Buying or Selling a 1978 Lotus Eclat?
Introduced in 1974, the Lotus Eclat was produced until 1980 for the Series 1, and then replaced by the Series 2. The second-generation model was only manufactured for two years before the model was discontinued in favor of the Lotus Excel. The Eclat was based on its predecessor, the Lotus Elite. The main differences were the increased cabin and trunk space created by the new fastback rear end design. The body was modern, with iconic pop-up lights, straight lines and sharp angles and the construction combined a steel chassis and a fiberglass body. A 2.0-liter Lotus engine with four straight cylinders powered the 1978 Lotus Eclat, generating an output of 160 hp. The car featured all independent wheels and disc brakes in the front and was overall a very well equipped model, offering satisfying performance.
1978 Lotus Eclat Seller’s Guide
One thing to do when looking to sell a 1978 Lotus Eclat is to check the market value and trends. The Alex Manos team can help you define what your options are and when is the best time to sell your model. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, Alex Manos and his team have acquired a valuable expertise and often share tips and advice with their clients and friends. Don’t hesitate to call and ask for their best practice recommendations. Moreover, the team is looking for new models of classics to add to their growing inventory. Your 1978 Lotus Eclat might be of interest to them, in which case they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot. The team is known for their fair and honest deals as well as their excellent customer service.
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Call the Alex Manos team today to find out how much the experts would offer for your 1978 Lotus Eclat. The team will take into consideration the history and condition of the model, along with the current market value for classics. Contact the Alex Manos team today and experience a hassle-free transaction.