Renault Clio Williams 1993 – SPRZEDANE

To Renault Clio Williams licytowane będzie bez ceny minimalnej, lecz w tym wypadku ciężko liczyć na okazyjną cenę. To pierwszy wyprodukowany egzemplarz tego kultowego modelu, którego pierwszym właścicielem był Bernard Dudot, konstruktor silników Renault F1. Samochód był niegdyś nagrodą za zapewnienie tak wielu sukcesów w królowej wszystkich sportów motorowych. W latach 1992-1997 Renault było powiązane z 85 zwycięstwami w Grand Prix, więc nagroda z pewnością była na miejscu… Renault Clio Williams to sportowa wersja małego hatchbacka, zasilana 16-zaworowym silnikiem o mocy 150 KM. Aby zdobyć homologację w rajdowej grupie A, musiano wyprodukować co najmniej 2500 egzemplarzy. To oprócz szczególnej historii, z pewnością jest również jednym z najlepiej zachowanych. Niedawno otrzymało nowy lakier i ma jedynie 110 tys. km przebiegu na liczniku. Wylicytowane zostało za 41720 euro, czyli za imponujące 175000 złotych.


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Lot 116
1993 Renault Clio Williams #001
No reserve
Estimation 30,000 – 40,000 €

Sale: 3279
Location: Salon Rétromobile – Hall 2.1 Parc des expositions Porte de Versailles 75015 Paris
Date: 09 feb. 2018 14:00
Auctioneer: Hervé Poulain

1993 Renault Clio Williams #001
No reserve

French title
Chassis # VF1C57M0509732604
Manufacture No. F000001
Engine # C000003

– The first car produced
– Owned by Bernard Dudot, famous Renault F1 engine manufacturer
– A well preserved car
– No reserve

Not only is this Clio Williams the very first one produced, but in addition it belonged to no one less than Bernard Dudot. The current owner was able to speak to the famous engine manufacturer, who orally confirmed that Renault had entrusted him with the very first car out of the factory, to thank him for providing Renault many successes in Formula 1! Indeed, in 1990 Nigel Mansell managed 10 victories for Williams-Renault and, in 1993, Alain Prost obtained his fourth World Champion title in that same team. This success continued for several years: between 1992 and 1997, Renault was associated with 85 Grand Prix victories, six manufacturer titles and five driver titles. It was in this atmosphere that the Clio Williams was born, in line with the Clio 16S. It was certified as a Group A model, at least 2,500 units had to be produced. It is the subject of a particularly neat finish, in which the Williams blue is ubiquitous, including on face of the meters. It was powered by a 2-liter 16 valves four-cylinder, which developed 150bhp at 6100rpm, giving the car pocket rocket a top speed of 215 km/h.

Today, this car, which came out of the factory on January 21, 1993, has 109,000 km since new, and its current owner, is the fifth in line. The car comes with a service invoice file, reporting a clutch replacement at 81,000 km, the distributor service in 2016, and the recent replacement of tires. Additionally, it was completely repainted. Well preserved, it comes with a certificate of authenticity, issued by Renault, and its history makes this car, undoubtedly, the most desirable of all Clio Williams.

Estimation 30 000 – 40 000 €

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