This car was originally built for the GM of Beachwood Porsche. I purchased the car directly from him approximately a year later (June 2018). Absolutely perfect in every way. Solex carbs and under-dash Bluetooth head unit. Paint and engine are pristine. Check valve in the fuel overflow line so no gas smell with hard left turns. Barely any miles (km's) at all. Always stored indoors. Out of all of my cars, this one turns the most heads. Hate to see it go but I don't have the chance to drive it. These are the dealership pictures from when I purchased the car last summer. Title in hand. $32,000.  IMG_5605IMG_5407IMG_5420IMG_5419IMG_5421IMG_5422IMG_5423

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Here are a few more detailed pictures of the car. It is the upgraded 1915 engine. Everything is in perfect working order. The car comes with a car cover, tonneau cover, soft top, wired battery tender, Kenwood head unit with Bluetooth wired to the steering  column for hands free cell service. The leather is perfect and all seams and lines are even. Everything is as it should be.  IMG_8682IMG_8684IMG_8685IMG_8686IMG_8687IMG_8688IMG_8689IMG_8690IMG_8691IMG_8692IMG_8695IMG_8696IMG_8697IMG_8698IMG_8699IMG_8703IMG_8708

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Andrew Citerone posted:

This car was originally built for the GM of Beachwood Porsche. I purchased the car directly from him approximately a year later (June 2018). Absolutely perfect in every way. Solex carbs and under-dash Bluetooth head unit. Paint and engine are pristine. Check valve in the fuel overflow line so no gas smell with hard left turns. Barely any miles (km's) at all. Always stored indoors. Out of all of my cars, this one turns the most heads. Hate to see it go but I don't have the chance to drive it. These are the dealership pictures from when I purchased the car last summer. Title in hand. $32,000.  IMG_5605IMG_5407IMG_5420IMG_5419IMG_5421IMG_5422IMG_5423

Beautiful car! Can anyone shed some light on this bit?

"Check valve in the fuel overflow line"

I have the left-hand-turn spillage issue. I've tried repositioning the hose, to no avail, and would love to install a check valve to prevent this. Does anyod=ne have a part number and/or source for said check valve?

I can. What you need is a breather hose gas cap vent from an offroad motorcycle or ATV. Amazon has them for around $6. You can also install a check valve but it's not necessary. Roughly the same price. Install vent in the fuel runoff line that's in the passenger wheel well. No more gas smell. Takes 5 minutes.  

Andrew Citerone posted:

Good point. I actually just use a breather valve and not a check valve. Coupled with the vented gas cap,  no issues yet!

I've been using that valve for 5 years and haven't had an issue. The vented gas cap allows air into the tank not out of the tank because it would allow gas fumes into the atmosphere. If you haven't had an issue it's not because of the gas cap.

I spoke with Andrew today regarding his Vintage Speedster and it is, a super nice car at a great ready to drive price. If anyone who would be a serious buyer and like me to look at it in person and do a walk around I am just under an hour from Andrew.  I have to go through Bridgeport,  West Virginia this Saturday.

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