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  • RENAULT 11 1.5 DCI Expression 5dr MPV 2004 Manual 49000 Diesel Red

    £2,450 £2,450

    Dealer Demo + 1 Owner From New;49,000 Miles With Nice History ;Nice well looked after vehicle ;

    • Mileage: 49000 mi
    • Engine size: 1.461
    For sale
    £2,450 £2,450
    A J Sutton Car Sales
    01342 835025 View contact number
  • Renault 9

    £4,995 £4,995

    FOR SALE Quite possibly the best Renault 9 Broadway in the world with 8,992 miles. EQUIPMENT Four quartz iodine headlamps, wrap-around polyester bumpers, deep front spoiler, rear spoiler, side mouldings, laminated windscreen, locking petrol cap, remote control drivers door mirror, tilting/tinted glass sunhatch, arc adjustment of drivers seat, rear inertia seat belts, heated rear window, front headrests, vanity mirrors, map reading light, illuminated cigar lighter, engine oil level indicator. Dealer accessories; Renault rubber floor mats, Renault bulb kit, rear window parking aid. EXTERIOR Such a preserved car is a rarity and this example is worthy of the Renault museum finished in factory original Super Gloss Aurora Beige, (Code 116). The side coachlining incorporating the Broadway motif and Broadway boot badge is perfect and all glass is Renault Saint Gobain with window etching. All trim, moulding and headlamps are superb and the clean underside is a purists dream having covered such few miles and always stored in a centrally heated garaged from new. The rear screen has the supplying dealer and other Renault stickers applied from new and the number plates are dealer fit too. Difficult to fault and almost production-line perfect. INTERIOR Being the 1.4 Auto this is the highest specification Broadway Edition available with unique features such as the Sand velour upholstery in lieu of cloth check and full deep pile carpeting. Genuine Renault rubber floor mats front and rear have been fitted since new and even the supplying dealer paper floor mats have been kept! Also unique to the top specification 1.4 Auto is the Philips Car Cassette Receiver 451 in full working condition along with all the other switches and gauges. Natural veins to the unworn steering wheel only found on very low mileage cars are clearly visible and the pedal rubbers are virtually new. The boot area is factory perfect and unused along with the jack and wheel brace. A new 1980’s Renault lounge interior. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Fitted with the 1397cc 4 cylinder engine with integral electronic ignition, a power output of 68bhp is quoted, enough to reach 96mph. A spotless and unmolested engine compartment displays all the manufacturer plates, stickers and paint code markings as well as PDI paint dabs. A service using genuine Renault parts has just been carried out. The optional 3-speed automatic transmission changes gear smoothly and offers a very capable and lively drive, typical of a lightweight French car. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Four aerodynamic wheel stylers are unmarked with the Renault logo and incredibly still shod in the factory tubeless Michelin XZX 155 SP13 tyres. Although preserved with no cracks if regular use is intended it would be prudent to change the tyres for modern items and preserve the original set for shows. Dual circuit hydraulic brakes incorporate servo assistance with discs up front and rear drums with a pressure limiter to offer adequate stopping power. HISTORY FILE Registered new on the 6th May 1986 by Renault Main Dealer Arnold Clark, this immaculate example has only had two family owners from new, Mr James Lamont senior and Mr James Lamont junior. Senior Mr Lamont kept the vehicle for Sunday best being an absolute stickler for preservation he even kept the Arnold Clark paper floor mats still with the car! On his passing in 2004 his son inherited the vehicle keeping it raised off the ground in a centrally heated garage and continuing the preservation. Adamant that the car must find a good home KGF Classic Cars are honoured to be given the opportunity to work with this rare surviving Renault 9, seldom seen on UK roads, and will guarantee it will suit any Renault enthusiast or collector of quirky perfect classic cars. Two sets of keys on original dealer fobs. MOT September 2019, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/fBUX3sHNU44 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/albums/72157701001469234 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 8992 mi
    • Engine size: 1.4
    For sale
    £4,995 £4,995
  • Renault Clio Williams

