The car has since been refinished in yellow over green leather upholstery, and its numbers-matching 1.6L flat-four is paired with a four-speed manual transaxle. Features include dual carburetors, later-model 15″ chrome wheels with hubcaps, a rear luggage rack, and a Blaupunkt radio. Service in reparation for the sale reportedly involved replacement of the battery.
A chrome luggage rack is mounted over the twin-grille deck lid, and additional exterior details include European-style headlights, front fog lamps, body-color bumpers with chrome bumperettes, a driver’s side mirror, and exhaust tip extensions. The paintwork and exterior trim are shown up close in the photo gallery below.
Chrome-finished 15″ ventilated steel wheels were sourced from a later-model Porsche and measure 5.5″ in width.
The interior was trimmed in black leatherette from the factory and has since been reupholstered in green leather. Features include front bucket seats as well as folding rear jump seats with adjustable tan luggage straps, and a perforated white headliner is paired with textured white visors. Replacement green square-weave carpeting covers the floors along with black and tan Coco mats. A Blaupunkt radio mounted in the center of the dash is connected to speakers located in the front kick panels.
A three-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of green-letter VDO instrumentation that includes a 7k-rpm tachometer, a 120-mph speedometer, a combination gauge, and an analog clock. The five-digit odometer shows approximately 100k miles, and total mileage is unknown.
The 1.6-liter flat-four is equipped with dual Solex carburetors topped with Knecht mesh air filters and was rated at 95 horsepower when new. The battery is said to have been recently replaced.
Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transaxle.