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RHD for sale
#1
https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1113859

Looks an interesting prospect, and tidy too.

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#2
Very early VIN, too.
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#3
I had a conversation with the owner of this car (Forbes) the other day. To be fair I thought he was looking for more for it than 40k
Chris
Membership Secretary DOC UK
2018's DeLorean event: http://deloreans.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?tid=5715
VIN#15768 Ex VIN#4584 1972 Bond Bug.
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#4
It looks great. I am surprised by the price tag. Guess he's wanting to shift it rather quickly
Michael Sutton - Brighouse, West Yorkshire
DOC 926
VIN 4400
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#5
Car now sold (too cheap in my opinion) and now on its way to Oz.
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#6
How much was he asking for it?
Dermot
ex-Dunmurryite
vin 2743
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#7
Advertised I believe at £40k.....but being a very low mileage, RHD, early car. I think he could have done better than that...... 

I know he'd had it a long time, so it doubtless showed him a good profit......but I somehow doubt it reached its full potential.  Undecided
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#8
If you want to guarantee your car will sell, send it to me to put in the magazine. It'll sell riiiight on the day the mag goes to print...
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#9
Hi

this vin 570 was not an original RHD car...in fact i think Pjgrady rebuilt a fairly rough car and converted it...

its listed on their website.
Steve Saunders
Wolverhampton
ex owner vin 1621
doc 370
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#10
Still cheap for a RHD...its a costly job to convert one.....what is an original one? I prefer the use of 'Factory authorised'.

Later conversions can be worth as nearly as much. Providing they are done properly, and most have.
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#11
(04 Aug 2019, 07:28)Chris P Wrote: Still cheap for a RHD...its a costly job to convert one.....what is an original one?  I prefer the use of 'Factory authorised'.  

Later conversions can be worth as nearly as much. Providing they are done properly, and most have.

hi

true although would say 'original-there has been many debates lol' is a good 25% more......i would want a Wooler Hodec car if i could (or your MGJ car, or Spy 100 of course!)

next best was a car like the Wales car...converted early 80's by the ex worker of Wooler.

Although at present i would settle for any Delorean, even  bag of parts like the latest BHCC car....that is some serious frame rust, and i dont think even the frame is salvageable.

that makes it a costly repair.......
Steve Saunders
Wolverhampton
ex owner vin 1621
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#12
        Right folks,

I have decided to sell one of my RHD cars...the one I bought in 1999. ....AXI 1698.

It's still only covered 12,800 miles from new. It's been MOT'd and run just a few hundred miles every year. Hopefully it will be at the NEC in November, if not sold before.

With good LHD's making 35K and this being one of only 3 grey interior RHD cars, used and registered by the factory, I am wanting close to £60K.


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#13
                         
 We were invited to display the car at Buckingham Palace in 2016, for the Queens official birthday celebrations....
So this Delorean is also by "Royal Appointment"!      [attachment=630] some more photo's.

Wearing its USA style rear lights on this occasion.  All DeLoreans are Special.....this one is Extra Special!


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        [attachment=637]     I'll continue to stick a few photo's on here of AXI 1698.

 I've Just realised that having owned over 150 cars in the last 53 years....this is longest I've ever kept any car.

The second picture showing its Euro-spec rear lights (Rubberlites) with the hand made surrounds by Bill Towns, the designer of the AML Logonda .....another one of his greatest creations!
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#15
            [attachment=641]     [attachment=641]

Ive been looking through my photo's of AXI 1698...here are a few more taken by John Colley, here in Derby.

Unfortunately his interior shots are too big to post.


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