    £18,995 £18,995

    The car before you is car number 263 first registered on 31/01/1994. The 2.0-litre four-pot sounds as angry and snarly as you could want, the model specific engine makes 150bhp, enough for 0-60mph to take 7.8secs. With style, and plucky determination the W1 is tight, fast, neat, precise and above all else great fun! This is everything a hot hatch should be: fast enough to get you into real trouble if you choose, but also demanding a bit of work to get it there. It’s special, made in limited numbers and valued hugely by collectors today, so there’s a sense of occasion to using it You’d be guaranteed the occasional knowing nod from passing enthusiasts. The Clio Williams 1 is getting rare now with just 51 cars registered on the UK roads in 2017. Having been SORN since 2008, No 263 has just received a comprehensive recommission to ensure it is as good as the day it left the factory. The interior is immaculate, totally original and correct including the correct Phillips DC521 radio cassette head unit, original rubber floor mats and the all-important suit carrier under the parcel shelf. Coming with unmarked Sport Blue paintwork, Williams livery and polished lip gold Speedline alloys shod with Michelin 185/55 V15 Tyres, #263 is once again ready for the road. Supplied with a complete service record with hard copy invoices, all original keys, full book-pack including the rare Williams booklet, original sales receipt and all old MOT’s. One of two cars available,.

    • Year: 1994
    • Mileage: 87000 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
    £18,995 £18,995
  • renault twingo

    £3,000 £3,000

    Bizu, petrol, 2012. 1149cc manual. Red. No marks or dents. Two owners. MOT August 2018. Genuine 14,850 miles. Nice car. Bargain £3000.  01293 320448 Horley

    For sale
    £3,000 £3,000
  • Renault - R 5- 1986

    €1,501 - €1,951.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.) €1,501 - €1,951.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.)
    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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    €1,501 - €1,951.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.) €1,501 - €1,951.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.)
    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • RENAULT CLIO RENAULTSPORT 182 TROPHY 16V 2005

    £5,995 £5,995

    Here at Vogue we are delighted to offer another limited edition production car. The Renault Clio Trophy is without a doubt one of the best handling 'HOT HATCHES' that has even been produced.;;In 2005 this car was referred to by AutoCar as the "Worlds Greatest Hot Hatch" and won Evo Magazine's "Peoples Performance Car of the Year" beating the Lamorghini Gallardo. Opinions have not changed in recent years and this car now remains a fantastic collectors piece or perfect track car,;;Number 192/500, this enthusiast owned car has certainly been cherished throughout its life. The car comes supplied with a folder full of invoices and a fully stamped service book.;;All Trophy's were presented in Red with Alcantara Recaro front seats. The red paint was decorated with the white 'Trophy' decals on the side skirts and further complimented by the V6 roof spoiler. In order to gain a weight advantage the Trophy came with standard headlights and the subtraction of the spare wheel.;;The biggest advantage of the Trophy was the CupChassis and Touring Car 'Sachs Dampers'. If you have driven a Trophy you will know that this is one of the best handling cars that this budget can buy.;;The comprehensive service history includes eleven stamps, nine of which are Renault main dealer. The next two stamps are from Rentech and Renaultspeed at 109299 miles.;;The car has had two timing belts, the last one fitted at 106942 miles, at which time the dehapser unit was also changed. The car also had a new clutch at 108900 miles.;;The car benefits from Michelen pilot sports all round.;;The car has had 4 owners from new.;;The car comes presented in fantastic cosmetic condition and is HPI clear.;;The car can be supplied with 12 months MOT upon sale.

    • Mileage: 110786 mi
    • Engine size: 1.998
    For sale
    £5,995 £5,995
  • Renault Sport Spider

