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1937 Renault Primaquatre ACL 2

Perpignan, France
Details of the vehicle
Year 1937
Mileage 63000 km
En avant
  • Invoice history available
  • Original color
  • Non-accident vehicle
  • Technical inspection less than 6 months old
  • Normal car registration
  • Vehicle of French origin
  • Meter in km
  • Less than 3 owners
  • Original mechanical parts
  • Original body parts
  • Left-hand steering wheel
  • Healthy underpinnings
Seller's Note
Discover exclusively on Veitura this Renault Primaquatre ACL 2 from 1937. Visible near Perpignan, it is in a very good condition. It is equipped with its original engine, which has 14 hp and 85 type side valves. The manual transmission of this car has 3 gears, plus one for reverse. This car is equipped with cable brakes. A car in good condition The bodywork is in good condition, the beige color is original. The brown velvet interior is also in good condition. The history of this car is well known. It has had only two owners in 84 years of existence. This vehicle is used for weddings and by the current owner for cabotage around his home. History of the Renault Primaquatre ACL 2 Renault introduced the Renault Primaquatre ACL 2 in 1937 and stopped production after World War II due to its high cost price. The car had an independent suspension at the front, as well as a double wishbone. This car was also known for its rear seat with three folding armrests. Its four-cylinder engine propelled it up to a speed of 90 km/h. The Primaquatre ACL 2 was also presented as "the car of the home", i.e. the car of the family. Indeed, it is an ideal collector's car with its comfortable seats and low maintenance costs. We recommend it to all lovers of the history of the diamond brand. More information We can also manage the delivery of the vehicle to your home. The cost is about 1 euro per km driven. Veitura offers its customers a fast, secure and simplified experience in buying and selling classic cars through its digital solution and its network of automotive advisors on the ground.
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