Buying or Selling a 1972 Lotus Elan?
Introduced in the early 1960s, the Lotus Elan was produced in different variants for over a decade. Designed by Colin Chapman, the Elan was built on a backbone frame with a fiberglass body. The goal was to make a simple and very light roadster that could compete with heavier and more luxurious sports cars of the era. Equipped with all-around disc brakes and independent suspension, the 1972 Lotus Elan was an advanced vehicle with excellent handling. From 1971 to 1973, the model offered was the Lotus Elan Sprint, based on the previous S4 model and powered by the same 1.6-liter, 126-hp engine with Weber carburetors. The model’s main design cue was the bicolored body, with a golden line separating the lower white paint and upper color chosen by the buyer.
1972 Lotus Elan Seller’s Guide
Thinking about selling a convertible 1972 Lotus Elan Sprint, a Lotus Elan coupe or a Lotus Elan Plus 2? The Alex Manos team is a good place to start. Their collection includes numerous models of classics cars of all makes models and conditions. The experts are regularly adding new classics to their growing inventory and the team is known for providing excellent service and making top dollar offers. In addition to their reputation for fair and honest deals, the Alex Manos team is known for sharing useful tips and advice on how to make a smart transaction. For one, they’ll tell you to present the car detailed and in a nice environment to make a good first impression. Acquiring a classic car is an emotional purchase that will be triggered by sharing your experience and memories with your classic.
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The Alex Manos is ready to assist you with the sale of your 1972 Lotus Elan. If you want a hassle-free and easy transaction, contact the team or come visit the Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime. The team is looking forward to seeing your classic and will make you a top dollar offer on the spot should it fit their collection.