    £34,995 £34,995

    *SIMILAR QUALITY CARS ALWAYS REQUIRED* SOLD Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after. One of 100 UK RHD Renault Sport Spiders with an incredible 2,528 miles. MODEL HISTORY Innovative aluminium construction, suspension and underpinnings of a pure race car, power from the hottest of hatchbacks, no side windows, no door handles and tiny production volumes totalling just 1,685 units are all features of a specialist car builder and not from one of Europe’s biggest mass producers. That is the appeal of the Renault Sport Spider unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1995 and built at the Dieppe factory, home to the famous Alpine marque, between 1996 and 1999. The UK market only imported the windscreen version rather than the aeroscreen and only 100 right hand drive cars were produced. From the beginning a special one-car racing series for a purpose built Spider Trophy edition was designed. This ran for several years as support to the British Touring Car Championship with famous drivers such as Jason Plato, who won 11 out of 14 races in the inaugural year of the UK Spider Cup. EQUIPMENT All aluminium spaceframe chassis, aluminium roll bar, vertically opening doors, body-coloured adjustable door mirrors, adjustable pedal positions, removable storage box in luggage compartment, laminated heated windscreen, single wide-sweep wiper, tonneau cover, elasticated door and passenger footwell storage nets, remote bonnet and engine cover levers in passenger door sill, engine immobiliser and coded key. Accessories: Colour coded rear spoiler, all-weather kit, Team Renault ELF Michelin clothing. EXTERIOR The arresting two-tone colour scheme finished in desirable metallic pearlescent Sports Yellow, (Code 535), looks incredible and can trace its heritage to the Laguna concept car in 1990. The smooth pebble-like design is uncluttered and muscular with large air-gulping side scoops and attention grabbing ‘beetle-wing’ cantilever doors. Having covered an amazing 2,528 miles, the original condition is virtually flawless and the desirable all-weather kit as new. Close scrutiny will reveal nothing other than miniscule markings and a tiny scratch to the front clamshell on the offside. The jacking point red triangular guide stickers are still attached and the heated front screen has the chassis etching and Renault service sticker. An entirely hand built car and so rare. INTERIOR A definitively sparse and simplistic ‘back to basic’ feel with a modern, minimalist and uncluttered look. Two fabulous Recaro race-style bucket seats offer the perfect degree of lumber and lateral support and are trimmed in waterproof PVC coated knitted fabric with the side parts finished in matt and the central panel featuring a flecked metallic motif in mottled grey, all in perfect condition. Adjustment of the seats and the drilled aluminium pedals via a knob located beneath the dashboard ensures the perfect driving position. Anodised aluminium of the dashboard crossbar and gear knob nicely offset the body-coloured interior panels and the aluminium chassis and cross member are left exposed with only tiny markings visible. All instrumentation functions and looks stunning set in an aluminium-finish bezel contrasting with the futuristic dash top digital displays. As with the rest of the interior, the silicon carbide-reinforced PVC floor covering has no wear and the original Renault Sport steering wheel displays natural veins found only on super low mileage examples. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The engine located transversely amidships is the tremendous 4-cylinder DOHC 150 bhp 16 valve 2.0 litre F7R Clio Williams engine with 0-60mph quoted at 7.05 seconds and a top speed of 134 mph. Presented in factory standard guise with the optional performance exhaust and immaculate in appearance. As with the engine, the 5-speed gearbox is mounted transversely and features effective pendulum suspension to prevent vibrations being transmitted through the chassis. Quick, direct and perfectly reactive to the responsive engine. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Lightweight five-spoke alloy wheels with plated bolts are shod in the original premium 205/50 R16 Michelin Pilot SX tyres with masses of tread. Big 300mm ventilated disc brakes all-round taken from the larger and heavier 166 mph A610 Turbo rein in the exuberant performance of this super-lightweight Spider. HISTORY FILE This UK RHD Renault Sport Spider is one of just 100 examples made and was supplied by Renault Main Dealers, S.R.Baber of Tonypandy, Wales. With just three former keepers, long term owners from 2000 to 2016 were husband and wife, Mr and Mrs Jackson. Mr Jackson purchased the Spider in 2000 at just two years old whereby upon his passing, the car was registered in his wife’s name, Mrs Linda Jackson-Hookins. In 2016, the car was purchased by Renault Spider collector, Mr Nigel Turner, who has owned several examples and whose enthusiasm and knowledge of the model is vast. He even commissioned a flocked hardback book featuring this actual car! Every conceivable brochure produced for the Sport Spider, hardback books, original Renault Press Pack and Press Launch literature has been collected in the history file including one for the rare Laguna Project headed by Patrick Le Quement. The vehicle handbooks and service book are housed in the factory supplied aluminium briefcase often held back as a souvenir and two sets of Renault keys are supplied. Unrivalled pleasure and a significant part of automotive history. A collection of Renault Main Dealer and specialist invoices and receipts are held in the history file including a documented Cambelt change in 2016 at 2,516 miles. A true collectors piece. MOT May 2019, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/eq4YLpyKrgU To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskAz9t21 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://www.twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    • Year: 1998
    • Mileage: 2528 mi
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
    £34,995 £34,995
  • 1967 Renault Caravelle S

