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  • Renault Clio

    £4,995 £4,995

    Renault Clio

    RENAULT CLIO SPORT 2.0 16V 172 BHP PHASE 1 (BUILD OF ONLY 1357) 3 OWNERS FROM NEW ONLY 54,000 MILES (CAMBELT DONE AT 31k) FULL DETAILED RENAULT & RENAULT SPECIALIST SERVICE HISTORY INCLUDES EVERY MOT TO VALIDATE MILEAGE S&F SPORTS STEALTH SYSTEM, KTR STEALTH EXHAUST AND KTR INDUCTION SYSTEM ALL FITTED AND DOCUMENTED BY K-TECH RACING FANTASTIC CAR TO ENJOY NOW OR CERTAINLY A FUTURE CLASSIC IN THE MAKING ASK FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON 01536 206279

    • Year: 2000

    Last update: 8 Days Old

    • Mileage: 54094 mi

    • Engine size: 2

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  • Registration Number D8445 Chassis number 33369 Engine Number 4994 Body: Open Drive formal Limousine with division. A magnificent & important historic car in untouched original order throughout. Originally ordered by Lady Lucy Markham, the wife of colliery owner Sir Henry Markham of Beachborough Park in Kent. This magnificent Renault carries limousine coachwork by one of France's most distinguished & longest lived Carrossiers, Kellner, founded in 1860 by harness maker Georges Kellner who continued in business until the outbreak of the second world war. Recalled another master coach builder, Jean Henri-Labourdette, whose premises adjoined the Kellner workshops in the Avenue de Malakoff, "Kellner coachwork was always executed in an impeccable fashion & their design , of classic inspiration , was always elegant in its sobriety." Sir Henry ordered the Renault in 1911 at the Paris Salon. It was registered in Kent on 11th September 1912 due to the time it took to build this bespoke body of the finest quality. Appropriately this stately carriage was used to carry the highest in the land, including King Edward the VIIIth & Prime Minister Lloyd George. The body takes the form of an open driv

    • Year: 1912

    Last update: 23 Days Old
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  • Vintage & Prestige
    01375 379719
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  • Renault 5 Turbo

    £10,995 £10,995

    Renault 5 Turbo

    Renault 5 Alpine Turbo. This and the R5 Gordini Turbo are now a rare cars in the UK and this one is in lovely condition having been restored by a well known mark specialist in Paris back in 2001. There are not many in this condition. It is excellent throughout and has not been welded which must be rarer still! It drives fabulously and is great fun. Recent work includes a proper gearbox rebuild, interior front seats have been restuffed and upholstered using the original cloth covers which are excellent. All brake discs and calipers etc are new, battery new, all fully serviced etc and ready to go with a new MOT. It goes like stink and handles superbly. It is fitted with a stainless Devil exhaust and new Nitron adjustable dampers Mechanically all is A1 and I would be happy to drive this car to the south of France if required. Speaking of which the car has a huge and very comprhensive service history file, also listing all the owners in France and the UK to date. It also comes with all the original French paperwork so it will not be a problem to re-register anywhere in Europe. Lots more pictures are available and can be sent on request. The car is located in East Sussex and is in easy reach of both Sea ports and Gatwick Airport. Viewing can be arranged at any time to suit and shippling or delivery anywhere in the UK or Europe can be arranged.

    • Year: 1983

    Last update: 26 Days Old
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  • SaabFlight
    01323 449908
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  • Renault Clio V6

    £45,000 £45,000

    Renault Clio V6

    This most highly desirable Clio v6 is now for sale. Whilst the Phase 2 Clio v6 is extremely rare, only 354 in the UK, this Clio v6 is the only one factory painted in Deep Bronze Illusion. Only one owner from new, the car comes with many sought after additions such as coil-over suspension and electric Recaro seats. No expense has been spared on this award winner. So special is this car, it just happens to belong to the founder of the v6clio car club. It has been fully maintained by the UK's leading Clio v6 specialist garage SG Motorsport. Formal valuation letter by the owners club at £50,000.00

