Very well-maintained Renault Caravelle 1.1 litres with 57 HP, without signs of rust or welding, soft and hardtop.The original light blue colour was repainted red, but this was, unfortunately, not done in the best way.The mechanics work well, the last MOT was done in 2012, it was then stored and not moved for about three years.This vehicle is located in Orpund, Switzerland.Transportation and/or exportation costs are not included in your bids unless otherwise stated. Classic Cars---
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Two of the significant British pre-war cars which formed part of Hugh’s collection were an LG45 Rapide and an Invicta Low Chassis, Chassis No 1, one of the early Vanden Plad bodied cars prior to the company in later years using Carbodies. It is entirely appropriate these Meadows engine components and would be associated with either one of those magnificent machines.
The Series 1 E-Type (as it has subsequently become known) was introduced, initially for export only, in March 1961 using the triple SU carburetted, 3.8-litre, six-cylinder XK engine from the XK150S. The car continued to be developed over time with the first major changes arriving in 1964 including an increase in capacity to 4.2-litres. There was never a fixed specification or official designation for this interim model, although, with the arrival of the, officially named ‘Series 2’, the early ca
The Audi RS4 Quattro is the top tier and highest performing version of the Audi A4 range and a well-respected performance car amongst enthusiasts. It boasts wider front and rear wheel arches than the standard manufactured variant to allow for the wider axle track on the RS4. The engine was developed from the 2.7 litre 90° V6 ‘biturbo’ used in the standard car and displaces 2,671 cubic centimetres with five valves per cylinder. With a kerb weight of just 1,620 kilograms, the RS4’s powerful engine