Rare third hand sold new in France with removable Hardtop & LPG bi-fuel - V8 360ci (5.9L) - 3-speed automatic transmission
This vehicle has a standard French registration and a valid MOT. This is a rare model which was sold new in France in 1978 in the Bordeaux region. This vehicle is presented in a typical two-colour blue and white livery on a blue interior and the mileage shows 51.505 km. The records confirm that this is a third hand which is presented in original preserved condition with some signs of wear and in very good working condition.
This vehicle has comes from a revision and works really well, including:
- new rear brakes
- new front brake calipers
- new master cylinder
- new rear wheel cylinders
- redone ignition
- new front window mechanisms
Note: the LPG bi-fuel works but needs to be verified.
The body and paint appear to be original and are overall in very good condition with some signs of wear (see photos). The upholstery is in need of some attention on the passenger’s side but the interior is otherwise in good condition and shows the care that this vehicle has received.
The removable hardtop permits this Ramcharger to transform into a convertible for the Summer!
This vehicle can be viewed and retrieved in Nantes, France.
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The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Nantes (France). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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