    • Year: 2004

    Last update: 2 Days Old

    • Mileage: 30000 mi

    • Engine size: 3

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  • James Robinson

    07446864922
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  • Louis Renault made mass production a reality in France in parallel with the American Henrys (Leland and Ford) from whom he gladly learned and prospered. The Renault factory at Billancourt in Paris expanded after the First World War, adding modern production machinery and assembly line methods. It vertically integrating to include mines, foundries and steel mills. Models proliferated, from delivery vans to buses and airplane engines. Atop it all was the Model 45, a 9.2 liter six-cylinder monster that defined in the early Twenties the concept of luxury, power, silence and opulence. Bugatti was an infant, Hispano-Suiza a vision, Rolls-Royce an upstart, when Louis Renault introduced his Model 45. It was the ultimate luxury car. Costing more than a contemporary Rolls-Royce, it embodied the best skills, methods, precision machining and forming from within Renault’s vast enterprise. Nestled nearly unobtrusively behind the front wheels under Renault’s sloping hood was a 110x160mm bore and stroke 9,123cc inline side valve six-cylinder engine rated at 45 horsepower by the Royal Auto Club formula but developing much more horsepower on the dynamometer. Variously estimated at up to 140 brake ho

    • Year: 1925

    Last update: 7 Days Old
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  • Hyman Ltd
    314 524 6000
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  • This Gordini is a 1300 of 1967 that has been subjected to a meticulous restoration. The former Dutch owner originally planned to ‘Gordini-ise’ an ordinary Renault 8, but quickly abandoned that idea after seeing this car for sale in 2001. The 1300 was found in the French Haute-Loire district and was used by its former owner on a racetrack, probably Magny-Cours. The engine was partly disassembled and was missing several bits, while an extra oil tank was mounted in the rear. It was a complete mess.’ Over the next seven years the former Dutch owner turned the abused boy racer mobile into a completely original car. He did as much of the work himself as he could, leaving only the engine rebuild and paint to the experts. Since then he’s put around 3,000 miles on the odometer, most of which were clocked up on a trip to southern France in 2009. In 2011 our client bought this pristine Gordini. To view this car and others, please visit the website at kucarfa.nl

    • Year: 1967

    Last update: 4 Months Old

    • Mileage: 1156 mi

    • Engine size: 1.3

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  • Kucarfa B.V.
    0031653691081
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  • At the end of 1982 the 5 Turbo was succeeded by the 5 Turbo 2. The car was technically identical but a simpler implementation. The Turbo 2 had the Interior equipment of the 5 Alpine with the standard dashboard and seats with loose headrests. The bumpers, sides of the roof, skirts and details on the wheels were no longer painted in a contrasting color, but painted in black. On the doors you could read in big letters "Turbo 2". Also the aluminium doors and roof were gone, making the Turbo 2 30 kilo heavier than the Turbo 1. The Turbo 2 had two options: power-operated windows and metallic paint. The 5 Turbo 2 was made until 1986. The 5 Turbo 2 was 3.180 times produced. This R5 Turbo 2 is from 1984 and is in a very good condition, both externally and mechanically. The car is imported to the Netherlands in 2009. The car has driven only 77.000 kilometres. To view this car and others, please visit the website at kucarfa.nl

    • Year: 1984

    Last update: 24 Days Old

    • Mileage: 76311 mi

    • Engine size: 1.4

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  • Kucarfa B.V.
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  • French title - Very rare model - Original cabriolet - Top of the range Renault - No reserve - One of five known examples This four-seater Viva Grand Sport cabriolet was sold to Roger Baillon in 1963 by a certain M. Brelot, from the department of Jura. The file includes the period transfer certificate and an old registration document, no longer valid, for former registration number 498 R 39. The car is a restoration project, appearing to be complete, retaining its dashboard instruments, 4-litre six-cylinder side-valve engine and frame for the hood. David Sassé, of "Les Renault d'avant-guerre" Association has given us some details to help us identify this model: " These cars are sufficiently rare to make this discovery exceptional. This is a Renault Viva Grand Sport type ACX2 from 1936. In 1935, the ACX1 was still called the Vivastella, a name not transferred to its successor in 1936. The car would have been put into service sometime between the end of 1935 and the end of 1936, as there were overlaps between the homologation of the models. Concerning the cars that have survived with this coachwork (currently known), you have discovered the fifth example, one of only three complete models. ". Of all bodies together, the number of ACX2 models still known to exist amounts to some twenty examples. This is therefore an extremely rare car. A top of the range Renault, it competed with the Talbot, Hotchkiss and Panhard models of the same era.

