Cream puff, drives smoothly, no shake rattle or roll. Has a hard top as well as soft top. No rust. Assembled in Sindelfingen Germany, delivered May 7, 1981; interior restored November 2010; painted June 2011; newer tires, original miles, new front brakes, must see.
Here’s a car to consider when the talk turns to future classics, those vintage vehicles that are relatively unloved and inexpensive today but have a lot of possible upside in the future.
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