A new week (well, it’s Thursday), a new batch of 25+ year old oddballs found on German Ebay.
Former German military 1984 VW T3 pickup with a matching mobile kitchen. ‘Does well at biker meetings’. €2300 reserve not met, €3500 BIN.
1990 BMW 325i Touring. Manual. Will need a bit of love, but seems solid enough. €1360, no reserve, less than 4 hours left. I’m struggling to not bid myself, but I’ve already own one that I need to sell.
Peugeot 403. Looks pretty enough to me. €782, no reserve.
Very early 1973 Autobianchi A 112. Engine damage, comes with replacement engine. Great interior. Looks like a solid basis for an easy project. €600, no reserve.
Mazda 323 F. No listed year, but produced between 1989 and 1994. €800, zero bids. BIN at €1200.
1986 Mini. LHD, so no problem in parking garages and no shifting with the wrong hand. €366, reserve not met. €3700 BIN.
1987 Ford Escort XR3i convertible “snow flake”. Will need a new roof. No paperwork present. €1, reserve not met.
1981 VW Polo. Restored. Where (unrestored) great condition 1982+ mk2 Polos are plentiful and cheap, the mk1 Polo is a rarity. This is a very late one.
1984 Citroën CX Pallas. Needs a bit of work due to fluid loss problems, but no rust issues and can be driven. €1800, no reserve.
NSU Ro80. One of the first, if not the first, mass market Wankel vehicle in the late 1960s. Restored, new engine.
1983 Renault Alpine A310. €7250, reserve not met.
1990 Citroën XM V6. Manual transmission, seller claims he can’t drive manual anymore (medical reasons?) so the car hasn’t been driven since 2010. This might have caused problems although he’s not sure, the seller claims. €352, no reserve, 2 hours left!
1989 Volvo 340. Only 9000 km! €1500, reserve not met (which is a lot already for a 340)