    Last update: 4 Months Old
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  • Sold unregistered - Ancient model - Authentic enthusiast's project - No reserve This Renault is an incomplete tourer, lacking the rear section. The club "Les Renault d'avant-guerre" (The Prewar Renaults) helped us to identify this car, and provided the following information: "This car is a 12HP Type EU, powered by a four-cylinder 80x140 engine, mated to a four-speed gearbox, and derived from the Type EF of 1914. Its chassis has a wheelbase of 3.30 meters and the track is 1.34 meters. It was produced from 1917 to 1920, the first examples being made before the end of World War I, which were mostly Military tourers and different utility bodies. This 12HP was the one of the most produced Renaults chassis in the immediate postwar period." With its disc wheels, this car features all the traditional attributes of Renaults from this period, starting with the famous "crocodile" cover that allowed excellent engine access, and the brass radiator located behind. Potentially a beautiful restoration project, for the courageous enthusiast!

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  • French title Engine n° E60103227 Body n°219 - Rare model - Previously in the Rédélé collection - Superb presentation - Fantastic provenance - Sans réserve Renault had always been a supporter of six-cylinder engines, and had included an example in its range since the 50 CV model of 1908. In 1929 the radiator was moved from the back to a more conventional position. This was when the suffix " Stella " appeared on the more luxurious versions, with bodies constructed at 'atelier O', on the quai du Point du Jour, previously used for Renault aeroplanes. As for the first part of the name, " Viva " corresponds to the six-cylinder versions. It was a traditional engine: 3.2-litres with side-valves capable of propelling the Vivastella to 120 km/h. During the early 1930s, Renault motorcars were fitted with a lightly streamlined, highly attractive radiator grille, possible influenced by Chrysler, and the overall design was very elegant. From 1933, the fashion for aerodynamics took hold and Renault bodies developed new curves: the rear trunk disappeared in favour of a rounded stern with curved bumpers that carried the spare wheel. The Vivastella was a stately car appreciated by a wealthy clientèle, produced in limited numbers. This wonderful limousine was previously in the Rédélé collection, the celebrated creator of the Alpine marque. It benefitted from a comprehensive, high-quality restoration completed during the 1980s. The interior is clothed in thick brown velours, and the body is liveried in an elegant two-tone black and grey. Equipped with wire wheels, this Vivastella is presented in excellent condition, having covered less than 3,000 km since being restored. A beautiful and rare classic that is a great representation of the 1930s six-cylinder Renaults.

