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Raymanboy seems to have mellowed out since last time. Wonder if he's still got that dreadful blue "Rolls Royce"?

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1989-SKODA-ESTELL ... dZViewItemone for the Skoda boys. BTW, there's a bidding war for a turquoise Favorit in Austria. Up to £181.70 now with 3 days to go.http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1980-TALBOT-HORIZ ... dZViewItem92p with a day to go. Its in Hammersmith so for some of you, the tube ticket cost more than the car! http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Triumph-2000-MK2- ... dZViewItemlooks reasonablehttp://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Wartburg-1-3S-Cla ... dZViewItemShite-iest Shitehttp://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1998-PERODUA-NIPP ... dZViewItema replacement grommet would make this uneconomical to repair. :lol:http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1998-PERODUA-NIPP ... dZViewItemnuther one - probably make a good one out of the pair. If you wanted.http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/WOLSELEY-SIX-RED_ ... dZViewItemClassyhttp://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1999-TATA-GURKHA- ... dZViewItemdecimal point in the wrong place.

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Perodua Nippas aren't that bad! You could do a lot worse for a city car. Nice revvy engines, super lightweight, the build quality on them looks pretty good really. Interior is plastic and they look rubbish, but who cares! Would much rather have a Nippa than a base spec Corsa.I am betting in 10 years they will have the joint worst survival rate of any car ever in the UK, with zero on the road.

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Went passed the house with the early Manta in the garden, and no sign of the Lancia. Anyone know anything? :?

You're not my g/f in disguise are you? She always writes passed when she means past, and I hadn't seen anyone else do that till now. She's even got me doing it sometimes! :roll: Anyway, back to point - is this the Gamma that we were hoping to save? :?

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Chrysler-Le-Baron-Convertible-Gold_W0QQitemZ220142197754

 

I had an offer of £3000 on the car last year but didn't accept it as it was planned to use the car - we didnt think that was a lot then

I reduced this from £8500

For the full asking price which I want £3750

Buy it Now: £1,900

I have the original paint which if/when I locate it will give to the buyer - or the paint code.

Hurray!!!!

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That Rayton is absolutly fantastic :D Loving the series 1 BX rear lights..

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From one parts bin special to another. :D Where have I seen those Rayton door handles before??

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Where have I seen those Rayton door handles before??

Probably on several things - the one that immediately springs to mind though is the Lancia Y10 (only cos I've had two of them).Speaking of the Rayton - the current high bidder is Dutch and wants me to take the car to Harwich for him. :?

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He's just emailed me, actually, worried about how he's going to get the car into the country with no paperwork (erm, how about finding out about that before you bid? :roll: ). I told him to just drive it onto the ferry and off the other side - I've never been asked for a vehicle's registration documents when boarding or disembarking from a car ferry - and then sort out the paperwork when he gets it home. I don't know how registration works in the Netherlands though - is there an equivalent of a Q plate over there? If it was me I'd jsut carry on running it about on the Italian plates - a bit of a legal grey area, admittedly, but if the Poles and Lithuanians can get away with it, there's no reason why anyone else shouldn't.

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Haven't got a clue about the Q-thing, what's that? As long as the model is known to the RDW (DVLA) - ie sold here - it shouldn't be too much of a problem to get it registered I think...

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Haven't got a clue about the Q-thing, what's that? As long as the model is known to the RDW (DVLA) - ie sold here - it shouldn't be too much of a problem to get it registered I think...

Q-plate is basically a dumping ground for anything that doesn't meet the rules for normal age-related registrations, i.e. kit cars, homebuilt specials, cars built from bits of several other cars, etc. Pretty much anything, within reason, can be registered on a Q plate. Was the Rayton ever sold in the Netherlands then?

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