1975 Longchamp. same owner since 1988.  1300 kilometers. new front sheet metal. new power rack. new Penske NASCAR coilovers and shocks. Original 351. electronic distributor. rebuilt trans. rebuilt rear with new pump. new leather interior with headliner. repainted 15 years ago- very presentable. call 609-317-6392 for more info and pics. 

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Actually, there’s very little stainless on the Longchamp. Most of the trim is chromed steel like the Mangusta. Can you explain more about the reason such a low mileage car needed new sheet metal in the front and a new interior? Thanks,

I agree it is low, but a lot of work will be involved if someone doesn’t want an all-red custom Longchamp. Last week I counted 12 Longchamps (in addition to this one) for sale, and today I was made aware of three more that just came to market. I don’t know what is going on, but I think my Longchamp is now worth much less than it was a few years ago. But I don’t care because it’s a fantastic car to drive. 

Last edited by markcharlton

It is one of the great misconceptions of cars. Rare does not equate to expensive. The Longchamp is a pleasure to drive and like it’s sibling Maserati the stick shift was down right a blast. The convertibles will always be rare and will get the top dollar. 

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