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1975 BRICKLIN SV-1 351 CID Ford V8 Engine Automatic Transmission Power Steering and Brakes A/C 191 Produced in Safety Suntan Air Doors Vehicle Title in Pennsylvania in 2011 with 9,446 Actual Miles. Vehicle Was Not Registered for License Plate. Odometer Currently Reads 9,495 and is Believed to be Correct (Branded Actual on Current Ohio Title). Owner Believes It's Sitting on the Original BF Goodrich Tires
1975 BRICKLIN SV-1 1975 Bricklin SV-1 Why This Car Is Special The 1975 Bricklin SV-1, like the one we have here for sale at Skyway Classics, is part of the rare exotic car made with manufacturers drivetrains and designer bodies with gull wing doors. So when you can get low-mileage well-preserved example then it's time to take notice. This 1975 Bricklin SV-1 is powered by a 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission and was refurbished in Safety Orange over tan vinyl upholstery owner
1975 BRICKLIN SV-1 Glistening in its iconic white finish, this 1975 Bricklin SV-1 captures the spirit of innovation that marked its era. A limited production vehicle with only around 3,000 units ever built between 1974 and 1976, the Bricklin aimed to compete with the Corvette but with innovative safety features. This example, with its futuristic acrylic body panels and factory wheels, has an unmistakable style and stance that stays true to its creators' vision. Inside this Bricklin SV-1, a harmonious blend of
1975 BRICKLIN SV-1 1975 Bricklin SV-1 Malcolm Bricklin made his first million in hardware/plumbing supply franchising in Florida before he was 25. He followed that by starting Subaru of America and imported the Subaru 360. He left Subaru of America to build his own automobile; not a 'one-off', a kit or repli-car, but a production car; his own car company. The New Brunswick government put up the lion's share of the capital hoping to provide jobs at two plants in Minto and Saint John. Since the drivetrain, suspe