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How rare are these? Just the guy behind me with the XM has an E reg one in green! Road legal too :)

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Very-rare-1964-Citroen-Ami-6-Berline-Saloon_W0QQitemZ140297230205QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAutomobiles

 

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Ami 6's were the best selling cars in France for 2 or 3 years in the 60's. There's probably only 15-20 over here, saloons & estates.

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Although the rules probably get bent 9 times out of 10 I am less against this practice in the case of old Mini ID because theoretically it could still find its way onto a brand new unstamped heritage shell even if none of the major components do as per dvla stipulation, nonetheless it is in danger of getting out of hand causing the govt to end free classic tax.not so in the case of mk2 Escorts where to the best of my knowledge it is neither possible to buy new shells nor all the panels to make one. vehicle ringing is openly discussed and sometimes encouraged on the ford forums, and they wonder why their motors get stolen.

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:shock::shock::shock::shock::shock:

 

I owned one of these - same spec 1500 auto, no picnic tables but more of a burgandy....

 

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At the same time as one of these same colour, but 1.4 same year...

 

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And now the owner the AX in the background!

 

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The sports hatch is a fine piece of kit btw, the odd mark consumerate with being nearly 30 years old, but has some go in it!

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Super rare Courier van.

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=270331501127

 

"Back in the hot summer of 1976 my Dad was building the house my Mum currently lives in. He had brought the Hearld from a friend who had it from new as a run around for her, whilst borrowing it to get supplies he drove it onto the rubble drive and managed to pierce the petrol tank. He pushed the Triumph onto the concrete foundations of what was going to be the garage and there she has rested ever since."

 

 

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Heart says yes, head says SUICIDE

You'd need to be very brave with this exotic super shite. This one must have been on ebay for about 6 months now. There was a piece by Martin Buckley in C & S where he bought a dog 130 Coupe in blue and quickly regretted it, flogging it a short while after. Wondering if this could be the same car. They're certainly gorgeous though.

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