1995 PEUGEOT 306 CONVERTIBLE ROLAND GARROS /€5900

History

The peugeot 306 was produced to nearly 3 million copies from 1993 to 2002 (1997 to 2002 for the station wagon and 1994 to 2002 for the convertible and sedan).

The Peugeot 306 Cabriolet was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in autumn 1993 and marketed from March 1994 to 2002. Its design is due to the famous Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina.

Traditional convertible with soft canvas roof, with a separate hood and therefore a luggage compartment with a fixed and relatively large volume for a vehicle of this type, it is the latest produced by Peugeot, which will be oriented then to the Coupé Cabriolet formulas. A large majority of the models were assembled in the Pininfarina factories in Cambiano, in the suburbs of Turin.

The 306 cabriolet was awarded the title of the most beautiful convertible of the year in 1994 and at the Geneva Motor Show in 1998 the price of the cabriolet of the year.

On 31 August 1998, the 50,000 th  copy was assembled in Turin.

The options available were:

  • hard top, (12 000 FRF) making the 306 convertible more pleasant for the winter.
  • electric hood,
  • ABS,
  • air conditioner,
  • alloy wheels,
  • leather upholstery,
  • capote blue, red, or green on the restylées versions (option not paying).

Some options were fitted in series on the 2-liter engines. Phase 3 was equipped with ABS as standard.

Outside of France, there are special versions such as  platinum (Germany) or  Switzerland  (Switzerland) equipped with heated leather seats and headlamps as standard, air conditioning is also standard. These versions are only available with the 2.0 16V 135hp engine, however some rare models exist in 1.8 16V.

The 306 series Roland Garros was offered on all 306 models (sedan, station wagon, convertible) until 2000 and 2002 for the convertible and the station wagon. 

The Roland Garros special series has an improved equipment, it has an electric sunroof, a white semi-leather interior with car color fabric medallions, as well as red safety belts reminiscent of the colors of the car. the clay of Roland Garros on phases 1 & 2. The aluminum wheels are standard. 

Phase 3 will adopt a leather beige & green signed Roland Garros, belts matching the saddlery (beige), a leather sport steering wheel with 3 branches. On the cabriolet, the hood is electric.

The colors are Green Roland Garros M0RP at the beginning then Green Grand Slam M0QL from June 1995 until 2002.

The Ad

The Ad that caught our attention is this Peugeot 306 convertible Roland Garros put into circulation in June 1995 with168 500 km.  

The vehicle is in good general condition according to its owner despite some defects with age. 

All the electric works, hood, window … the distribution was made at 162900km. The 4 tires are new, rear window bezel in good condition no leak. 

Interior is in good condition with no tear. Exhaust system is new.
 
A youngtimer already collector and certainly one of the most beautiful designs of Pininfarina. 

It is sold with a valid “contrôle technique” dating from January 2019 but will be done again for the sale.

Its price: € 5900

Link to the Advertisement: 
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1646400398.htm/

1963 LANCIA FLAMINIA CABRIOLET 2.8L / 159000 €

History

The Lancia Flaminia (Type 813/823/824/826) is a luxury car produced from 1957 to 1970. 

It was the flagship model of Lancia at that time, replacing the Aurelia. He has been available throughout his life as a sedan, coupe and convertible. 

The Flaminia coupe and cabriolet were cars with bodies of several prestigious Italian coachbuilders. 

Four “presidential” Flaminias limousines were produced by Pininfarina for official use. 

There were 12,633 Flaminias sold in 13 years. The coupes were selling better than the four-door sedan, while the bodies of the cut Flaminia were more expensive than the sedan-like sedan.

Carrozzeria Touring designed and built these two-door versions with aluminum bodywork, which are easily distinguished by their four round headlights (rather than two on the Pininfarina Flaminias) and by a shorter cabin: the wheelbase has been significantly reduced for the GT and the Convertibile, only two seats to ride. 

The GT was a coupe, while the Convertibile was obviously a cabriolet version (with optional hard top). 

