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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.
Chris Parnham in Derby  chrisparnham@live.co.uk  07502 143 433
Grey RHD Auto's  AXI 1698 & MGJ 126Y
BMW X1 4X4 Auto.
Mitsubishi Outlander Plug in 4X4
MG ZS EV Plug in (on order)
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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
Chris Parnham in Derby  chrisparnham@live.co.uk  07502 143 433
Grey RHD Auto's  AXI 1698 & MGJ 126Y
BMW X1 4X4 Auto.
Mitsubishi Outlander Plug in 4X4
MG ZS EV Plug in (on order)
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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.
Chris Parnham in Derby  chrisparnham@live.co.uk  07502 143 433
Grey RHD Auto's  AXI 1698 & MGJ 126Y
BMW X1 4X4 Auto.
Mitsubishi Outlander Plug in 4X4
MG ZS EV Plug in (on order)
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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
doc 370
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