Buying or Selling a 1976 Lotus Eclat?
Based on its predecessor, the Lotus Elite, the Eclat model made its debut in 1974 and was built using a fiberglass structure and a steel chassis. The Lotus Eclat offered more storage in the trunk thanks to its fastback body style, but the inside was still tight. The Lotus Eclat was made in two different series. A four-cylinder Lotus 907 Slant Four engine with a capacity of 2 liters and an output of 160 hp powered the series 1, which production ran until 1980. A four or five-speed gearbox was matted to transmit the power to the wheels. The car was well equipped, featuring disc brakes in the front, drums in the rear and four independent wheels. The Lotus Eclat offered satisfying performance thanks to its super light body, and was also praised for its great handling capabilities.
1976 Lotus Eclat Seller’s Guide
Thinking about selling your 1976 Lotus Eclat? The Alex Manos team can help you evaluate the market and find out when is the best time to get a good offer. The team will also share some tips and advice to help you make an easy and hassle-free transaction. One thing they’ll recommend is to be honest when describing the history, condition, special features, and specifications of your model. Classic Lotus buyers are typically well educated and will be looking for rust damage, functioning electronics, and chassis integrity. Don’t hesitate to call Alex Manos and his team today for more tips. Moreover, their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a sizable collection of classics, which the experts are looking to enlarge.
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Connect with the Alex Manos team today to inquire about the value of your 1976 Lotus Eclat in the current market and ask for their offer. The friendly staff will go the extra mile to provide you with a fair deal and ensure you have an easy and hassle-free transaction. The team is looking forward to working with you!