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: 20 days old
• Mileage: 76311 mi
• Engine size: 1.4
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$ 50,000 - $ 75,000 The Renault 5 Turbo is a hatchback with a high performance engine. This French car was debuted at the Brussels Motor Show in January of 1980. At this time rally cars were climbing in popularity. The design of this car was tailored towards the rally car market, but a street version was sold also. During its four-year production run, less than 4,000 of these high performance cars were manufactured. The Renault 5 Turbo should not be mistaken with the Alpine Turbo or GT Turbo. This no-nonsense machine was profoundly modified by mounting its turbocharged engine behind the driver in what is normally the passenger compartment, creating a mid-engined hot hatch and rally car. It was also driven by the rear wheels rather than the front wheels. The Renault 5 Turbo was made in many guises and received many plaudits along the way. Powering this car is a powerful inline four-cylinder, turbocharged engine. Transferring power to the wide contact patch rear wheels is a manual shifting gearbox. The exterior is highlighted with red paint and alloy wheels with matching accents, along with a pop-up sunroof. This hatchback has a sporty interior with contoured bucket seats with cloth inserts, electric windows, glove compartment and an efficiently laid out dash decorated with gauges. The rear window is fitted with a wiper and the rear windows are hinged to vent fresh air through the cockpit. The Renault 5 also has numerous ducts and air vents that are seen in black. Even the trailing edge of the roofline has a slight rise to it, giving it the appearance of a subtle spoiler; most fitting for this pure performance platform.
• Last update: 13 days old
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: about 1 month old
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.
• Last update: about 1 month old
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: 14 days old
• Mileage: 51835 mi
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