Riley 4/68 Model 9 Special (Keith Roach)
975 000 kr
- 8 450 mil
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Beskrivning och övrig information
Bilen ingår i en privat samling och nuvarande ägare har ägt den i över 20 år, den är registrerad. Över 100 högupplösta bilder kan presenteras samt video. Priset 93,000 betalas i Euro. 4/68 i överskriften stämmer inte, Blocket tillät inte annonsen utan att välja från deras dropmeny. Bilen finns inte i Sverige, ring för mer info om hur vi kan ombesörja info/visning/transport. Things to know about this RILEY 9 „SPECIAL“ Rileys were already converted in England in the 30s and 40s for racing purposes in so-called "Specials". This Riley is also a "Special", which was designed by none other than KEITH ROACH more than 20 years ago. KEITH ROACH is regarded as a true master of his business and realized the resurrection of a AUTO UNION RACING CAR for AUDI, among others. The company "ROACH MANUFACTURING" still exists, is easy to find via Google and you will not believe your eyes what you can see there. However, it can be assumed that the prices have probably changed considerably in the last 20 years The Riley described here was never just an exhibition vehicle, but was regularly used by its owner at rallies and races. The sound is tinnitus killing and every AMG owner will wonder how to generate such a sound experience from 4 cylinders. The handover of the Riley takes place incl. new TüV / service. Historical facts about the Riley 9: The Riley 9 was a vehicle of the lower middle class, which the company Riley presented to the public in 1926. Powered by a four-cylinder in-line engine, the first engine in the company's history with V-shaped suspended valves, cross-flow cylinder head and two bottom-mounted camshafts. With a displacement of 1086 cm³, the engine in the then expansion stage had a maximum output of 29 bhp (21 kW). All four wheels were mounted on rigid axles with semi-elliptic springs. The vehicles were available as Tourer and various other bodies. In 1929 the limousines Riley 9 Kestrel and Riley 9 Monaco appeared. The production of the 104 km/h fast cars was stopped in 1935 without a successor. The basis of our "Special" is a Riley 9.