1976 Lancia Scorpion - Beautiful Car - Must See - Rare and Classic Survivor


Technical specifications of Lancia Scorpion 1976

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Euclid, Ohio, United States
Make: Lancia
Model: Scorpion
Type: Coupe
Year: 1976
Mileage: 74045
VIN: 137AS0100986
Color: Black
Engine size: 4 cyl
Number of cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: Leather Seats, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Car description

We are Euclid Car Co at 1240 E. 286th St., Euclid, OH 44132, Fax No. 216-417-5301.Thank you for looking at our vehicle. You will need a Paypal account to bid. Our hours of operation and pickup times are Mon - Fri from 9AM to 5PM.Please do not message us through eBay, only by our phone number. We do not read texts. Phone calls only. If for some reason we don't answer the phone, leave a message and we promise to call you back as soon as possible. If you have any questions about the vehicle, call Stan at 216-598-7011. If you win the vehicle, please send a $500 deposit to our Paypal account within 12 hours. Full payment due in 3 days. eBay is letting anybody bid, regardless of your past history. If you as a buyer have not bought at least 3 items in the last 3 months, you need to call us before you bid or your bid will be immediately removed.
We are trying to be fair to all buyers and we do not want non paying bidders bidding up cars that an honest person wants to buy, and being bid up by a person who is playing a game with our account and thousands of other accounts in this country. We want to be fair and square to all real potential bidders. Non paying buyers will be reported to eBay. We hope not to have any.Balance is to be paid by check, cash orwire transfer only. Please send us your name and phone number directly through eBay so we can work out the paperwork and delivery afterdeposit has been made. We charge $150 for paperwork and title transfer and 45 daytags are available for $25.

We sell all cars as-is, which means the buyer isresponsible for any and all repairs, according to the Ohio Buyer’s Guide (includes body, mechanical, frame and interior). We do our best to describe all vehicles as accurately as possible, but keep in mind that opinions may differ and that it’sthe buyer’s responsibility to inspect the car before bidding. We advise all bidders to get a third party to check out the vehicle if they can’t make it out themselves to ensure their complete satisfaction. This must be done before bidding. When you view the pictures of the vehicle, make sure you look at them on a large screen to ensure that you can see all attributes of the car.

If the car starts and runs onto the truck, but it does not start at arrival, that is the buyer’s responsibility (cars may be damaged on a long, bouncy trip). Once the car is paid for, all buyers should put insurance on the vehicle because they now own it. We will work with your shipper or you can call Mike, our shipper, for a rate at 781-763-7447 Ext. 208. We leave all buyers positive feedback. All sales are final. All deposits are non-refundable, so please make sure you know exactly what you're buying before you bid. Our shipper will get the car to you within 4 days to 2 weeks at a fair price. If you'd like to call him for a price, that would be fine.

All cars left on our lot after 30 days will be charged $18 a day and we hope we never have to collect a dime. But we don't have enough space to store everyone's car after they're paid for. It's the buyer's responsibility to pick up their car that they just purchased. Please remember we are on the buyer's side. Please only bid if you are a real bidder who wants to purchase the vehicle, and again, if you haven't purchased 3 items over the last 3 months we will remove your bid. If you're a zero bidder and you bid at the last second just before the auction ends, the vehicle will be offered to the bidder before you and you will not end up with the vehicle, so you need to call us.

Thank you for looking at our classic 1976 Lancia Scorpion survivor. This car came from Canada to Ohio many years ago and it was running perfectly 14 years ago. After we bought it from the gentleman 4 years ago, our mechanic did some work on it. The car ran fine for a while, but soon it would lose the electric feed to keep it running. We have no idea if it’s a short in the wire or a kill switch, but we did try replacing many parts in it that did not fix the problem. So upon purchasing the vehicle you'll need to tow it out and put in a fresh battery.

For some reason when the mechanic gave it back to us, there was no battery, probably because it was old. Either fix it yourself or go to a mechanic that’s smarter than mine who knows foreign cars to fix the loose wire or short. My mechanic worked on it for a couple months off and on but he's been sick for the past 3 years and hasn't had the chance to complete it. So I bought it back and I'm selling it. The engine, transmission, brakes, exhaust and clutch are all fine. As you can see, the body is in fantastic condition, especially for being 44 years old.

The interior will need some upholstery done on the seats and a new radio, because when I purchased it there was no radio. The sunroof does work but I forgot how to push it all the way up. But it has the owner's manual that will tell you how to do it.

This is a very rare car. There's probably maybe 50 to 100 of them or less that ever came to the United States. If you take this to a car show this summer once the quarantine is over you will definitely have the only 1976 Scorpion in the show. The odometer of the car reads 74K actual miles, which are the real miles, but the title reads 78K actual miles because somebody somewhere down the line wrote down the wrong miles, and that's how I'm going to leave the title, with 78K actual miles. So once you drive 4K miles, the title will be correct (I don't want to mark it non-actual because it will hurt the value of the car).

If you have a chance to stop by and check this car out over the next 7 days, we think you'll be really impressed with what you see. We think the pictures are good enough that you'll be able to see exactly what you're buying if you're the last highest bidder when the auction ends in 7 days.


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