Up for sale is this 1991 Lotus Elan convertible, finished in red over a black interior with a black fabric convertible top, powered by a turbocharged 1.6 liter four cylinder running through a five-speed manual transmission, with 3,591 miles on the clock. With only about 560 examples making it to the United States, this is a rare and interesting model from Lotus. As a front-drive chassis, it suffered from preconceived notions about its ability, but contemporary reviews of the actual driving experience were glowing, raving about the incredible feel and balance achieved by the little machine. Still considered a benchmark for handling in front wheel drive, this is an exceptionally clean and low mileage example of a rare model, a rewarding drive for the right owner.
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Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for sale is this 1976 AMC Gremlin, finished in red over a tan interior, powered by a 258 cubic inch V6 running through a three-speed automatic transmission, with 117,473 miles on the clock. This Gremlin is a great example of a rare sight, the fastidiously maintained 70‘s domestic economy car. This is a model that represents a big change for the American auto industry, AMC’s very American interpretation of the small car – still rear wheel drive with a longitudinally mounted front engine. Quite a few of these were produced, but it’s hard to find a decent running example – so to find one in this shape is a true treat, and a great opportunity for the right buyer looing for a unique experience – rare even at a Radwood event where, late 20th century cars like these are truly appreciated.
Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for sale is this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am 10thAnniversary Coupe, finished in Silver over a Gray interior, powered by a 6.6-liter V8 running through a three-speed automatic transmission, with 29,667 miles on the clock. This Trans Am was produced in 1979, the last year for the iconic 6.6 liter V8, and is a Tenth Anniversary edition with specific trim and colors. This example was with the original owner until August of 2020. It is now offered for sale by the second and current owner, who stored it and only took it out for summer car shows. This is a numbers-matching, very original example, with low mileage, and while it has some paint flaws in a few places, it’s decals and badging are intact and in excellent condition. Overall, a very clean car, ready to go for the next owner.
Jacksonville, FL, USA
Up for sale is this 1976 Mercedes Benz 280 sedan, in red over a tan MB-Tex interior, with 86,300 miles shown. This Mercedes is an excellent example of the W114 chassis, produced from 1968 to 1976, and is the last year for this chassis before being replaced by the W123 chassis. Available in both sedan and coupe form, this was Mercedes at it’s best with Old World manufacturing methods, a stout robust chassis that was meant to last, with relatively stark but durable interiors that defy age and use. This example presents very well, with a refinished exterior, and an interior that’s mostly original and holding up very well, with some patina and evidence of use, but no significant issues. It has known history, with extensive receipts, and needs no work to be ready for the next owner.
Morgan Twp, PA, USA
Up for sale is this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS coupe, finished in LeMans Blue over a black vinyl interior, running a 396 ci V-8 with a four-speed manual transmission, and showing 94,410 miles. This is a very good example of the first generation Camaro, needing a little attention to minor details, but overall possessing a great specification. The lean design of this first-generation Camaro is particularly striking in the color of this example, and the high spec level is a big plus. Equipped with the L89 engine option, this has the ideal motor for a high-performance Camaro from the factory in the late sixties. Though there is some question as to whether this car was L89 equipped from the factory, the engine itself appears to be correct, with the aluminum cylinder heads that drop fifty pounds from the motor, compared to the iron heads on the L78 396 with iron heads.
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