Selling a 1973 Porsche 911 S
More than a decade had passed from the first release to the time the 1973 Porsche 911 S rolled around, and the iconic design had seen very few major changes to its basic styling. Subtle adjustments were used throughout the previous decade to keep the 911 relevant and that pattern would continue during the 1973 model-year. Buyers would see slight changes including the addition of larger black-rubber bumper guards and steel reinforced door beams per a new federal mandate. Perhaps the most notable was the new transmission options that now included the traditional “H” sifting pattern rather than the dogleg configuration that was seen in previous Porsche 911 models. Sitting on the long wheelbase body, the 911 S would now feature the 2.4L engine and would be the last of what many consider the “middle-years” cars. Whether you’ve had your Porsche 911 S since the day it came off the showroom floor or you’ve recently finished a restoration project you’ve been working on for months or even years, the Alex Manos team would be more than happy to use their experience and knowledge in the classic car market to help you find the perfect new home for your 1971 911.
1973 Porsche 911 S Seller’s Guide
In most cases, when selling your 1973 Porsche 911 S, buyers will want to have the car thoroughly inspected by a third-party. One of the best Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team can offer is for you to be accommodating for inspections with only those buyers who are serious. You can spend a lot of wasted time with buyers who are simply stringing you along. Furthermore, you can often times circumvent having to do an inspection by having one done prior to listing the car for sale. If you do this, you can show potential buyers the inspection and any areas that you fixed, etc. This can save you a lot of time and energy. Another important Seller’s Tip is to be always be upfront and honest about the condition of your car. Just because your 911 S isn’t in pristine condition, doesn’t mean there isn’t a buyer out there. In fact, there are a lot of buyers looking for fair condition models that they can restore, or even good driving models for use as a grocery-getter or car for their teenager. When you’re ready to explore your sales options, the Alex Manos team encourages you to contact them first. Not only can they help you establish a value for your 1973 911 S, they may want to purchase it for their own collection. If so, they are always willing to offer top-dollar in cash, on the spot.
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Selling a 1973 Porsche 911 S can be a fun time but also one filled with emotion. Let the Alex Manos team of classic car professionals be your guide as you find a new home for your Porsche. They look forward to hearing from you and welcome you to contact their California classic car dealership today. Connect now to get started!