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Author:  rich@minispares.com [ Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:14 pm ]
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Andrew1967 wrote:

C or D reg Steve ?


lets have a little competition on what this car will sell for (hammer price)

i reckon 6-8 grand

Author:  mk1 [ Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:16 pm ]
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I reckon you are absolutely on the button. Certainly no less than £6,000

Author:  Andrew1967 [ Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:30 pm ]
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10k

Not that I'd pay it !!

Author:  Hipwell [ Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:19 pm ]
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Gut said £6k, but its been well advertised, two happy bidders and 10-12k no problem, not that it can be worth that!?

Author:  steve1071 [ Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:31 pm ]
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Andrew1967 wrote:
Not that Rich needs much ammo to take the piss :lol:

What show was the company from ?

C or D reg Steve ?


C reg from North Yorks. Cameraman said it will probably be called Bangers and Cash. Not a resto show, more about the find and auction sale. Low budget if they’ll put up with my mug on there.

Auction house reckons £4K, personally think it will be double that.

Author:  Pete [ Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:26 am ]
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What was the trim like? Clocks? Engine? ( I presume totally fused!!), 333 box?. If it has its chassis number it has to be north of £10K even if the shell is totally gone, most probably well into the teens. Not often you will see a Surf Blue Mk1 S for sale and rotbox projects like this always go for more than they're worth in bits mainly because it's a blank (crispy!) canvas , it's an original car not some iffy restoration, (even if it won't be very original once it's been restored) and to many its the only way in to Mk1 S ownership nowdays unless you have a spare £40K+ in ready cash and prepared to drive all over the country for a couple of years looking for a decent Mk1 S with any kind of provenance. Plus as mentioned already, unlike a few years go, you can now get a "Mk1" shell straight off the shelf.

BUT : Unless the seller has some pretty old paperwork for it it'll lose it's number plate and if there's literally no chassis number or body number...then it's worth the value of the parts.

Author:  Andrew1967 [ Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:24 am ]
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Pete wrote:

BUT : ....... if there's literally no chassis number or body number...then it's worth the value of the parts.



Unless someone, and I'm thinking a certain Norfolk Ringer, has a logbook for such a vehicle :shock: :roll:

Author:  steve1071 [ Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:47 pm ]
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All the trim’s there but not sure much will save. The brocade felt rotten. It must have been pretty wet inside, even the heater front plate is rotten.

I’ve got a few pics but can’t seem to load them.

Author:  steve1071 [ Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:59 pm ]
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Interior

Author:  steve1071 [ Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:01 pm ]
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Nice optional oil cooler

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