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  • French title Engine n° 37344 - Owned by the same family from new - Extraordinarily well preserved condition, never restored - Always maintained in working order The condition of this outstanding car is as extraordinary as its history. A very rare event for a car of this age, it is still in totally original condition. Slightly faded paintwork covers bodywork panels that remain untouched, providing evidence of an era when cars were completely hand-built. The interior is even more moving: the driver's compartment comprises two deep seats in padded black leather, showing no tears, while the rear compartment offers the level of sophistication expected of such a highly luxurious motor car. The high-backed rear bench seat in brown leather sports an armrest. The sides and roof are lined with damask and braids that bear little sign of ageing, and there are two small ceiling lights illuminating the interior. Remarkably well preserved, the car displays a patina that no restoration could match. A small leather-covered console includes a pocket watch, a notebook with pencil, flasks for ink, a mirror and clothes brush, next to a communication system allowing the passengers to talk to the driver. The incredible condition of this motor car becomes more understandable once its history is known: it was in fact bought by the great-grandfather of the current owner, in the department of Aude. It has remained in the family ever since, even during the war, when a requisition attempt by the German army failed because the tyres were flat...The vendor's memories, passed down from generation to generation (and included in the file), recall some striking episodes in the car's history, including the original purchase. This was not straightforward as Renault only supplied the bare chassis : " For the wooden coachwork, my great-grandfather went to Renaudin et Besson in Paris. (...) The upholstery and interior decoration were chosen in consultation with my great-grandmother, in particular the damask wall coverings. For the driver's compartment, Kirby Beard & Co. was appointed (kilometric odometer and clock) : this company was trusted since it supplied accessories for Rolls-Royce. The area that caused the most deliberation was the lighting : should it have an electric installation which, something my great-grandfather was convinced of, would increase the risk of fire because of the inevitable short-circuiting ? Eventually a sensible solution was found : it would feature electric lighting for the interior passenger compartment only, to aid map reading ! Consequently, the car had three different types of lighting : gas for the front headlights (compressed in a Magondeaux bottle on the running board), electricity for the interior passenger compartment and oil for the red lamp at the back... " The current owner has never wanted to carry out any kind of restoration, in order to protect the original character of this Renault. An impressive size, and equipped with a 5-litre engine, this was one of the flagship models for Renault, before the First World War. This car is a unique testimony to luxury automobile design of its day, a mere twenty years after the smoking and backfiring machines first appeared on the roads...To take to the wheel of this car is to take a real journey back in time. SOUVENIRS AUTOUR D'UNE ALERTE CENTENAIRE Mon arrière-grand-père prit la décision d'acheter une RENAULT modèle " coupé chauffeur " afin de pouvoir parcourir de longues distances avec un confort assuré. (…) Les ateliers LOUIS RENAULT lui fournirent le châssis roulant et il se mit en rapport avec nombre de fournisseurs pour obtenir un véhicule complet. Pour la carrosserie, en bois et de structure encore influencée par celle des calèches, il s'adressa à la maison RENAUDIN et BESSON, 42 rue Campo Formio à Paris. La sellerie (banquettes capitonnées en cuir) et la décoration intérieure furent choisies en concertation avec mon arrière -grand-mère, en particulier les tentures intérieures damassées, de couleur verte. En ce qui concerne le poste du chauffeur, la maison KIRBY BEARD fut retenue (compteur kilométrique et pendule) : on pouvait lui faire confiance puisqu'elle fournissait, entre autres, des accessoires pour les ROLLS ROYCE. Le choix qui a suscité le plus d'hésitations et de controverses fut celui du mode d'éclairage : fallait-il accepter une installation électrique qui, mon arrière -grand-père en était persuadé, augmenterait considérablement les risques d'incendie à cause d'inévitables court-cuits ? Finalement, une solution prudente fut retenue : il n'y aurait d'électricité, à partir d'accumulateurs sous le plancher, que pour les passagers intérieurs, afin de leur faciliter la lecture des cartes routières ! Dès lors, cette voiture disposa de trois modes d'éclairage différents : le gaz pour les phares avant (compressé dans une bouteille MAGONDEAUX placée sur le marchepied), l'électricité pour l'habitacle intérieur et le pétrole pour la lanterne rouge arrière… Lorsque la première guerre mondiale éclata (Août 1914), mon père, alors âgé de 16 ans, se trouvait en séjour en Angleterre pour apprendre la langue. La Grande-Bretagne ayant déclaré la guerre quelques jours avant la France, il y eut une brève période d'incertitude au regard des ressortissants français : ma famille reçut un télégramme des services de l'ambassade de France annonçant le rapatriement d'office de mon père à Calais. En urgence, mon arrière-grand-père et mon grand-père décidèrent de partir le chercher avec Félicien, le chauffeur, à bord de cette voiture, non sans avoir pris la précaution d'embarquer un train supplémentaire de pneus de secours. A marche forcée, et bien qu'on ne circulât pratiquement pas de nuit, ils ne mirent que deux jours pour relier le Languedoc à Calais. Il est vrai qu'en juillet-août les journées sont longues… A ce sujet, je me souviens d'une précision que m'avait donnée Félicien (que j'ai bien connu dans mon enfance) : lorsque, en été, pour fuir la chaleur languedocienne, mes arrière-grands-parents partaient en villégiature dans des villes d'eaux, ils expédiaient préalablement les phares par le train dans des caisses bourrées de paille que Félicien allait récupérer en gare de Vichy ou de Vittel. Cette sage précaution permettait de garder intacts ces accessoires, en