Excellent condition, 4.9 liter V8 engine, 5-speed ZF gearbox, only 47K miles, last of the metal bumper Bora
This Bora was built in July 1974 and was one of the last Bora built before the factory switched to the big rubber bumpers. The car is in very nice condition. Body is in superb condition with excellent body gaps and no rust. The Rosso Fuoco (red fire) paint is also very nice. I doubt you will be disappointed with the condition of the body and how the car looks.
The interior is also very nice. Both front seats were redone in matching leather and are in excellent condition. The two front carpets were also redone. The rest of the interior is in very good original condition.
All gauges, including the clock, are in working condition. The AC is connected but does not blow cold, most likely low on freon. New clutch main and slave cylinders. Tires are Michellin Pilot in good condition. Stainless steel roof is excellent with no dents. This is very important on a Bora as fixing a dented roof is close to impossible.
Mechanically the car is very nice with excellent oil pressure and no fluid leaks. This Bora pulls strong! Engine is original to the car and the number matches the VIN number. Inside the engine bay it looks nice and unmolested. The engine even has the original Cavis spark plug wires. I just had the hydraulic system serviced with both brake accumulators rebuilt and a new main pressure sphere installed. Although the hydraulic system was working properly I do not like going more than 10 years before having them redone. Better safe than sorry. The headlights, seat adjustment and pedal adjustment, which are all controlled by the hydraulic system, are working properly.
Includes spare tire with it cover, original owner's manual, jack with bag.
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