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Paris Rhone Dynastart For Sale

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To suit 1927/9 Renault Monosix and possibly a number of other late 1920s early 1930s French cars a 12 Volt Paris Rhone Dynastart.

Fully rebuilt by Swiss Paris-Rhone specialist at vast expense some three years ago but unused since, also includes Refurbished control (switch) box and a NEW Paris-Rhone cut-out. 

Square 4 X 10mm stud mounting at 12cm centres. Length from rear of mounting flange to front of main body is 21.5 cm.

 Length over all, from tip of nose to rear of drive dog (coupling), 34 cm. WEIGHT 20 Kgs.  Note it is VERY heavy. For packing add another  5 to10 Kgs 


$1,000 plus packing and freight.

At present located in Melbourne AUSTRALIA.

email <twooldlags@gmail.com>




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I have finally sold the Dynastart through the Prewarcar website. It is going to Malta. I have also sold a Lucas Starter this one going to Ireland, from Australia,  also through Prewarcar. For anyone looking for English and European cars or parts it is worth a look. While not a large as this AACA Forum it is devoved to mainly private sales. I have had more success  in either buying or selling oldcar stuff than anywhere else. It is looked at by enthusiasts all around the world.

Today my "Stars" are telling me that NOW is an ideal time to declutter my life. I had already decided to make a serious attempt to clear out some of the stuff I have been storing for years.



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I agree, PreWarCar is often overlooked as a great advertising site.  I've sold three cars on the site, one within a couple of hours of listing, but all three were sold within a few days of listing, and all three went either to Europe or South America.  Two were major project pre-war cars and the third was a very rusty mid-60's Mercedes SL (and yes, the buyer knew about the rust, videos and pictures up on a rack!)

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