Rear Engine Oddity: 1958 Renault 4CV

The Renault 4CV, also known as quatre chevaux, was a compact economy car with a rear-mounted engine. It was crafted as France’s counterpart to the VW Beetle and enjoyed global sales between 1947 and 1961. Unveiled at the 1946 Paris Auto Show during the post-war era, the 4CV quickly earned the moniker “la motte de beurre” (the butter lump) due to its distinctive shape. Find this 1958 Renault 4CV offered for $4,750 in Coopersburg, PA via horseface marketpower. Tip from ME.

From the seller:

1958 Renault cv4 cv4 Very cool rare car
Listed a week ago in Coopersburg, PA
About This Vehicle
Driven 72,461 miles
Manual transmission
Exterior color: Burgundy · Interior color: Grey
Fuel type: Gasoline
This vehicle is paid off
Clean title
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.

Seller’s Description
What I have is a very rare hard to find 1958 Renault 4 CV has a 4 cylinder water cooled rear mounted engine with a 3-speed manual transmission this is surely not something you see very often the car is all complete and original interior is in very good condition exterior is I would say a seven out of a 10 there is some bubbling here and there but it is also a 1958 does run and drive but still needs the brakes bled and a lower radiator hose and some TLC refer to the pictures you could see how the doors are suicide doors very cool micro four-door car asking $4,750 or best offer also has a clean title please do not ask me if it is available if it is posted up it is available only serious buyers or possible trades

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