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It has been exhibited at the Celebration of the Motorcar show, by invitation. It cost k to build and I am asking ,900 for it. SOLDThis is a beautiful example of Studebaker's stylish coupe. The restoration was completed in 2004 and he car has since done 17,000 miles, including a drive to the Studebaker Nationals in Adelaide. A great deal of money was spent on this car many years ago by the owner, but it has sat unused for many years now. The original steering wheel also comes with the car. I am presently in France until the 7th of June coming to Perth. The engine is not the original, as the brakes; from 1200 Datsun . Automatic, power steering, 6 cylinder; speedo in original miles. Original 1967 Owner's Manual, Jag Overseas Dealers and Distributors Guide, plus ready-reckoner wall-chart; owner's log with services logged til 1973. Complete car, however requiring a full restoration. The car was recently serviced and all fluids replaced.

Always well maintained and regularly serviced by Peugeot specialists. The Ro80 is recognized as one of the most significant designs of its era. SOLDClose to concourse condition...literally turn key. I bought it because it is the same model as my very first new car purchased in 1967...48 years ago..still drives and looks as good as it did then.

Some rust, mainly in sills (available new for 0 each incl freight ex-Europe) and needs some cosmetics. Very comfortable cruiser, practical and a rare model. A rare opportunity to own one of Australias best surviving NSU Ro80s. This car was purchased 2 years ago from another HR enthusiast.

This award winning, Australian-delivered 1969 build car was the subject of a last nut and bolt restoration around 20 years ago. SS Cragar rims, All the chrome is in excellent condition. In addition to all the inclusions in the original car, a former owner installed a remote controlled radio/CD player/speakers and rear seat belts. Goes without saying, the RWC will impress as will the car. The flowing, sleek shape of the mudguards, especially the back wings, was very sporty.

With a rotary engine, semi-automatic, front wheel drive, aerodynamic shape, power steering, disc brakes, etc, it was a very advanced car and justifiably the winner of World Car of the Year in 1967. Fortunately, the car was 100% sound as I am not mechanically minded, but have told on many occasions by experts that this car is as good as it gets and the 10,000 miles driven since I purchased it have been smooth as with no hiccups. A car such as this Fiat would have been very special in 1925.

It has been exhibited at the Celebration of the Motorcar show, by invitation. It cost k to build and I am asking ,900 for it. SOLDThis is a beautiful example of Studebaker's stylish coupe. The restoration was completed in 2004 and he car has since done 17,000 miles, including a drive to the Studebaker Nationals in Adelaide. A great deal of money was spent on this car many years ago by the owner, but it has sat unused for many years now. The original steering wheel also comes with the car. I am presently in France until the 7th of June coming to Perth. The engine is not the original, as the brakes; from 1200 Datsun . Automatic, power steering, 6 cylinder; speedo in original miles. Original 1967 Owner's Manual, Jag Overseas Dealers and Distributors Guide, plus ready-reckoner wall-chart; owner's log with services logged til 1973. Complete car, however requiring a full restoration. The car was recently serviced and all fluids replaced. Always well maintained and regularly serviced by Peugeot specialists. The Ro80 is recognized as one of the most significant designs of its era. SOLDClose to concourse condition...literally turn key. I bought it because it is the same model as my very first new car purchased in 1967...48 years ago..still drives and looks as good as it did then. Some rust, mainly in sills (available new for 0 each incl freight ex-Europe) and needs some cosmetics. Very comfortable cruiser, practical and a rare model. A rare opportunity to own one of Australias best surviving NSU Ro80s. This car was purchased 2 years ago from another HR enthusiast. This award winning, Australian-delivered 1969 build car was the subject of a last nut and bolt restoration around 20 years ago. SS Cragar rims, All the chrome is in excellent condition. In addition to all the inclusions in the original car, a former owner installed a remote controlled radio/CD player/speakers and rear seat belts. Goes without saying, the RWC will impress as will the car. The flowing, sleek shape of the mudguards, especially the back wings, was very sporty. With a rotary engine, semi-automatic, front wheel drive, aerodynamic shape, power steering, disc brakes, etc, it was a very advanced car and justifiably the winner of World Car of the Year in 1967. Fortunately, the car was 100% sound as I am not mechanically minded, but have told on many occasions by experts that this car is as good as it gets and the 10,000 miles driven since I purchased it have been smooth as with no hiccups. A car such as this Fiat would have been very special in 1925.Selling due to need to downsizing the Renault collection. There is a documentation file with the car with service history, plus the original handbooks are with the car. My advancing years unfortunately forces the sale so I am hoping it will go to someone who can appreciates the care and effort that has gone into building it and who will get many more years of motoring enjoyment from it. I paid 00 about 20 years ago expecting to restore it, but too many other cars came along and I never got to touch it, so it's as I got it and mostly all the bits are with it. It was the ancestral grandfather to the BMW 3 Series and was produced from 1968 to 1976.