Can be picked up in: France - Sans objet kilometres - In need of restoration
|Condition:||In need of restoration|
|Model Type:||AMK Championne de France 75|
|Reserve Price:||With reserve price|
Champion of France 1975, Group 6 Class 1300.
This vehicle belonged to my grandfather since 1976. Has always been kept in the family. It has been stored for many years in a place with controlled hydrometry, perfectly healthy.
It is one of the very rare copies built by André Marcadier himself, which which could explain the excellent results of the vehicle in the 1975 Championship of France. This vehicle has never been restored nor modified except for the arch in the late 1970s. As a result, it has kept all its features of the 1975 championship.
The carburettors and intake pipe are missing (2 Weber 40 DCOE).
An additional back cover is available. The Gotti magnesium rims are in perfect condition.
Chassis in good condition, the body is in original condition (see photos). At the time, the vehicle had several engines including the original one that is no longer available (R8 Gordini Mignotet preparation). The available engine is a specific Alpine 1300 (Carter Alpine Turbo, Alpine Atmospheric Mobile Crew). The vehicle also had a 1600 Alpine A310 at the time.
A complete overhaul is necessary in order to take advantage of this historic vehicle again. Taking care in reassembling it as it was is a unique opportunity to enjoy the sensations of a bygone era in the best car of its time in its category.
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Voulmentin (France). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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