Sometimes it happens that vintage cars satisfy the sight – even more than modern ones – but someone is missing something.
This is something, in most cases, power: in reality we believe that the real problem of classic cars is braking, but ours is obviously a subjective point of view. As for the power instead, in our case we prefer if we have to choose between the eye and the stomach, we prefer the first.
This is not the case for those who transplanted a V8 engine taken from a Rover, apparently using the original engine mounts, therefore without modifications. The seller says the original engine is also available and can be reinstalled with little effort. The rest of the car seems to be in good condition but it is far from perfect: many external trims are missing, the wheels seem not the correct Borrani, the dashboard should not be in the same color as the bodywork. However, as always, whether it’s worth it or not depends on the price. Find it for sale here in Sonoma, CA, with bidding a $25,000 and reserve not met.