The Transcups are the cabriolets of the car manufacturer Venturi. They are characterized by a hard roof in two parts that can convert the car into coupe, targa or cabriolet. These two parts fit under the front bonnet. Five engines are available, from 160 to 260 horses.
The first appearance of the Transcup Venturi was at the Paris Motor Show of 1988 after a new deficit year for the brand. However, its production really begins in 1990. This elegant and ingenious model is designed by Gerard Godfroy who managed to create a convertible in a rear mid-engined vehicle. It is essentially based on the 200 Coupé. The production of the model stops in 1995 with the disappearance of Transcup 210 and 260.
The Venturi Transcup 260, equipped with a 260hp engine was produced in 17 copies.
The ad that caught our attention is this beautiful Venturi 260 Transcup red Kirsh with a leather interior biscuit with the woodwork on the doors option, put into circulation December 27, 1994, copy number 14 on only 17 Venturi Transcup 260 manufactured displaying 39,000 km on the counter.
The vehicle has a complete history, a large file of bills, it is in exceptional condition, ready to take the road.
It has undergone a major restoration in 2018 with more than 30 000 euros in bills (body, chassis, upholstery, rims, tires, engine, etc.).
We had already evoked the Venturi Transcup 180 ( https://www.larevuedannonces.com/venturi-transcup-180-de-1990-40000e/ ), same model with a less powerful engine and therefore cheaper.
This one is very desirable, a real sports car worthy of the Venturi brand.
Its price: 79 000 €
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