Where can you find one of these these nowadays? We dare to say that it’s almost impossible to find a similar example of this eighties cultcar. Delivered new in 1987 in the Netherlands, always stored inside and almost all around still in its first paint. We recently bought it from the first owner. This car has to be seen to be believed. Really for the enthusiast or collector of Japanese classics.
The pouch with the service records is complete, as are the on-board tools. The mileage is also pretty low at just 116,000 km. At the time, the Laurel was very luxurious with many options such as cruise control, electric windows and mirrors, central door locking, power steering, tinted glass, etc. The 6-cylinder engine is extremely reliable and is still suitable for daily use.
We would like to invite you to come over and convince yourself of the quality of this classic.
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