    $39,500(£0) $39,500(£0)

    In the late 1950s, Renault was locked in a battle with Volkswagen for superiority in the burgeoning import car market in America. Affordable foreign cars were just starting to find their footing among U.S. buyers, who still clung loyally to their large and luxurious barges from the big three, but even in the 1950s, fuel efficiency was becoming an increasingly important issue, as was maneuverability in urban environments, where these compact and lightweight cars were at their best. Renault had been playing second fiddle to Volkswagen was looking to up their game in this competitive and fast-growing new market. On paper, the Renault Dauphine actually shared many characteristics with the Beetle, namely the rear engine layout, basic construction, and styling that leaned toward the quirky and cute. The Dauphine offered perhaps greater practicality with its four-door body, but Volkswagen seemed to have a stranglehold on the market thanks to strong marketing and an ever-growing cult-following. While at a business meeting in Florida, Renault bosses Pierre Dreyfus and Fernand Picard were inspired to enhance Renault’s image with a sporty little coupe based on the humble Dauphine. Mimicking VW’s own Karmann-Ghia, the new car was based on a bog-standard Dauphine platform but dressed in a pretty new two-door coupe and cabriolet body. And just like their German rivals, Renault turned to Carrozzeria Ghia to design the new car, which would be called the Floride in Europe and Caravelle in the US. The actual design was drawn by the young Ghia employee, Pietro Frua, who did a masterful job of camouflaging the Caravelle’s humble roots. Upon its debut in Geneva, over 8,000 orders poured in and, when the car was shown in the United States for the first time, a further 13,000 orders would follow. When the Dauphine was replaced by the R8 at the end of 1963, the Caravelle continued with subtly reworked styling by the now-independent Pietro Frua and powered by a new five main-bearing 956 cc inline four cylinder engine. For 1965, the Caravelle S was offered with an enlarged 1108 cc version of the R8 engine producing 55 horsepower and with four-wheel Bosch disc brakes, putting the Caravelle in line with other compact sports cars like the Triumph Spitfire and Austin Healey Sprite. Ultimately, the competition from Britain and Germany proved too much for Renault, and the Caravelle quietly disappeared from the lineup after 1967. We have long been fans of these pretty little Renaults, and this 1967 Caravelle S is by far one of the finest, best restored examples we have had the pleasure to offer. Quirky, fun and charming, this Caravelle S cabriolet is beautifully presented in metallic lilac over a black interior. It has been restored to a standard that is virtually unseen on these cars, and is surely one of the finest of its kind available. The attractive light metallic lilac paintwork is applied to an outstanding body, with crisp and straight panels. The brightwork has been similarly well-restored and car sits proud on the road on factory-correct three-lug wheels with tiny 135 x 380 Michelin whitewall tires. Inside, the outstanding presentation continues with fully restored upholstery using high quality materials and patterns that are true to original. Floors are lined with gray square weave carpet, and details such as the Renault seatbelt buckles and polished “Caravelle” script door sills show the level of care that went into this restoration. Front and rear seats are in excellent order, as is the black canvas soft top and the boot cover. Even the trunk has been fully detailed with the original tool roll still in place on the bulkhead. As a whole, the interior shows little use since the restoration was completed and has been maintained in excellent condition. Lifting the rear engine lid reveals the finely detailed 1108 c.c. four cylinder engine. The paint work and detailing is excellent, and many of the correct original tags and labels have been restored. It runs well, appears to have been used only on occasion, and it has been maintained in top condition as part of a large and eclectic private collection of cars. Despite the humble economy car underpinnings and modest output, this outstanding Renault is an absolute joy to drive, loaded with character and proof that horsepower isn’t always a necessary part of the Fun Factor. Much like the Karmann Ghia that inspired it, the cheeky and cheerful Renault Caravelle packs abundant style into a tiny package and we are very pleased to offer this exquisite example for the next owner to enjoy.

    For sale
    $39,500(£0) $39,500(£0)