leur évitant d'être brisés en cours de route par les projections de cailloux. Les pneus eux aussi faisaient l'objet d'expéditions ferroviaires complémentaires car les crevaisons étaient très fréquentes, en particulier à cause des clous de fer à cheval parsemés le long des routes. Lorsque mes parents se marièrent en 1927, il fut décidé d'utiliser cette voiture pour conduire ma mère à l'église : on avait estimé que sa robe en ressortirait peu froissée. Le soir, mes parents partirent en voyage de noces dans ce même attelage avec le fidèle chauffeur qu'ils laissèrent à Cannes, d'où ils s'embarquèrent pour l'Italie. Mais ma mère se souvenait que, circulant sur la Croisette, ce type de voiture commençait à paraître démodé. Quelque temps plus tard, (…) mon père préféra remiser la vaillante Renault dans le coin de son garage, en attente d'une éventuelle nécessité qui la ramènerait sur les routes. Les années passant, il fut décidé de la mettre sur cales car les pneus donnaient des signes de faiblesse. Cette initiative sauva la voiture et la fit parvenir jusqu'à aujourd'hui... En effet, à la fin de la deuxième guerre mondiale, lors de la débâcle allemande de 1945, la Renault fut réquisitionnée. Un bon de réquisition de la " kommandatur " fut collé sur le pare-brise, mais la voiture entra en résistance : une fois posée au sol, ses pneus s'affaissèrent complétement ; dans leur précipitation, les soldats allemands préférèrent ne pas insister. Avec le recul du temps, je regrette de ne pas avoir conservé cette affichette rouge signée par les autorités d'occupation, quand elle fut enlevée au moment où mon père décida, dans les années 1960, de remettre en marche ce véhicule devenu une véritable curiosité. (…) Depuis, suivant l'exemple de mon père, je me suis attaché à accompagner cette grande dame à franchir le cap de son centenaire, guidé par l'intransigeant devoir de ne jamais procéder à une quelconque rénovation, ni attenter à son exceptionnel caractère originel. MEMORIES OF A SPIRITED CENTENARIAN My great-grandfather decided to buy a RENAULT " coupé chauffeur " model, in order to be assured comfort over long distances. (…) The LOUIS RENAULT workshop provided him with the running chassis and he then made contact with various suppliers to complete the car. For the body, to be constructed in wood and with a structure still influenced by the design of carriages, he went to RENAUDIN et BESSON, 42 rue Campo Formio in Paris. The upholstery (leather padded bench seats) and the interior decoration were chosen in consultation with my great-grandmother, particularly the damask wall coverings, in green. For the driver's compartment, Kirby Beard & Co. was appointed (kilometric odometer and clock) : this company was trusted since it supplied accessories for ROLLS-ROYCE. The area that caused the most deliberation and controversy was the lighting : should it have an electric installation which, something my great-grandfather was convinced of, would considerably increase the risk of fire because of the inevitable short-circuiting ? Eventually a sensible solution was reached : it would feature electric lighting, supplied by batteries positioned under the floor, for the interior passenger compartment only, to make map reading easier ! Consequently, the car had three different types of lighting : gas for the front headlights (compressed in a MAGONDEAUX bottle on the running board), electricity for the interior passenger compartment and oil for the red lamp at the back... " When World War One broke out in August 1914, my father, then 16 years of age, was staying in England to learn the language. Britain declared war a few days before France, and there was a brief period of uncertainty about French nationals : my family received a telegram from the French Embassy announcing the official repatriation of my father to Calais. Given this urgent situation, my great-grandfather and grandfather decided to set off in this car to find him, with the chauffeur Félicien, having taken the precaution of loading a spare set of tyres. Even though it was not practical to drive at night, the rapid pace ensured that it took just two days to get from Languedoc to Calais. It is true that the days are long in July and August... On this subject, I remember a detail passed on to me by Félicien (who I knew well during my childhood) : when my great-grandparents went on holiday to the Spa towns in the summer, to escape the heat in Languedoc, they sent the head-lights on ahead by train, in cases packed with straw. Félicien would collect them from the station at Vichy or Vittel. This wise precaution ensured that these accessories remained intact, and didn't get broken by flying stones on the way. Tyres were also sent on separate train journeys as punctures were common, often caused by nails from horseshoes strewn along the road. When my parents got married in 1927, they decided to use this car to take my mother to the church : it was thought that her dress would get less crumpled. In the evening, my parents set off on their honeymoon in the same vehicle with their trusted driver, whom they left in Cannes, when they left for Italy. My mother remembers that, driving down La Croisette, this type of car already seemed rather dated. Some time later, (…) my father chose to store the valiant Renault in the corner of his garage, waiting for the right time to put it back on the road. The years passed, and he decided to put it on blocks as the tyres were showing signs of wear. This initiative saved the car and ensured it would be here today.. At the end of the Second World War, during the German debacle of 1945, the Renault was requisitioned. A requisition notice from the "kommandatur " was stuck on the windscreen, but the car put up a fight : once placed on the ground, the tyres deflated completely ; in their haste, the German soldiers decided not to bother. With hindsight, I regret not keeping the red notice signed by the occupation authorities. It was removed once my father decided during the 60s to get the car, now a real curiosity, going again. (...) From then, following the example of my father, I became determined to support this grande dame reach her centenary, guided by the uncompromising commitment to refrain from undertaking any kind of restoration, in order to protect her exceptional, original character.

