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Whats the most comically overpriced old car you can find on eBay? I nominate this 1994 Audi wagon, its tidy enough but it wants to be for 3 grand! Jun 1994 is a K-reg isnt it?

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1994-Audi-80-White_W0QQitemZ270271640100

Jun 94 makes it an L reg, still makes no difference, if anyone buys that there still gona be feeling the sellers wrist watch up their arse for years down the line after that 3 grand fisting!

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Feels a bit unfair to be putting it here as to be fair it is probably one of the nicest Datsun Zs in the country by the sounds of it, still it's just a seemingly normal car that has received a nice restoration, not some sub-1000 mile factory-fresh minter.

 

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1973 Datsun 240Z

 

Yours for £34,999.

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Just 2 Grand and you can have an 11 year old 50,000 mile three wheeled bargain: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1997-R-RELIANT-RO ... 286.c0.m14They have loads of other plastic bargains on eBay too, I've been to this garage and some of their prices even for the other bilge on offer are salty beyond belief. Who buys these three wheeled monstrosities for this kind of wonga?

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It takes a special kind of shitter to be overpriced at £500...

 

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no rust uva than the surface rust that has been sand off and now just needs paint

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Be perfect with a bit of paint, that... :?

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1988-FORD-ESCORT- ... 286.c0.m14

 

1.3L too... lovely...

It's got an out of balance clutch too!

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If we're going to be putting C&C ads on, I have to include this even though it isn't very old - from the advert and price I have no doubt the seller is batshit insane.

 

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2000 Toyota Corolla 1.4 GS Estate - £3800 Offers Invited (!)

 

"The car was owned by a Corolla enthusiast and therefore has been very well looked after. It has not been spoilt or abused with any silly aftermarket exhaust, body kit or alloy wheels."

 

"I have just bought some new alloy wheels for the car today"

 

"This car is a future Classic car, and collectors. It's an FUTURE ANTIQUE."

 

"I am in no rush to sell this car" - no shit!

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Feels a bit unfair to be putting it here as to be fair it is probably one of the nicest Datsun Zs in the country by the sounds of it, still it's just a seemingly normal car that has received a nice restoration, not some sub-1000 mile factory-fresh minter.

 

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1973 Datsun 240Z

 

Yours for £34,999.

I shall go and press my nose against the window of Dan Dan the Nissan mans recently bought out showroom (Dan Perkins) as its opposite where my teas coming from tonight - the Chicken Plaza, 4 hous on the bog beckons :lol:

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Feels a bit unfair to be putting it here as to be fair it is probably one of the nicest Datsun Zs in the country by the sounds of it, still it's just a seemingly normal car that has received a nice restoration, not some sub-1000 mile factory-fresh minter.

 

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1973 Datsun 240Z

 

Yours for £34,999.

I shall go and press my nose against the window of Dan Dan the Nissan mans recently bought out showroom (Dan Perkins) as its opposite where my teas coming from tonight - the Chicken Plaza, 4 hous on the bog beckons :lol:
I've laughed for many months now at the ludicrous price for that Zed.....

 

To think what you'd get in America for almost $70,000 - it's insanity, hell you'd get two NEW 350Z's for that bloody price!!!

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For sale in Holland, 1987 Citroën Axel (not even tax exempt), brakes don't work so no MOT, 3250 euros!!!

Bloody hell, that's more than it would have cost new, surely? :shock:
Almost, they were 6000 to 7000 euros new (well, we still had the oldfashioned guilders back then, so about 13 to 15000 of those).

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Isnt the Axel the same car as the Romanian Oltcit? Wonder how much one of those would be?

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Looks like a cross between the Visa and an FSO to me.

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