The GTL, introduced in 1962, was a 2 + 2 version of the GT with a slightly longer wheelbase. 

The Convertible remained in production until 1964, with a total of 847 specimens (180 with the 2.8), while GT and GTL were produced until 1965, with 1,718 GT and 300 GTL (of which 168 GT and 297 GTL with the 2.8).

The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is this rare and beautiful Lancia Flaminia Cabriolet 2.8l delivered new in France in 1963, one of 180 produced! 
It is a vehicle that has undergone a former restoration of quality in renowned Italian workshops and which displays 63 000 km. 
His former owner, club vice president Lancia kept this car between 1991 and 2008.

It’s price: € 159 000

Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1635601782.htm/

1962 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA SPIDER / €55000

History

The evolution of cars in the early sixties led Alfa Romeo to increase the capacity and performance of the Giulietta Spider. 

The Giulia 1600 Spider “series 101.23” was born in 1962 from the evolution of the Giulietta Spider “series 101.03”. 

The cars are almost identical from the aesthetic point of view, except for the existence of a false air intake on the hood of the Giulia needed to house the new engine and the word “1600” on the tail of the one -this. 

There are other differences in the interiors, more specifically in the characteristics of the steering wheel, now in three races and in the design of the instruments, except in the first examples in which they were identical to those of the preceding model.

It is equipped with a four-cylinder front and a longitudinal line of 1570 cc displacement. 

The maximum power delivered by the engine was 92 hp at 6200 rpm for the “normal” version, while it reached 112 hp at 6500 rpm for the “Fast” version. 

The “Normal” version was equipped with a Solex carburetor and a 32 PAIA 5 model. 

While for the “Veloce” version, there were two carburetors. 

It is equipped with a five-speed synchronized manual gearbox. 

The first 5,600 cars had drum brakes on all four wheels. 

In 1963, disc brakes will be added to the front. 

Its maximum speed reached is 172 km / h.

The Veloce version was introduced in 1964; it had two dual-body carburettors that had power at 112 hp at 6,500 rpm and a top speed of over 180 km / h.

In total, 8850 copies will be produced from 1962 to 1965

The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Alfa Romeo Giulia spider type 10123, put into circulation in 1962 and in excellent condition.

The model is matching colors and numbers, an Alfa Romeo certificate is available to confirm it as a complete history.

Among the work done, photos in support:

– treated frame 
– complete paint – no putty 
– complete braking system 
– shock absorbers and springs 
– front and rear axle 
– exhaust 
– various hoses, spi seals and bearings 
– new wheels and tires 
– reconditioned chrome 
– sanded and treated tank 
– electricity and wiring redone 
– clutch 
– radiator 
– carburettor 
– interior 
– restored original radio 

The gearbox has no defect (synchro rings and bearings changed) – Revised engine with the cylinder head rectified as all the engine devices reviewed.

In short, a beautiful car very well maintained ready to leave at a reasonable price.

Its price: € 55 000

Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1637191200.htm/

1981 ALPINE A310 V6 / 19900 €

History

The mission of the A310 was to conquer new customers that found the A110 berlinette too spartan. 

Indeed, the A310 has a much higher comfort, as well as two small rear seats that allow it to take the qualifier of 2 + 2. 

Since the stopping of the A110 GT4 in 1967 (descendants of the A 108 2 + 2), it no longer existed in the four-seater coupe range. 

By taking the exact wheelbase of its predecessors, 2.27  m , it finds itself in direct confrontation with the Porsche 911. 

However, the qualities of road (for a GT) and finish of the German make the duel turn disadvantage for the French.

With the arrival of the V6 engine, everything will change: engine from the R30 V6 2.7  L , new interior, new suspensions, a box 4 and from 1979, a 5-speed gearbox.

She finally had a power more in relation with the competition, Porsche 911, Ligier JS. 

In addition, as early as 1980, the car will benefit from additional assets such as a new front axle and modified rear suspensions, which come directly from the R5 Turbo as well as “turbine” the wheels type and brakes.

