This 1970 Lenham MG (S/N GAN5UA 86097G) is a blue-plate project has been stored by its current owner since 1985, and now has 38,517 original miles. The Lenham features included a fiberglass fastback hardtop and aerodynamic bonnet that are believed to have been added in England when the car was nearly new. It is very sound according to the seller, but needs paint, carpet, hydraulics, gas tank work, etc., due to storage. It is available in Alhambra, California for $7500.
This 1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider is said to be a local 1-owner car with a hardtop available. The engine and transmission were just rebuilt by the very well respected Alfa expert Glenn Olivera, but the car needs cosmetics and hopefully only minor rust work. Find it here on Craigslist in Walnut Creek, California for $16,950. Special thanks to BaT reader Nathan R. for this submission!
This 1972 Audi 100LS has been a summer car in Ohio all after being driven for a month in Germany when new. The green looks great on this model, and we like the manual transmission after seeing many with automatics. Find it here on eBay in Akron, Ohio.
Our 1972 also has blue California plates, a dry undercarriage, and a fiberglass body that hasn’t ever been hit. We’ve taken the car to very nice driver status with new paint, reproduction bumpers, refinished soccer ball alloy wheels, new Vredestein tires, and extensive electrical and mechanical sorting. It is now available in Sonoma, California for $10,900/offer.