The Lotus Elan is a famous British sports car produced from 1962 to 1973. This two-seater roadster was available with an optional hardtop and also in a coupe variant from 1965. The first series of Lotus Elan was made between 1962 and 1964 and featured a steel backbone chassis with a fiberglass body. Colin Chapman designed the model with the objective of keeping the weight as low as possible, which made the model efficient and enjoyable to drive. Technologically, the 1963 Lotus Elan was an advanced vehicle, featuring a DOHC 1.6-liter engine, rack and pinion steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and four-wheel independent suspension system. Esthetically, the Lotus Elan was a pleasing model recognizable to its pop-up headlights and curved windshield.
From its introduction, the Lotus Elan was a popular sports car and was produced in large numbers. Finding a good example that has been well taken care of can be a real hassle however. The Beverly Hills Car Club team can help you evaluate any models of 1963 Lotus Elan. Thanks to their unmatched expertise and long-time experience in the classic car industry, the experts of The Beverly Hills Car Club know what to look at and they regularly share valuable tips and advice with their customers and friends. For example, know that customers could order their Lotus Elan as a kit and assemble it themselves. If you’re looking at a kit example of 1963 Lotus Elan, be sure to inspect the body thoroughly to evaluate its integrity.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is available to assist you with the research and purchase of your 1963. Additionally, their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a large inventory of classics of all makes, models, and conditions. Come visit soon and take a look at the current models of 1963 Lotus Elan for sale. The team is looking forward to meeting you and to helping you find your perfect classic.
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