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1993 PORSCHE 965 TURBO 3.6L 360HP /156500 €


The first generation of Porsche 911 Turbo appeared in 1975, with the internal code 930. 
It evolved in parallel with the second generation of Porsche 911. This evolution has continued until the current generation, with the same major technical evolutions as the Atmospheric model: transition to liquid cooling, multi-valve, direct injection and evolution of gearboxes.

After the renewal of the normal 911, which becomes the 964 type, Porsche waits about a year before launching the Turbo version in 1990. 
This generation saw two different versions:
The 3.3  L  (320  hp at 5 750  rpm) min  / 450  Nm  at 4,500  rpm  ) and the 3.6  L  (360  hp at 5,500  rpm  / 520  Nm  at 4,200  rpm ). 

These two versions are differentiable by their name, respectively 964 Turbo and 965 Turbo. The latter has often been considered by purists as one of the most difficult to drive.
Neither of them offered any driving assistance except ABS, and were strict propulsions with a limited slip differential. 

The 3.3 L version accelerates from 0 to 100  km/h  in 5 seconds, while the 3.6 Lversion only requires 4.8  s .

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The Ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Porsche 965 TURBO 3.6L 360 hp put into circulation in October 1993. 

Light gray color and full black leather interior, it totals 158000 Km. 

Its service book is up to date. 
For the sale, the service was carried out with the draining of the gearbox and the transmission. 

The tires have also been changed as well as the brakes that are new.

Its mileage may be a bit high for such a sought after model but this model is rare and in a very good shape for its age. If you are looking for a 965, it may be a great opportunity not to miss!

Its price: 156 500 €

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1993 AUSTIN MINI “Arc de Triomphe” CONVERTIBLE / €16500


In 1959, the oil crisis raged and British Motor Corporation (BMC) then asked its Longbridge design office to design a small, economical automobile. 

The choice was made to position the engine at the front, graft the gearbox below it to promote the livability offered to passengers. The success of the Mini will be global and its sports career worthy of the most prestigious GT. 

At the end of the 80s, the director of the ROVER concession of the 17th arrondissement of Paris, near the Arc de Triomphe, Mr ANTOUN, decided to build a small version of the Mini for the French market, which he was then the first dealer.

After validation of the project by ROVER France and ROVER UK, the model called “Arc de Triomphe” will be presented at the world of the car of Paris in 1994 where he will meet with a warm welcome. 
The convertible will then be available on the entire Mini range optional on new vehicles or on request for vehicles up to 6 months old. 

The transformation will then be carried out only in the Aubervilliers workshops and will consist of the manufacture and installation of specific reinforcements on the floors, the front fenders as well as the sills. The original cabin is kept and receives a manual or electric hood (option). 

The marketing of this confidential series will cease in 1999 with the discontinuation of the production of the Mini range.

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The model presented is an authentic ROVER Mini “Arc de Triomphe” of 1993 in its original burgundy color and its interior in gray leatherette in good original condition. 

It is still in a state close to new. 

Using the hood is easy and its tightness conforms to the standards of the model. 

The 4 wheels MINILITE in 12 ” are in good condition.

Equipped with the 1000 cm3, the mechanics works perfectly with few kilometers (only 45526 km !) used for leisure, always safe, but very reliable and able to make long journeys (Strasbourg-Chartres) without any difficulty. 
Ideal for everyday urban use or for the beach thanks to its 4 seats and its reliability.

Produced in a very confidential way, the real Mini “Arc de Triomphe” are now very rare on the collection market which explains a rating much higher than the rest of the range. Guaranteed collector and change of scenery guaranteed …

Its price: 16 500 €

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1985 ALPINA B7 TURBO 300HP (BMW E28) /€39000


Alpina will produce the B7 Turbo from April 1984 to July 1987 (236 copies in 300hp and 42 copies in 320hp). Equipped with the original M30 to which Alpina added a Turbo KKK K27 to reach a power of 300hp and 320hp from 1986.

Like any car tuner, Alpina added 16-inch wheels and specific seats, a front and rear spoiler, gold trim on the sides of the car, an Alpina logo on the front grille and rear. 
Lowered by 3cm, it also receives specific running gear to improve handling.