The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is this 1981 Alpine A310 so among the best years showing 93561km. 

The car was serviced for the sale, it is equipped with a set of Gotti rims.

It is sold with a valid “Contrôle Technique”, it seems to be in original shape.

However, it will be necessary to think about checking the appearance of the seats as well as the chassis.

Its price: € 19 900

Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1639363081.htm/

2000 JAGUAR XKR 4.0L COUPE /8000 €

History

The Jaguar XK8 is a GT coupe released in 1996, also available in a convertible version, as well as an engine equipped with an Eaton compressor (XKR) which has a ZF gearbox. 

The first generation of Jaguar XK8 shares its platform, partially derived from the Jaguar XJS, with the Aston Martin DB7. The original design is by Geoff Lawson, succeeded by Ian Callum, for the next two generations of Jaguar XK. 

The feline silhouette of the XK, despite two major evolutions in 2002 and 2006, remains unchanged. Precious wood and  leather are very present, although some unpleasant plastics have appeared, and that there are versions favoring aluminum and carbon. Similarly, the convertible top is made of triple insulation fabric and not metal. The Jaguar XKR is the supercharged version of the XK8, produced from 1998.

The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is this Jaguar XKR 4.0l V8 Coupé 375 CH put into circulation in 2000 and displaying 152 000 km. 

It is equipped with many options, the body looks in good condition, But
– Two tires must be changed 
– The skylight needs refection 
– The vehicle seems to pose a problem ignition (candles and / or one reels to change) 
– The DVD of the GPS is absent (easy to find but still obsolete, Jaguar has never followed updates as soon as the model change)

However, the seller offers a mechanical guarantee (engine / Box / Bridge). 

As the weak point of the first Jaguar V8, it will be necessary to check if the chain tensioners were changed for third generations, in case of an evasive answer, it will be necessary to foresee the operation as soon as possible.

Its price: € 8 000

Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1576337443.htm/

1989 JAGUAR XJS 3.6L /€13500

History

The  Jaguar XJ-S  (then  Jaguar XJS ) – (XJ27) is a luxurious GT produced between 1975 and 1996.

The XJ-S replaced the Type E in September 1975, based on the platform of the shortened XJ sedan.

Appearing in the midst of the oil crisis, and criticized for its design, the XJ-S has struggled to find a place in the market. Especially, that this one was very little favorable to the big-tourist sports

But the XJ-S and its greedy V12 are expensive, too expensive, almost 40% more expensive than a Type E and almost 15% more expensive than a Porsche 911 or a Mercedes 500 SL roadster! 

A newly designed six-cylinder in-line for the future XJ40 was then installed in place of the V12 in 1983, significantly reducing the price. 

Raised to 221 horses thanks to four valves per cylinder, it is judged by the specialists a little fair for the 1600 kg of the car. 

But everything is relative because the AJ6 engine is very voluntary and amazing flexibility and its flights provide a pleasant sound. 

However, it has never had a sporting vocation as evidenced by the lack of lateral support of the upholstery, the very little direct direction and hard and slow box control.

It is made to swallow asphalt on motorways at a sustained rate between 160 and 180 km / h (in Germany, therefore), in the coolness of the air conditioning and the quality of the stereo. 

This new offer will save the model whose sales have never stopped falling, despite Jaguar’s efforts to improve the V12 version.

The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is therefore this Jaguar XJ-S 6 cylinder 3.6l put into circulation November 2, 1989 in very good condition at a very reasonable price certainly justified by its high mileage (242,850 km).

This is the third owner who drives regularly with. 

In addition to the price, what is interesting is that it does not present any mechanical leak as can be seen in two pictures, that there does not seem to be any corrosion and that its owner presents for €3000 of recent invoices including the services, the renovation of the leathers, the heating radiator and the tires. 

The 3.6 is a reliable engine, less greedy than the V12, less fragile than the 4.0l and this car is properly maintained, we can consider that at around 5000 € below the market, this vehicle seems to be a a really nice opportunity.

Its price: € 13 500

Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1627274475.htm/