Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present a true piece of American
Heritage, a 1978 Clenet Continental Series 1. Clenet's first car
was called the Series I. It was a roadster designed in a 1930s
style. A total of 250 factory-authorized Clenet Series I vehicles
were produced. This specific Clenet is #67 of 250. Clenet's sold
for around US$105,000 in the 1970s. Recently Clenet's in new
condition with no mileage have sold for $100,000 to $150,000. This
Clenet is finished in BMW Sahara paint, and Mercedes Benz Gray
Beige with tan interior and wood dash accents that embody the
nostalgic feel of the 1930's but paired with modern technology and
affordability. Outfitted with a 351 Cleveland motor and automatic
transmission with only 38,287 miles this Clenet is a one of a kind
find with plenty of life left. Also includes a custom hardtop with
storage cart. It can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD
pictures and a HD video at
For additional information please call our sales staff at
(702)830-9215 or email us at [email protected] Our
Las Vegas Showroom located at: 6580 S. Lindell Road Suite 300 Las
Vegas, NV 89118. To view 3000+ classics or exotics, please visit:
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1978 Clenet Series I
Exterior Color:Sahara/Gray Beige
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