I believe 858 is the lowest mile goose that exists (2,950). The car is completely documented from new. Delivered to the selling dealer in blue, the 1st owner had the car painted fly yellow.  The car was stripped and painted back to it's original blue scheme in 2015.   Everything else on the car is original including the tires. Original California car, still in CA. Zero rust. Photos of the paint restoration show the perfect condition of the body.  Best, lowest mile Mangusta, period!

$375K. my # is 928-231-4040

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Think higher $$ if a Euro buyer pipe up....... less than this has sold for more!!!

What a time capsule!  What a beaut!!!!    Tan interior is rare(?) !

I do see that it has a skid pan/shield in place!   Pic's aren't all coming thru my well hindered ISP......will check later, but can't see if all tools/jack  etc are present....hope so!

Also can't tell if this chassis has the lesser supported rear crossmember where the lower a-arms connect......

I suspect that this would be a 302 at this point in production, but would be nice to know if it is a 289!   Close up of the engine would be nice too.....see which version of jackshaft holder it has!

Cheers!

 

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