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    https://www.classic-trader.com/uk/ca...tre/1937/64311

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    I just remembered I want one of these, cute eh?

    1931-1936 Monaquatre

    I'm tempted to suggest this car may be a replica because I would have thought it would have been built with suicide doors, but who would know.


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    ... on second thoughts, maybe not..

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    I think you need one MG
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    Just waiting on a call from the lottery office.

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    Another one with rear opening door

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    Apparently there were three versions of it over the period, YN1, YN2 YN3 and YN4. I dont know what the detailed differences were. Wikipedia lists some of the changes, but is silent on the doors.
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    Default Stella..!

    The Renault Stella chassis was used for several vehicles back in the day.

    https://youtu.be/aTocv0SgOoU

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    A little bit of Primaquatre action..

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    Hmm.... Here's one I saw. In your colour I notice....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    The Renault Stella chassis was used for several vehicles back in the day.

    https://youtu.be/aTocv0SgOoU
    Just found this! Surprisingly plain inside, but I guess restored that way? Did you notice the front flashers are actually the Scintex units Renault used post-war on the 4CV (like mine) and the odd Traction, also at the rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    Just found this! Surprisingly plain inside, but I guess restored that way? Did you notice the front flashers are actually the Scintex units Renault used post-war on the 4CV (like mine) and the odd Traction, also at the rear.

    Thanks.
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    The Renault Stella chassis was used for several vehicles back in the day.

    https://youtu.be/aTocv0SgOoU
    ...erm, yes of course I noticed, how could I not.

    Speaking of Stella, look what I have in my collection of artefacts, I've no idea from which model it belongs but it is a bit of pre-war memorabilia for sure.

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    This is still my heart's desire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    This is still my heart's desire.
    You and me both JW..

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    Perhaps three of us could buy shares and take it for 4 months each, each year. Then again I guess even 3rd share would take all my super and then some.

    Not sure that a restored car will always represent exactly what the original may have had. The upholstery on the old barn find one might provide a better idea. But then cars that expensive would have probably have been done to the purchasers taste.
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    ...don't be surprised if it comes back with a different engine after my turn.

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    What a shame we don't have a land bridge with France, I would phone in sick Monday and go pick this baby up..

    https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1445538804.htm/


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    Peek under the bonnet. Straight 8 of 4.24 litres.

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    $6200 plus $5000 shipping. Cheap Graham. Buy it! Buy it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunroof View Post
    $6200 plus $5000 shipping. Cheap Graham. Buy it! Buy it!
    That IS cheap. You'd almost buy it just for the upholstery. They're really Al Capone cars in French drag of course, but I love it.

    You can get to France the day after you leave Oz...…
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEDOOR View Post
    Peek under the bonnet. Straight 8 of 4.24 litres.

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    Thanks Arto, I'm still searching for one of those engines, let me know if you trip over one in Finland.

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