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Bloody Hell, that Lada's a bit expensive isn't it?! :shock:

He's got an 8 year old Niva for sale, granted on gas, but €6800! :shock:

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Presumably the GTI Eng. bodykit was optional. I'm not sure if there's more than one of those left, or it's just the same one that's been offered for sale a few times over the last couple of years. Whatever, I'd hit it.

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Presumably the GTI Eng. bodykit was optional. I'm not sure if there's more than one of those left, or it's just the same one that's been offered for sale a few times over the last couple of years. Whatever, I'd hit it.

thats been running around Fife for years now, they were sold as a complete package on a new car from GTi engineering. I have a few old CAR mags from the 80's with the advert in it. Must go up the attic and search for one!

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Presumably the GTI Eng. bodykit was optional. I'm not sure if there's more than one of those left, or it's just the same one that's been offered for sale a few times over the last couple of years. Whatever, I'd hit it.

thats been running around Fife for years now, they were sold as a complete package on a new car from GTi engineering. I have a few old CAR mags from the 80's with the advert in it. Must go up the attic and search for one!

Brochure and review scans here :)

They were offered through dealers, with 400 being ordered initially and the option of more if they sold well; I don't think they did and just the 400 were made. Engine was standard 'DX' lump from the Golf GTI and quicker Sciroccos so 112bhp and K-Jet injection. Suspension was dropped 30mm, white alloys and the grey stripe were standard as was the foglampped grille and bodykit.Inside was pretty plain with keep-fit windows and mirrors but it did have the quite nice trip computer.They weren't slow; 0-60 is in the high 8s I think and I guess the styling was bang on the money in the 80s. Quite pricey to say you didn't get any electrics or leather inside though.

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£2500 for a wreck of a late 1950s Chevy, with no running gear and rusted body panels? Thats a lot of money, even if its a minted banger racer wanting something unique for the 2009/2010 'Grand Final' or whatever the Essex one with the big prize money is called.

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someone obviously thought these mini van doors open inwards not outwards. D'oh!

 

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Being a seasoned MINI H8R, i am surprised to find myself thinking that that looked pretty ace before it was walloped.

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This is an appealing little machine, pretty rare I imagine.

 

its just had a new sill on the near side and the other side needs replacing (new sill included) and a small hole on inner sill thats it

I suspect that will mean 'needs sills/floorpans/inner wings/arches/chassis members/front panel' when you start prodding.

 

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Woo-hoo, its back!

 

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RELISTED DUE TO BUYER WANTING ME TO COMPLETE THE BUILD DON'T HAVE THE TIME TO DO THIS AND THIS IS WHY IT'S UP FOR SALE:- THE LACT OF TIME

Bollocks, you were shilling, just admit it man.

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Needs some work, but £600 BIN seems very reasonable for this Clam, tax exempt and with a great reg number. I'm sure I even recall seeing it in 1980's Peter Filby magazines.

 

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Woo-hoo, its back!

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1982-FORD-FIESTA-XR2-SILVER_W0QQitemZ220391179017

 

RELISTED DUE TO BUYER WANTING ME TO COMPLETE THE BUILD DON'T HAVE THE TIME TO DO THIS AND THIS IS WHY IT'S UP FOR SALE:- THE LACT OF TIME

Bollocks, you were shilling, just admit it man.
'Complete the build'??? Into what??

 

 

Already looks like its fully restored to me*

 

*into a waste skip, I presume that was the look he was going for..

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Looks a bit sorry for itself being parked on a heap of rubble, bet it would polish up nice tho.

That's a beauty! I'm finding it difficult to conceal my desire for slatty-grille Sierras lately and that one is brown of all things. I'd love to drive it around like a low-rent sales rep with my jacket hooked up in the back and going 90mph down the motorway (may be difficult). Out of the way Audi! Flick the high-beam on for a bit, that'll shift him.

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