Buying or Selling a 1974 Lotus Elan?
The Lotus Elan model was first introduced in the early 1960s and initially offered in a coupe and convertible two-seater. A Plus 2 model was introduced in 1967 with a longer chassis, a higher roofline, and two additional seats in the back. Throughout the years, the Elan model evolved in four series—S1, S1, S3 and S4— and the last model called the Spirit. The Lotus Elan Plus 2 remained in production until 1975 while the coupe and convertible two-seater models were discontinued in 1973. The interior of the 1974 Lotus Elan Plus 2 featured powered windows, a full wood-grain dashboard and few gauges and knobs. A 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine with Weber carburetors powered the car and was linked to a four-speed gearbox—or five-speed gearbox on option.
1974 Lotus Elan Seller’s Guide
Should you be selling a model of 1974 Lotus Elan, the Alex Manos team would love to take a look at it. If your model fits their current inventory, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot. Their team of classic car experts has an extensive knowledge of the market in terms of availabilities and value. The friendly staff is always happy to help clients and friends sell their classic at a fair price and in a hassle-free environment. Call their Los Angeles classic car dealership today and ask for their tips and advice to help you make a smart transaction. One recommendation from the team is to take professional and detailed shots of your model. This will allow potential buyers to get a good idea of the condition of the car and raise their interest.
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Come visit the Los Angeles classic car dealership today and find out how much the Alex Manos team would offer for your 1974 Lotus Elan. The team is looking forward to meeting you soon! If you’re not in the area, don’t hesitate to call. The experts will assist you from anywhere in the country.