RENAULT DAUPHINE GORDINI (Restaurado) - 1963
Probably one of best Dauphine Gordini examples in world. Ready to drive to any place in the world.
This 1963 Renault Dauphine Gordini was sold new in Portugal.
Finished in Bleu Gordini ( same color as Gordini Winer Monte Carlo 1958), this Dauphine Gordini features a 845cc four-cylinder and a 4-speed manual transaxle.
Matching numbers & Colors.
Maintenance in last years included complete restoration in 2020. Complete Re-paint, replacement of clutch, battery, tires, all brake system, suspension and complete gearbox and engine restoration. No expense has been spared to turn this into a beautiful classic. Is absolutelly like new.
All interior is original and still in perfect condition
This Dauphine Gordini is being offered with valid Portuguese MOT , a clean Portuguese title, "Certificate of classic vehicle with Historic Interest", original car title (from 1963), certificate of kms and also lot of invoices and photos from all restoration work done in 2020.
This car is in perfect condition at all levels and have a very nice color combination.
Is really difficult to find a Renault Dauphine Gordini in this superb condition.
"As Carlo Abarth was to FIAT and John Cooper to BMC, so Amédee Gordini was to Renault. Since the 1950s, Amédee Gordini, known as 'Le Sorcier' for his almost magical ability to extract high power outputs from engines (particularly of small capacity), has been synonymous with performance versions of Renault saloons. In the late 1950s/early 1960s, his competition-tuned Dauphines did exceptionally well in many forms of motor sport. Their rallying victories were numerous and, indeed, a Dauphine was the first car ever to win outright the three most important rallies of the day: the Tulip Rally (1957), the Monte Carlo Rally (1958) and the Alpine Rally (1959) while also enjoying considerable great success on the racetrack. For several seasons the Dauphine dominated national 1,000cc classes around the world, carrying off overall and class victories in such events as the Mille Miglia, Sebring 12 Hours and Tour de France. The Dauphine remained in production until 1965, by which time it had become the first French car to sell more than two million units."