Anyone selling a 222 or Ghibli II?

MRichards

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Very rare in terra nullius,although I saw one sell at auction in Melbourne 3 months ago. They have the worst reputation for reliability of any car so are shunned.
 

Wally

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These things happen. But thankfully there are many good examples around as well. Proper maintenance (invoices…) are crucial!
 

Nayf

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If you think I don't know what I'm talking about,check this link,

A fellow club nember had one of these biturbo nightmares & it did actually spend more time being fixed for a multitude of problems than it did on the road. He eventually gave up on it.
The later ones - the ones actually being requested by the OP - are far more reliable than the early ones, largely due to fuel injection.
 

MRichards

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I note with considerable glee the biturbo & it's siblings feature on the list of the worst cars of the 20th. century. Beaulieu Museum is staging an exhibition of the century's worst cars. The director wryly comments that getting loans of these cars is difficult as owner/enthusiasts are blind to the faults of these cars & object to them being the worst. The list makes v. interesting reading.
 

Nayf

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I note with considerable glee the biturbo & it's siblings feature on the list of the worst cars of the 20th. century. Beaulieu Museum is staging an exhibition of the century's worst cars. The director wryly comments that getting loans of these cars is difficult as owner/enthusiasts are blind to the faults of these cars & object to them being the worst. The list makes v. interesting reading.
Disappointing clickbaitery.
Still, means I have an outside chance of buying several from that list.