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The Ad that caught our attention is therefore this very rare BMW ALPINA B7 TURBO of 300 HP with 236 copies (73/236) 
put into circulation in March 1985 showing 127 000 km certified.

This car is in perfect original condition, it has never been restored since it was put into circulation by the “garage du bac” as attested by its service book.

Among the recent expenses, have been changed, the exhaust line, the clutch, the brake discs, the front pads, the tires as well as the radiator. 
It is sold with a valid french “contrôle technique”.

Its price: € 39 000

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1989 MERCEDES 190 E 2.5-16 EVOLUTION / €89900


The Mercedes-Benz Type 201, designed by car designer Bruno Sacco and nicknamed  Baby-Benz , is an entry-level sedan marketed from 1982 to 1993. 

Available as Mercedes-Benz 190, it will be the first family car German manufacturer. With more than 1.8 million units, this makes it one of the most successful Mercedes-Benz models. It has been designed to appeal to a younger audience than the one targeted by existing models. Indeed, the study of the model’s aerodynamics make it an economic and sporting vehicle for the time. 

In addition, the safety has not been left out since the 190 can be equipped with ABS, airbag, and the structure of the body has been studied in order to preserve the occupants inside the vehicle.

In 1989, Mercedes-Benz released the 190 EVO I to register for the German Tourism Championship DTM. According to the regulations, the brand must produce 502 road copies. 

This model is created from 2.5 16s, has a four-cylinder in-line engine, 16 valves, displays a power of 204 horsepower at 6,750  rpm (195 horsepower at 6,800  rpm  for the catalyzed version) and slaughter the 0-100 km / h in 7.5 seconds (7.7 seconds for the catalyzed version). It develops a torque of 240  Nm  between 5 000 and 5 500 rpm (235  Nm  between 5 000 and 5 500 rpm for the catalyzed version), its maximum speed is 235  km / h  (230  km / h for the catalyzed version).

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The Ad that caught our attention is this MERCEDES 190 E 2.5-16 EVOLUTION 1 put into circulation on October 4, 1989, one of 502 copies produced, displaying only 107 971 km.

Equipped with a 5-speed manual gearbox, it is described as being in perfect condition. 

Sold completely in original condition with his notebook, his user manual and invoices. 

It is followed by Mercedes, the latest service dating from February 2019

A rare opportunity to acquire a mythical and rare youngtimer but which has a price …

Its price: 89 900 €

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1971 MASERATI INDY Manual Gearbox /99000 €


The Maserati Indy is a GT 2 + 2 luxury produced from 1969 to 1974.

Designed by Virginio Vairo and Delio Meinardi, this model is presented by the bodywork Vignaleau Turin International Motor  Show  1968, in the form of a prototype of two-door coupé with four seats, intended to replace the Maserati Sebring. The name “Indy” was chosen to recall the two victories won by Maserati at the Indianapolis 500 in 1939 and 1940.

Production begins in 1969. The official launch as the new Maserati model takes place at the Geneva Motor Show.

The first set featured the 4.2-liter Maserati V8 engine, but from 1970 the manufacturer proposed a version with its 4.7-liter V8 engine. In 1971, it will also offer a version with its 4.9-liter V8 from the Maserati Ghibli, whose power was reduced from 335 to 320 hp. From 1973, the model will be equipped only with this last engine. In addition to the Maserati Ghibli, this same engine will equip the Bora and Khamsin models. The latest models benefited from the hydraulic braking developed by Citroën.

All engines had four overhead camshafts, powered by four Weber double-barrel carburettors type 42 DCNF. The ZF mechanical gearbox had five gears; a Borg-Warner three-speed automatic transmission was offered as an option.

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The ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Maserati Indy 4.7L produced 1100 copies put into circulation on January 1, 1971.

It is equipped with 4 Weber 42 carburettors producing 290hp and ZF 5 speed gearbox 
Navy blue metallic with a tobacco leather interior.

A very nice 4-seater car maintained whose value continues to rise

Its price: 99 000 €

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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.

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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

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