There are a nice few
unicorns Coelacanths in here. Let’s start with this 1985 Alfa Romeo 6. So extraordinary, but I just had to add it. Very rare nowadays, especially in this condition.
1978 Opel Kadett “Rennwagen” (racecar). It’s got the straight six and 5 speed from an Opel Senator, the same engine that formed the basis for the Lotus Omega engine. Tiny, RWD, light weight.
Always wanted to drive around in a piece of Commie culture, yet you’re not interested in a smoky 2 stroke engine? Good luck, this very late (1990) Trabant came from the factory with a reliable western 4 stroke engine. Currently at €5, with almost 6 days left.
And talking about Passats, here’s a 1978 Audi 100 with a green interior to make a certain 505 lover very happy. There’s already a little bidding war going on, it went up in price while I was writing this. Currently at €1004 with 6 days left.
1990 VW T3 Doka Synchro (AWD) turbo diesel. Restoration candidate. Drivable, but will need some rust removal. 1 owner vehicle, supposedly. €1510, reserve not met.
1982 Ford Granada wagon. The big Euro Ford from the 1970s. Green on green. Will need some work. €336, no reserve.
1986 Opel Senator with a straight six, RWD and a screaming chicken. BIN for €990.
1984 Fiat Panda. A very early one, and a very rare one at that. Very good condition, BIN for €4300, which is probably more than what it was worth when new. When was the last time you saw a metal grill mk1 Panda?
And last, a cure little
FAF DAF. 1974, CVT transmission. Yes, a CVT. Dutch manufacturer DAF pioneered the CVT since the 1950s. Their car division was taking in by Volvo in the 1970s. €403, with less than a day left.