Buying or Selling a 1975 Lotus Elan?
The production of the Lotus Elan started in 1962 and ended in 1975. The model was made in five different series: S1, S2, S3, S4, and Sprint. The last generation featured disc brakes, all-independent suspension and a 126-hp, 1.6-liter engine with Weber carburetors. Inside, a one-piece wooden dashboard was fitted, providing the indispensable gauges and knobs. The main design cues were pop-up headlights and the bicolored body paint separated by a horizontal golden line. The Lotus Elan was designed by Colin Chapman and was popular for its unmatched handling capabilities and efficiency brought by a combination of lightweight and high torque. This last generation of Lotus Elan was the most advanced and is highly sought after by collectors nowadays.
1975 Lotus Elan Seller’s Guide
If you’re thinking about selling a 1975 Lotus Elan Plus 2, Alex Manos and his team would love to take a look at your model. Whether your Elan has sound mechanics and working electronics or requires a lot of work, the team is interested. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership carries a large inventory of classic cars of all makes, models, and conditions. The experts regularly buy and sell classics all over the world. Call the team today to find out how much they’d offer for your 1975 Lotus Elan. In addition to their growing collection, the team is known for regularly sharing useful tips and advice with their clients and friends. Looking for a checklist of best practices for selling a classic? The Alex Manos team will give you all the information you need to make the best transaction.
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Call the Alex Manos team today and ask to speak with a classic Lotus expert. The friendly staff will make a top dollar offer on the spot for your 1975 Lotus Elan. In addition, the staff will offer to take care of transportation from anywhere in the US, including Alaska. Get connected soon and experience a hassle-free and easy transaction!