German car. The first owner bought the car in Germany. An American military that was stationed in Germany. Shortly after purchase the car was shipped to the owner’s home in Florida and imported in the US. Original German plate comes with the car.
The second owner from Texas bought the car in 2001 and due to it’s original condition he drove the car rarely. As did I.
I bought the car in 2015 in the US and imported it to Belgium. The car was registered in Belgium in 2015.
No costs were spared.
In 2020 the car was extensively serviced. New oils (gearbox, engine), new filters (gasoline and air), all brake calipers were revised and resealed, new discs were installed around, brake fluid was renewed, new Koni rear shocks installed, …
Oil return pipes were renewed in 2015. Engine is dry.
Everything works as should. Except for the A/C that is disconnected. Radio was changed to a Blaupunkt radio with Bluetooth.
Belgian technical inspection valid until 8/2/2024.
In conclusion, an original Euro spec German car that spent it’s life in a warm climate. Highly collectible.
You are welcome to come and look at the car in Mortsel. (South of Antwerp)