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  • French title - Exceptional condition - Conforms to the original - Still undervalued - No reserve - Completely rebuilt at Team FJ The almost new condition of this car makes it totally exceptional! Sold new in the French Ain region, where it remained, it was bought in 1990 by an enthusiast who sold it to the current owner in 2014. The car, which has not been driven for seven or eight years, has covered just over 64 000 km from new, and has never been raced or modified. Having a sound base, the car was completely restored at Team FJ, Alpine and Renault 5 specialists. The body was stripped back to bare metal, which confirmed there was no accident damage (see the feuille de marbre document in the file). The wheel arches, floor and sills were restored and the running gear sanded and treated. All mechanical elements were checked and the injection pump and distributor, piston rings and rod bearings replaced and turbocharger adjusted. The gearbox has been fully serviced. The interior, including the dashboard, conforms completely to the original, with red seats complementing the bright blue carpets, typical of the 70s/80s. This exceptional Renault 5 Turbo comes with a certificate listing the work carried out and the parts replaced, as well as documentation of the restoration on a USB stick, owner's manuals, a factory certificate of conformity and inspection report.

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  • French registration - Unusual and amusing car - A proper five-seater convertible - Reliable and economical to use - No reserve The Renault 4 succeeded the 4CV and was positioned to compete against the Citroen 2 CV, which had already been in the market for some time then. The R4, as the Renault 4 was also referred to, turned out to be very popular, functional and more attractive than the 2 CV, but less elegant than the Dauphine. It had a very innovative platform chassis and independent suspension by torsion bars. For motive power it had an engine of 750cc (4CV or 4hp in taxable terms) and this was mated to a longitudinal three-speed gearbox located ahead of the engine and driving the front wheels. The four-door body was equipped with a tailgate for convenient loading, and luggage space was further aided by a folding seat. The car was extensively tested for three years before it was put out on the market, with the total distance tested equaled going round the earth 50 times. From 1961, when the car was launched, till production ended in 1992, more than 8 million R4s were made. The car on offer was modified soon after it rolled out and the base strengthened extensively. One of the owners confirmed that the car was modified for advertising purposed and that this modification was done before the launch of the model called Plein Air, which featured in a TV serial from the 1960s with two French aviators, Tanguy & Laverdure. The body is in a very good condition though there are some marks on the paint. A comprehensive service was carried out in the garage of the Post, at Vésinet, in September 2011. The brake cylinders were remplaced as is the clutch and all four tyres. The hood is in black alpaca and seats are in black vinyl. The three-spoke steering wheel is in aluminum and looks very smart. This car is unique, charming and fun and can participate in all events and will surely turn heads at all the sunny beaches.

