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Thread: WTB: R17, R17 TS or R17 Gordini

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    From yesterdays fathers day car show I was having so much fun I forgot to take picture, so only have a few.











    Now she is back to original svelte French design








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    Wonderful photos, what a time machine! Hopefully I can find an R15 someday and get it to similar condition.

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    Thank you!!

    Best of luck in your search.

    Picture from today's drive at sunset.

    Cheers,

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwwalker View Post
    Wonderful photos, what a time machine! Hopefully I can find an R15 someday and get it to similar condition.

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    Swapped wheels

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    Hi Steve,
    Just rejoined Renault Club since I just retired. If I read this correctly, you might be interested in a 1978 Gordini ... I realize this is an old post but thought I'd put a few words out in space. I have a original owner 1978 Gordini. It has original everything ... including paint with low miles. I'd have to check, but we think less than 50,000 miles. It has been kept in a garage at all times, has new tires and brakes. It has the rare hard top option that connects over the electric convertible top. It is a joy to drive. We are just in a different place and are thinking it is time to find a new home for the car.
    Frank franktoda@aol.com


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Z1 View Post
    5/3/2015 Still looking


    Hi Gang,

    Well I know the odds are pretty low but I am looking for an excellent condition 72 or 73 R17 or a 1974-1977 (78) R17 Gordini. Also a R17 TS would work. Cannot be a project car. The nicer the better

    Please email me at sdiamond59 at gmail dot com

    I am located in the US in Colorado.

    Thank you for looking.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by todafamily View Post
    Hi Steve,
    Just rejoined Renault Club since I just retired. If I read this correctly, you might be interested in a 1978 Gordini ... I realize this is an old post but thought I'd put a few words out in space. I have a original owner 1978 Gordini. It has original everything ... including paint with low miles. I'd have to check, but we think less than 50,000 miles. It has been kept in a garage at all times, has new tires and brakes. It has the rare hard top option that connects over the electric convertible top. It is a joy to drive. We are just in a different place and are thinking it is time to find a new home for the car.
    Frank franktoda@aol.com
    Hi Frank,


    I believe Steve has 2 (or is it 3 now) nice R17s ... but there are others of us looking for one. I'd love to hear more info/pics of the car and where it might be located.

    Mike

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