Selling a 1973 Porsche 911E

 

1973 Porsche 911 E
1973 Porsche 911 E

The F-Series 1973 Porsche 911E would see very minor changes from the previously released E-Series of 1972. One of the most historically interesting changes to the 1973 Porsche 911E would involve the oil tank. During the 1972 model-year, the an external oil-filler was added to the right-hand rear wing, which had caused quite a bit of confusion and caused owners to accidentally put fuel in the oil-filler with disastrous results. Porsche acted quickly and returned the oil tank to its original position, with the oil-filler tucked safely away in its traditional placement under the engine compartment lid. There were some other small, less noticeable changes to the 911E in 1973, which included new strengthening beams in the doors to give increased protection during a side impact. Rear light surrounds and front quarter grilles were now finished in matte black, which was the fashion of the era, while cast aluminum wheels that featured five chunky spokes would be added. Lastly, a front lip spoiler similar to the one on the 911S of 1972 was added to the 911E in 1973. These are just a few of the characteristics that can help you identify your particular model as a 1973 Porsche 911E to potential buyers.

 

1973 Porsche 911E Seller’s Guide

If you’re looking for Seller’s Tips for the 1973 Porsche 911E, you’ve come to the right place. The Alex Manos team specializes in the purchase and sale of American and European classics of all makes, models and conditions, and would be delighted to share their expertise with you. First and foremost, their team wants to remind you that buyers will certainly want to authenticate your Porsche prior to purchase. This can be accomplished by comparing engine and chassis numbers against Porsche records, providing a Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche, or providing records and documentation that show the history of the car. Next, serious buyers will want to inspect the car. Rust is a particular issue with the 911, so any areas of rust should be pointed out to the buyer. Of course, your asking price should reflect the rarity, overall condition and demand for your particular model.

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Always in the market to add new cars to their growing collection of classics, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to learn more about your model to determine if it will fit into their California classic car dealership’s inventory. They are known for offering top dollar in cash, and can evaluate your 1973 Porsche 911E on the spot. Connect with their team today to learn more about their stress-free sales process. They look forward to hearing from you soon!

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