1927 Bugatti Type 35

Winning bid: US $2,141.66

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Funnybug sez:
wow! what a steal!.

 

Ebay Description:

Up for sale is a Bugatti kit car built on a 1969 VW beetle frame. I have had a blast with this car but its time to sell. The little car runs and drives and pretty much turns every head it passes. I am selling it at a no reserve auction so the highest bidder drives it home. Has clear Ohio Title. Its located in Zip code 45248

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvIUY_KIrtI

Exterior: The body is a 8 out of 10. Paint has gloss but is not a professional job, more of a 5 foot paint job; it looks good from 5 feet away. Working headlights and tail lights, O'oga horn works. New hood strap and good tires. Body is fiberglass. Windshield has a crack, but I can have that replaced for $10.00 if the winning bidder wants it done. I replaced the brake wheel cylinders and brand new brake shoes on the rear. Has turn signals but are not hooked up, Tail lights work but brake lights need a new pressure switch to activate them.

Interior: I just put new carpet in it and trim. Oil pressure gauge works, amp meter gauge does not work, but alternator does charge battery. Has storage up front on passenger side. Newer battery, new battery cable, new choke cable, new Master brake cylinder. has lap belts for driver and passenger.

Engine: I was not able to get the engine tuned up prior to this auction starting but have ordered a new point set, condenser, plug wires, spark plugs, distributor cap, and rotor button to complete the tune up. Just did and oil change and put a new air filter on it. Also cleaned out the carb. Motor will run like a top when buyer comes to pick it up. The video of it driving down the road is at 34 mph. No leaks, is air cooled vw 4 cylinder engine, I think its 1800cc. Clutch is strong, 4 speed manual transmission.


 


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