to the untrained eye. However, one of the most important upgrades was the hot-dip zinc coating that the exposed sections of the underbody would receive. Intended as additional rust protection, this coating would help protect the body of the 911E. Other small but significant changes included a fuel pump hat was moved to the front cross-member of the rear of the car, new crankshaft oil-squirters and a revised, sealed chain tensioner. More obvious changes would include three-speed wipers with an intermittent setting and a twist knob fitted to the center of the glove box. If you’re thinking about selling a 1971 Porsche 911E, these are some of the selling features that can help you advertise your classic 911E to the public.
1971 Porsche 911E Seller’s Guide
Many classic car collectors and Porsche enthusiasts believe that the 1971 Porsche 911E D-Series model is worth seeking out thanks to its zinc coating. However, there are those that believe any classic car of this age is susceptible to rust. Additionally, the “downside” of this particular model – if any – is that this was the last model to include the troublesome hydro-pneumatic system. In many cases this system has been replaced, however educated buyers may want to know whether your 911E is still fitted with the original system. Whether or not they seek out a car with the original system is personal preference. These are just a few of the Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team has learned over their years of experience buying and selling in the classic car market.
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When you’re ready to learn more about the 1971 Porsche 911E’s current value in today’s market, Alex and his team of classic car professionals are standing by to assist you. Always in the market to add new classics to their inventory, it would be their pleasure to learn more about your Porsche. Should it fit into their collection, they will be happy to offer you top dollar in cash. Learn more by connecting with their team today and look forward to being one step closer to finding a new home for your classic Porsche. Connect today to get started!