Red French: 1989 Renault 4
When was the last time you saw a Renault 4? Unless you are one of the few hundred kooks who owns one of these things in the States, you probably have never seen a Renault 4 in the wild, but I wouldn’t mind adding this one to my stable. Find this 1989 Renault 4 offered for $10,800 in Colorado Springs, CO via ecafebook placemark. Tip from John W.
From the seller:
1989 Renault 4
Listed 8 weeks ago in Colorado Springs, CO
About This Vehicle
Driven 125,090 miles
Exterior color: Red · Interior color: Black
Fuel type: Gasoline
This vehicle is paid off
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.
Take a step back in time with this charming 1989 Renault 4 in vibrant red! We brought this car back from Sicily and have had it since 2016. This compact hatchback is a true blast from the past and is perfect for anyone looking for a unique and stylish vehicle. Although it does require some TLC, this Renault 4 is the perfect vehicle for someone who’s into European classics. With a little bit of love and attention, you could have a one-of-a-kind ride that is sure to turn heads. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to own a piece of automotive history. If you are someone who wants to bring this classic Renault 4 back to its former glory, please reach out via messenger.
This sort of thing is why I keep coming back. I love seeing cars I’ve never seen or even heard of before. This looks like it would be a fun one to run around town in.
These used to be thick on the ground in France, good cheap reliable cars. But heaven forbid you hit something, they are made of tissue paper. This is a CP price, given the mismatched wheels, torn seats and “work needed”. No parts on Rockauto, hope you can type in French when ordering from overseas.
These are famous for suspensions that can smooth the roughest most rudimentary roads yet they have the hang-on-for-dear-life-grab-bar.
What am I missing?
Sure looks nice, although the wheels are a bit much.
Hard to believe this is an ’89 and they were still making these into the early ’90s. Those rear wheels look like old reel-to-reels from a recording studio. I wouldn’t mind a matching set. Props for the personalized plate, but it still won’t stop the masses from asking what you’re driving.
Love the R4 as I grew up with them and enjoyed their incredible ability to get you almost anywhere in Africa. But I love the wheels also, although not on this car – this one needs good old 145/15s. These wheels are for Alpine models – I think R5 Turbo (not the T2) and maybe A310? A joy to see this, but at the price I worry there is too much visible rust.