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  • Have a look at our range of quality used vehicles For all enquiries please call or contact us today Specialists in Quality European Pre - owned Cars Audi - BMW - Mercedes - Porsche - Volkswagen - Bentley - Ferrari - Maserati Showroom: 01732 883113 - Email: [javascript protected email address] JUST ARRIVED A great little runaround or ideal first car ! This three door hatchback in red with grey cloth interior has only had three owners since new. and has been very well looked after. Low mileage of 70,600 (just over 7k per year) and MOT until 27th March 2015. Comes with a service history. New Cambelt fitted at 50,000 miles Please call 01732 883113 to arrange a test drive.

    • Year: 2004

    Last update: 3 Months Old

    • Mileage: 50000 mi

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  • This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment needed) Sunday: closed. Monday strictly on appointment. We specialize in consignment sales of collection cars. We are proud we can offer this car for sale. A more detailed description will soon follow. In the meantime you can have a look at the very ample photo coverage on the website. Of course Xavier or Olivier will be very happy to give you all possible explanations by phone on +32472401338. Meet us at: Opendeurdagen Fri, September 18, 2015, 9am – Sun, September 20, 2015, 5pm

    • Year: 1958

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  • This GT Turbo has done less than 52k miles and as such the engine bay is in remarkably good order. All rubbers and plastics appear very tidy indeed, with the engine itself in fine fettle having just had the head gasket replaced by our team of technicians, following its full mechanical inspection.

    • Year: 1990

    Last update: About 1 Month Old

    • Mileage: 51835 mi

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  • 4 Star Classics
    01483 274347
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  • This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment needed) Sunday: closed. Monday strictly on appointment. We specialize in consignment sales of collection cars. We are proud we can offer this car for sale. A more detailed description will soon follow. In the meantime you can have a look at the very ample photo coverage on the website. Of course Xavier or Olivier will be very happy to give you all possible explanations by phone on +32472401338. Meet us at: Opendeurdagen Fri, September 18, 2015, 9am – Sun, September 20, 2015, 5pm

    • Year: 1956

    Last update: About 8 Hours Old
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  • Specifications Bodywork Length : cm (in): 480 (189) Width : cm (in): 175 (68.9) Height : cm (in): Wheelbase : cm (in) : 335 (131.9) Weight: kg (lb) : 1800 (3973) Mechanics . Displacement : straight 8 4240 cc (259 ci), front mounted, 16 valves; 100 bhp This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment needed) Sunday: closed. Monday strictly on appointment. We specialize in consignment sales of collection cars. We are proud we can offer this car for sale. A more detailed description will soon follow. In the meantime you can have a look at the very ample photo coverage on the website. Of course Xavier or Olivier will be very happy to give you all possible explanations by phone on +32472401338. Meet us at: Opendeurdagen Fri, September 18, 2015, 9am – Sun, September 20, 2015, 5pm

    • Year: 1931

    Last update: 4 Days Old
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  • This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment needed) Sunday: closed. Monday strictly on appointment. We specialize in consignment sales of collection cars. We are proud we can offer this car for sale. A more detailed description will soon follow. In the meantime you can have a look at the very ample photo coverage on the website. Of course Xavier or Olivier will be very happy to give you all possible explanations by phone on +32472401338. Meet us at: Opendeurdagen Fri, September 18, 2015, 9am – Sun, September 20, 2015, 5pm

    • Year: 1913

    Last update: About 8 Hours Old
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