New vinyl roof: 1972 Vauxhall Firenza

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The only time we saw a car like this was many years ago, and since then we’ve never seen another around or for sale somewhere, until now.

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Of course most of you don’t know about this car but at the same time you hardly will see another one in these stunning conditions: we believe that a real classic car enthusiast doesn’t mind if a car has “noble” origins as long as it is n conditions like this one.

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The seller has provided a very detailed description of the car, saying that the car has two owners in 44 years: it has been repainted in 2010 when it also received new gaskets for the windscreen and rear window and a new vinyl top: the other area of the car are immaculate, especially the interiors which seem like new. The only thing we didn’t understood is the engine displacement: this model was built with different engine size; for sure is not a 2300 cc but it could be a 1300 or a 1700. Find it for sale at £5,300 (today $7,000) here in Oporto, Portugal.

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2 Responses to New vinyl roof: 1972 Vauxhall Firenza

  1. Andrew Beaumont says:

    Interesting to see another one, my uncle has an identical one in white with a black vinyl roof and a 2.0 under the bonnet. Completely standard engine and bodywork with the exception of a front valance from the sportier model and a full stainless steel exhaust. He’s owned it for over 20 years and it has needed virtually no welding. Beautiful car.

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  2. Andrew Beaumont says:

    I should probably add that my uncles is a rhd UK model

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