1975 was the last year of production for the Lotus Elan. The model was first produced in 1962 and was made in five different series: S1, S2, S3, S4, and Sprint. The last generation was the most advanced, featuring disc brakes, all-independent suspension, and a 126-hp, 1.6-liter engine with Weber carburetors. The interior was simple but well made, with a one-piece wooden dashboard and the indispensable gauges and knobs. The body was recognizable to its pop-up headlights and bicolored paint separated by a horizontal golden line. Designed by Colin Chapman, the Lotus Elan was popular for its unmatched handling capabilities and efficiency brought by a combination of lightweight and high torque.
If you’re thinking about purchasing a classic Lotus, the 1975 Lotus Elan Plus 2 is a great model. A model with sound mechanics and working electronics can be quite reliable and easy to maintain. The driving experience matches those of modern sports cars. The Beverly Hills Car Club carries a large inventory of classic cars for sale. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership regularly buys and sells models of all makes, models, and conditions. Call the team today to find out about the latest acquisitions. Inquire about models of 1975 Lotus Elan for sale and experience a hassle-free and enjoyable purchase. 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 questions to ask the seller? The Beverly Hills Car Club will introduce you to the best practices for buying a classic at the right price.
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