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Although I'm not keen on the late 80's pastel colours and grafics, I think that Panhard carries of the Pro-street look pretty well. I think it'd be better as a coupe done in a straight, period metallic colour and with the original brighwork retained.

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Heres this mad jock feller with the Chrysler 180, price is now £992.11 (was £1800 last time), bit steep seeing as it needs welding and brakes for its test!

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1978-CHRYSLER-2-LITRE-AUTO-BRONZE_W0QQitemZ330289627020

 

plus, he got it by swapping it for a red one he bought off the bay for £200.

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Heres this mad jock feller with the Chrysler 180, price is now £992.11 (was £1800 last time), bit steep seeing as it needs welding and brakes for its test!

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1978-CHRYSLER-2-LITRE-AUTO-BRONZE_W0QQitemZ330289627020

 

plus, he got it by swapping it for a red one he bought off the bay for £200.

Nice 70s stylee soft focussing - did he put Vaseline on the lens?

 

GR8 4 HIDIN GROT :D

 

Mark.

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The idea of an Autoshite swingers week sounded vaguely appealing, but imagine the disappointments that could ensue, car keys in the bowl, but instead of that nice Lancia Gamma Berline you end up with a Chrysler PT Cruiser (and that "lady" - I'm sure her name used to be Jean-Claude when he used to play on the wing for Tolouse)Posted Image

i thought she played hooker :lol::lol:

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Just to let y'all know.. I'll be bidding enthusiastically on this shitheap to help fix the similar shitheap I already have. :lol:

 

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Hopefully this one will yield a nicer interior for you and tempt you to do an all out restoration..... go on!!

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I am hoping for some decent interior bits but I can't help but think it's unlikely. The interiors don't seem to be all that durable. I could do with quite a few other parts from it which are likely to be okay though.

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1976-LEYLAND-CARS ... 240%3A1318

 

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Steep for an auto mini that needs a bit of resto, but posted up simply for the colour and its interior

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1981-AUSTIN-ALLEG ... 240%3A1318

 

Not seen many with the quad lamps

 

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4-litre petrol :twisted:

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1963-Morris-FG-re ... 240%3A1318

 

It has a hand-operated crane and a winch powered by a Mini engine

Both the engines need work as the mini engine is also partly dismantled.

 

Get your own back on the scene Mini mob by robbing one for its engine to make this gentleman work once again

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I was investigating the chances that I could view, collect and find room for this - but it's looking unlikely. Looks bargain-tastic to me - Series 1, GTX (so 2.2), manual. Ace colour inside and out.

 

With a £50 BIN I guess someone is most likely to pick it up for scrap - or have the prices dropped even lower now?

 

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That RENNA vingt-cinq is a mega bargain, I would love it! quelle surprise that its in fuggin Devon though, meaning a £100+ touch just to get the damn thing back to the workshop. Even £150 is not a rip off like, but the real cost is £150, plus a day off work, plus loads of fannying about, plus a day suffering the 'churning stomach' feeling I always get before embarking on an A-frame mission.I hope it finds a good home!

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