Selling a 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe


1973 Porsche 911 E Coupe
1973 Porsche 911 E Coupe

The 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe and Targa models would be considered the last of the “middle-years” cars and would be considered part of the F-Series of 911 production. One of the most useful changes that would come about during 1973 would be the addition of strengthening beams in the doors, which gave improved protection against side impact collisions. This, of course, happened during a time when the United States (one of Porsche’s biggest markets) would be passing new regulations on safety and emissions. Other small visual clues that a 911E is a 1973 model-year include headlight and taillight surrounds that were black rather than chrome, as well as front quarter grilles finished with the same material. Cast aluminum wheels also debuted in 1973, which were cheaper. Boasting five chunky spokes, these wheels became known as the “cookie cutter” wheels. When it comes time to sell your 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe, these are some of the characteristics that buyers will be looking for to ensure your car is authentic.


1973 Porsche 911E Coupe Seller’s Guide

Like any classic car, there are some areas of concern that potential buyers will have about your 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe that will need to be addressed before the buyer will feel confident in purchasing. Some of these items are originality, authenticity, overall condition, and asking price. With the 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe, one of the main concerns after authenticity will be rust, as rust plays quite a roll in the life of the 911. While some rust may not stop buyers from purchasing, it will be important that your price accurately reflects the overall condition of your Porsche 911. Thankfully, there are buyers looking for models of all conditions. From 911E Coupes that need complete restoration to mint-condition originals that are worthy of the finest showroom, you’ll find that interest in the 911 has only grown over the decades. Prepare for the sale of your classic 911 by having documentation and pictures handy, and by doing things like cleaning/washing the car, clearing a space in the garage for potential buyers to view the car, or by having a pre-sale inspection performed.



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These are just a few of the many Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team has learned over their years of experience buying and selling Porsche 911 models. When you’re ready to learn more about your 1973 Porsche 911E Coupe, or to see if your model would be one the Alex Manos team is interested in purchasing, please do not hesitate to contact them today. They would be delighted to learn more and are always willing to offer you top dollar. Connect today to get started!


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