1989 Jeep grand wagoneer / €19500

 Historic

 

The Jeep Wagoneer denomination   concerns several SUV models.

  • Jeep Wagoneer SJ, a very large SUV built from 1963 to 1991;
  • Jeep Wagoneer XJ, a variation of the Jeep Cherokee (“Compact SUV”), built from 1984 to 1990;
  • Jeep Grand Wagoneer ZJ, a special edition of the Jeep Grand Cherokee (“Mid-size SUV”), built only in 1993.

The Jeep Wagoneer SJ was the first large luxury SUV 4 × 4, produced under many brands from 1963 to 1991.

On March 2, 1987, Chrysler bought AMC. Despite the advanced age of the Grand Wagoneer, the vehicle remains very popular and Chrysler will maintain it unchanged, even continuing to equip the carbureted V8 AMC engine rather than its own engine V8 injection, more modern. The model is very profitable, generating between $ 5,000 and $ 6,000 in profits for each copy sold.

During the years 1987-1991, the model is considered the best of the category following the improvements made.

In 28 years of production, the Wagoneer has had one of the longest career US vehicles. The powerful V8 engine, its large size, and its towing capacity have made the Grand Wagoneer very popular.

 The Add

The ad that caught our attention is this fully original Jeep Grand Wagoneer put into circulation in the United States in November 1989, one of the latest products. 

Imported in 2000 from Florida by its current owner, it is serviced and regularly drived with a french “carte grise” to its owner’s name since that date.

Never been accidented, the last big maintenance was done in March 2019 to pass the “Controle Technique’ which is virgin. 

The interior condition is according to its owner is really nice except a wear of the driver’s seat.
 
The painting is original with some oxidation stains (bird droppings) and a scratch on the left rear wing. 

In short, a reliable and versatile vehicle for a reasonable price compared to fully restored models.

Its price: € 19 500

Link of the add:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1601238406.htm/

1962 JAGUAR E TYPE (XKE) S1 3.8 roadster / €195000

 Historic

During its presentation at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, the Jaguar E-type coupe astonished everyone with its huge, carefully curved bonnet to join a streamlined cabin. 

The E Type offers the performance that its look suggests, thanks to the double-camshaft six-cylinder engine that made the glory of the brand on the roads and tracks. The 3.8 liters version with its 265 hp take the car to 240 km/h. 

Iconic and revolutionary model of the 60s thanks to its timeless line.

 The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is therefore this really beautiful 1962 Jaguar E Type roadster matching numbers sold with its “Jaguar Heritage” certificate.

Originally this E Type 3.8 serie 1 was sold new in New York in this beautiful color “Opalescence Silver Blue”, during its lifetime, it was repainted in red, the color it had when it was imported in Europe. 

Its current owner, a great collector of Ferrari, takes advantage of his entries in Modena to solicit the experience of these coachbuilders to put this Jaguar E Type in its original color.

A high quality work and a particular care were brought to the total restoration of this car in the workshops of “Sport Car” in Modena, father and son master coachbuilders. 

Only sprained originally, the vehicle is equipped with an alternator instead of the original dynamo (totally reversible). 

In short, a superb convertible that is offered to you on the eve of summer, a beautiful model at a price corresponding to the quality of its restoration.

 Its price: € 195 000

 Link of the ad: http://www.collection-privee-automobile.com/List%20of%20video-channels/jaguar-type-e-3-8-serie-1-roadster/

1980 Barnfind Maserati Kyalami / €39000

 Historic

 

Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1976, the Kyalami took up the philosophy of the four-seater three-volume coupe, interrupted with the last Mexico City four years ago. 

The Kyalami was the first new model developed under the direction of Alejandro de Tomaso, directly derived and virtually identical to the bodywork (except for some panels) at De Tomaso Longchamp. 

Pietro Frua was commissioned by De Tomaso to undertake the restyling of the Longchamp designed by Tom Tjaarda, to give the new car a distinctive Maserati look. 

While the two cars are very similar in profile, the rear and front are “maseratized” with Citroën SM taillights and a dual optical front.

The interior was also enhanced to incorporate classic Maserati elements such as steering wheel and instrumentation. The engine Maserati V8 four-cam overhead 90 ° of 4.2 liters and 265 hp of the Quattroporte was used, replacing the American Ford V8 that was used in the Longchamp (from 1978, a 4.9 liters of 280 ch will complete the range).

The Kyalami is considered as a transition model, in a difficult context for Maserati. Indeed, Citroën, which had bought the company in 1968, wanted to put it into liquidation, it was done on May 23, 1975. 

The reaction of interested parties resulted in the intervention of the government which obtained a suspension of 6 months . 

The company was saved by the joint action, on one hand by a state organization whose vocation was to help the companies in difficulty and, on the other hand, by Alejandro de Tomaso, Argentine entrepreneur and former pilot at Maserati. An agreement was signed on August 8, 1975, which guaranteed the continued operation of Maserati.

