Before the DeLorean DMC-12 became a movie icon, there was the Bricklin SV-1. Featuring gull-wing doors and composite bodywork of color-impregnated acrylic resin bonded to fiberglass, it was a car designed with an emphasis on safety. They were all assembled in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
This particular example is powered by a crate 351ci Windsor V8, complete with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an MSD ignition module, an aluminum radiator, a single-wire alternator, a replacement starter, and a replacement York AC compressor. Other power modifications include a Tri-Y exhaust headers which feed into a factory rear muffler with dual exhaust outlets. Between 1974-1975, just under 3,000 cars were built, with an estimated 1,700 Bricklins surviving as of today. The one you see here sold for $26,200 USD with 34,000-miles on the odometer. More information here.
- Encourages children to explore and learn while having fun
- Children can play with this set on its own, or combine with other PLAYMOBIL sets for hours of fun
- Country of origin :Germany
This SV-1 is now offered with manufacturer’s literature, a factory suede document bag and portfolio, sales brochures, service records, spare parts, a photo album of the refurbishment, and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name,” said the seller.