Buying or Selling a 1977 Lotus Esprit?
The Lotus Esprit was manufactured from 1976 to 2004 in many different variants. The Lotus Esprit Series 1 model was offered in 1977 and was distinguishable by its FIAT X1/9 taillights, shovel-style front air dam and Wolfrace alloy wheels. Inside the cabin was a one-piece instrument cluster with green little Veglia gauges. Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign penned the Esprit with straight lines, sharp angles, and geometrical shapes. A 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine powered the car, offering an output of 160 hp for the European trim and 140 hp for the US trim. The unit was matted to the same five-speed manual gearbox than previously fitted on the Maserati Merak. The Lotus Esprit was a fun and efficient sports car with a top speed of 138 mph as claimed by Lotus, and a 0-to-60 mph acceleration under 7 seconds.
1977 Lotus Esprit Seller’s Guide
Whether you own a model of 1977 Lotus Esprit with some interesting history or a more affordable one, the Alex Manos team is interested. The experts are always on the look for new models of classics to grow their collection and they’re known for making top dollar offers on the spot. Their team of friendly experts will also share useful tips and advice with future owners, to help them make a good transaction. For one, be sure to include some interesting facts in your descriptions. For example, you can raise the interest of potential buyers by saying that the 1977 Lotus Esprit Series 1 was James Bond’s car in The Spy Who Loved Me, transforming in a submarine under water!
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