The number of cars sold between 1977 and 1983 is 200. The Kyalami is Pietro Frua’s latest creation. It faded in favor of the Maserati Biturbo.

 The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is this Maserati Kyalami from 1980, one of the 200 produced with 68,000 km on the clock, fresh barn find that seems complete, European model that has not been modified. 
It needs to be fully restored, we note on the photos corrosion on the bottom of the door. A really beautiful line, it’s not usual to see these on the market !

 Its price: € 39 000

Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1598204333.htm/  

1967 Ford Mustang GT 390 S code / €55900

 Historic

Frequently overlooked by those chasing mighty Cobra Jets and K-Code 289s is the 390CID ‘S-Code’ Mustang, produced with little fanfare between 1967-69. That relative lack of collectors’ attention may well make S-Code Mustangs the market’s unsung hero.

Although the 390-inch V-8 is a pound or two heavier than the thin-wall 289, its redesigned inlet manifolds and better breathing results in an impressive output of 325 horsepower and 427 pounds / feet of torque. That’s within spitting distance of the 428 Cobra Jet’s 335 hp and 440 lb-ft Ford put the S-Code 390 in a good many Mustangs, 28,800 in 1967; 9.228 in ’68; and 10,464 in ’69, yet their low profile in the market has resulted in a steady state of affairs.

However, that appears to be changing. The 390-based V-8s introduced in 1958 for Thunderbirds and Edsels and persisted well into the 1970s, which were installed in Le Mans-winning GT40s. 1967 Mustang ‘s wider engine compartment.

The Ad

The Ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Ford Mustang GT 390 S code fastback of 1967 consistent with the marti report. 
Body with the original gold lime color and an Ivry gold interior with tubs, fully restored five years ago, the engine is a 390 ci with forged pistons and racing rocker developing on the bench 380 hp and 330 hp at the rear wheels.

Equipped with the following options: 

GT equipment group  
Rear seats foldable  
Radio  
Aluminum insert specific seats  
Original console available in addition to the modern console  
4 brake discs  
Alloy rims  
Dual exhaust (exceptional sound) 
5 speed Manual gearbox   
Hood and trunk shelby 

The vehicle is sold with a French registration and a valid “contrôle technique”.

These cars are rare on the market and it, presented as such and in its excellent condition, deserves our interest.

 Its price: € 55,900 €

 Link of the ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1595836202.htm/

1936 Delage D6 70 convertible by Chapron / 135000€

 Historic

   

In the late 1920s, among a large audience, it is probably the brand Delage that best symbolizes the automotive dream. It combines the best of sport and prestige. 

The D6-70, introduced in 1936, is derived from the D6 65 of 1935. Its six-cylinder 2,729 cm3 develops 68 hp at 4000 rpm and can receive optional very nice Cotal electromagnetic gearbox . 

The Delage D6-70 sedans receive different bodies of Delahaye and chassis numbers, dressed by the biggest names in the French body, Chapron, Figoni & Falaschi, 
Franay, Letourneur & Marchand.

Thanks to the D6-70, Delage will also return to success in competition. A version D6-70 S, brought to 3 liters, bodied by Figoni & Falaschi in berlinette ranks fourth at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1937.

 The Ad

 

The ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Delage D 6 70 Cabriolet bodied by Chapron and recently restored, it is equipped with the optional Cotal box. 
As part of a private collection, it is in very good condition according to its owner.

 Its price: € 135 000

 Link of the Ad:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1596234640.htm/

 1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 / €180000

 Historic

The Ferrari 365 GT 2 + 2 is an automobile model of the Italian Ferrari manufacturer produced from 1967 to 1971. It is a GT 2 + 2 equipped with a V12 in the front fueled by 3 Weber carburetors developing 320 hp.

Presented at the Paris Show in 1967, the 365 GT 2 + 2 is the heiress of the 500 Superfast, but also follows the line of 250 GTE and 330 GT 2 + 2.

His line, designed by Pininfarina, wants to be thinner and aerodynamic, but also more imposing than that of his predecessors.

It is the first Ferrari to be equiped with the power steering and air conditioning, equipment designed to attract North American customers. Similarly, the dimensions of the two rear seats and the luggage compartment were revised upwards.

To provide a good handling regardless of the load of the trunk, Ferrari developed with Koni a hydropneumatic rear suspension that was automatically adjusted.

From 1967 to 1971, about 800 copies of 365 GT 2 + 2 will be produced.

  The Ad

The ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Ferrari 365 GT 2 + 2 from 1969 with 89,000 km on the clock and a complete history. 

The leather has kept its original patina while the car has already been fully restored, it was revised at Ferrari in 2018.

 Its price: € 180 000

Link to the Ad: 
https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1595442994.htm/

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