Facel Vega II

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  • Outstanding, elegant design
  • Powerful Chrysler V8 engine
  • Only 184 built

The Facel Vega II

The Facel Vega II was presented to the world in October 1961 in Paris. Compared to its predecessor, the Facel Vega HK 500, the Facel Vega II appeared much more modern, which was probably due to its dynamic design and low beltline. Only 184 examples of the car were produced between 1961 and 1964. Besides the elegant design, which even convinced Pablo Picasso, the extraordinary performance of the Facel II was remarkable: With the 6.3 litre Chrysler V8 engine in combination with the Chrysler TorqueFlite automatic transmission, the car had a powerful 355 hp and reached a top speed of 140 mph. This made the Facel quite competitive with its competitors from Farrari, Iso or Maserati and for a long time it was considered the fastest 4-seater coupé in the world.

Details I

This Facel II was first registered in the USA in 1963 in the colour combination silver/black. After many years in the original ownership, the car was purchased by Mr. Ross with only 23,000 miles. He had the Facel restored with great attention to detail by the Spalding company in California and changed the colour combination to elegant "facel bleu - leather magnolia" and provided the car with its beautiful spoke rims by Borani.

Details II

Later, the car was acquired by a Hamburg doctor in 2018 from the classic car specialist Cooper Classic in New York. Shortly after importation, the Facel was taken to Holland's top address Amicale Facel to receive the final touches. Today, the vehicle is in great condition and ready for immediate use.

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Data & Facts

First Registration1963


TransmissionAutomatik Torque Fleet

Weightapprox. 1.880 kg


Power6.286 cc / approx. 355 hp

BrakesDisc brakes

Top Speedapprox. 140 mph

Priceon request

DocumentsGerman registration

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