Well, mostly Brazilian Volkswagens, others are there too. The predominant vehicles in this collection are the sporty Brazilian Volkswagen SP2s. Conditions vary, but the prices, oddly, do not.
I always wonder about the thought pattern of someone who builds up a collection like that: what were his plans? Why so many? Was he going to restore them? Scrap them? Preserve them? I have no idea. Full ad and more pictures after the jump.
|CAR BRAND||TYPE||ASKING PRICE|
|SP2||16 ASSEMBLED Complete||R$10.000 EACH|
|SP2||7 FRAME OFF Complete||R$10.000 EACH|
|Kombi||1972 BUS 6 DOORS EXTREMELY RARE Complete||R$15.000|
|Karmann Ghia||1974 KG TC ASSEMBLED Complete||R$12.000|
|Avallone||FORMULA VW FRAME OFF EXTREMELY RARE||R$20.000|
|Lancia||4 DOORS BI-TURBO ASSEMBLED Complete||R$12.000|
|Fiat 128||4 DOORS ITALIAN, AMERICAN MODEL, RETRACTIL BUMPERS ASSEMBLED Complete||R$10.000|
|Towner||FROM KOREA ASSEMBLED Complete||R$5.000|
From the ad:
Barn containing a treasury of Brazilian and a few non-Brazilian antique cars.
These cars are mostly complete; all of them carry clear titles free of any encumbrances.
The table below shows the Barn contents. A click on the underlined heading will take you to the cars pictures.
NOTE ABOUT THE ASKING PRICE: All prices are quoted in Brazilian Reais, the local currency. Use your currency exchange rate to the Real to calculate the asking price in your own currency. For example, R$10,000 at current rate is about US$4,855
Hmm… so $7200 for that bus.