1982 Renault Fuego Turbo 1.6L

Price: US $1,750.00 Item location: Tampa, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Renault
  • Model: Fuego
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1982
  • Mileage: 49000
  • VIN: 11111111111111111
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 1.6L Turbo
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1982 Renault Fuego

THE ACTUAL VIN 1CD36B0C2583673 ... Ebay didn't recognize the VIN so I posted it here in the description

RARE & one of the last ones remaining in the U, even world
After so much thought, I reluctantly decided to sell my 1982 Fuego Turbo. The only reason why I am selling it it's because, by the time I get to it it will be another year or so. And that's because I already have a Delorea, a Maserati & a Fiat 131 in line in front of it to finish.
I had 2 Fuego, the other one was basically a daily driver with 42k only but it had rust on the bottom sills (bough that car in Conneticut), after driving it daily for 4 years, I took it apart, saved all the best bits including engine & transmission & the idea was to make 1 (the one listed here) out of the 2.The one I have listed her,
-has the whole dash from the other on, the OZ wheels to,
-had the hood already in prime,
-PLUS a custom made intercooler (way superior that the original design which was known for the plastic to pop off at boost sometimes). This was done by Vortex Motorsport a few years ago.
-It already has Bilstein shock,
- Replaced the US awful bumpers with a bumper kit for Fuegos that resemble more the euro versions or Argentinian GTA- I replaced headlights with Euro spec headlights that I picked up in Paris- comes with the spare motor with 42k miles on it- spare transmission 42k miles on it
-extra hood from the other fuego I had-clear title-a folder with receipt, records & paperwork-also have spare gauge clusters I picked up overseas in phenomenal condition-OEM new mudflaps (in collage pictur, just a little dirty)-many extra parts to finish this project-surprisingly the headliner lasted the test of time & has no tears or rip, it just sags a little but not terrible

Car has been sitting for a few years & it's not running. It will need restoratio, a complete gone thru & for sure a thorough cleaning. The rear bumper has a crack on the fiberglass from when we were rolling it on the lot and bumped into an old bmw 320.
I wanted to be the last one standing having one in the U, but I need to get to the other ones first. Hoping a Renault fanatic brings this one to glory & keeps it to be the last one as a piece of French auto history.